You’re Never Weird On The Internet (almost) is Felicia Day’s humorous memoir. If you are unfamiliar with Day, she is an actress, writer, a pioneer in online entertainment (not that kind!), and the self professed “Queen of the Geeks”. Her memoir covers everything from her homeschooled childhood, whence she and her brother seemed to play and read, for the most part, her introduction to the online gaming world, her invisible illnesses, her anxieties, her foray into the creation of the hugely popular online web series The Guild, her addiction to online gaming, her success on TV in commercials and TV shows, including Buffy and Supernatural. This book is written much as Day speaks – quirky, funny, self-deprecating. She is so infinitely relatable, and fans of hers will hear her slightly lisping voice in their heads as they read. I recommend this book to anyone with a passing interest in Internet history, as well as any reader who has ever felt out of place, weird, unsure… which, face it, is pretty much all of us at one point or another. 272 pages.
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