I was in Barnes & Noble recently and I found Bruce Campbell's autobiography If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor (I know that I mentioned this is an earlier post, but it deserves a full entry).
So yeah, anyway, it's a really awesome book. Basically, it's a good behind the scenes look at the film and television industry and gives you the impression that Bruce Campbell really is a good guy. Truth be told, I grabbed the thing because I'm a pretty big fan of the guy's work and turned out to really enjoy reading the book. It's got a good colloquial feel to it and I was able to get through it in two sittings (long sittings because I read slowly, but two nonetheless). Sadly, it's been rather a while since I last finished a book, but I guess that's kind of a testament to how much I enjoyed this book.
So yeah, I highly recommend this book for any Bruce Campbell fan, B movie fan, Sam Raimi fan, film buff or anyone else looking for a good read.