I also started and finished Bossypants by Tina Fey. Fun, lite reading. If you enjoy her and her humor, you'll probably enjoy this book. It's a digest biography, with anecdotal tidbits about growing up, her time in improv and on SNL, and eventually 30 Rock, and of course, her version of Sarah Palin for SNL during the presidential race. Nothing earth-shattering here. It'd be a good vacation book for some entertainment. (And for the record, I did find it a funny book. I do enjoy her type of humor, so it wasn't a reach for me to be entertained by it.)
And finally, Fever 1793. I didn't realize when I queued this book up that it was a Young Adult fiction book. But that's okay, because it was a good read no matter what audience. (Yes, it would have been even better for me expanded into an adult-length book, but again... well-written is well-written.) Set in Philadelphia during the 1793 yellow fever epidemic, this gives a great overview of the history of the time period, seen through the eyes of 14-year-old Mattie, who lives through the fever. The storyline is interesting, the characters are nicely developed for the length of the book, and the author does a stellar job giving a glimpse into the time period as well. She also finishes the book up with a great Q&A informational section about historical figures, the city of Philadelphia at the time, medicine and disease. This would be a great book for homeschoolers working on an early American History module.
Next up, is Seance' in Sepia - which is technically the week-10 book, but I'll have to go back and pick up week 4's when it is available, so I'm getting a little bit ahead.