After some somewhat "meh" biographies, I've hit upon one that really impressed me - not to mention, completely changed my first impression of Jane that I got when I started! I went from cringing at the overdramatic, pretentious teenaged Jane to sympathizing and appreciating her candor and honesty.
Not the funniest book and still not as good as Tina Fey's Bossypants, but Lynch's "Happy Accidents" is an insightful, endearing, brutally honest book that warmed my heart and makes me want to watch everything she's been in.
Recommended for fans of Jane Lynch (duh), Glee, and any young gay or lesbian or ally. Hell, just let me leave it at "recommended".