KateKintail: Avid BookCrosser (katekintailbc) wrote,
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You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day

You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)
You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)
by Felicia Day


Loved it. Loved it. Loved it. I could relate to some things, as a girl geek. I was fascinated and entertained by stories Felicia so intimately and eloquently shared. And one of the last chapters made me tear up several times. I first saw Felicia in Buffy, so I was a little disappointed that wasn't in the book more, but I understand that wasn't the overall point of the book. This book was about Felicia carving a place for herself (and her fellow geeks) on the Internet. She makes it look so easy. Get noticed by Joss Whedon, star in a few things, make a web series about gamers, then start a geek channel on YouTube. Simple. Hahahaha! Not remotely simple. Felicia's drive for/expectation of perfection was something I could understand. But her braveness in the face of some really scary trailblazing was amazing and inspiring.

Felicia amazes me so much more now. I loved her honesty. I found her so inspiring. You go, Felicia Day! Thank you for your amazing book. I can't wait to wait to finish the rest of the Guild now. And I'll always love her Flog and other content on Geek & Sundry. I can't wait to see what she creates next!
Tags: author: d, book review, genre: memoir, title: y

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