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  • Funny, relateable and inspiring

    This book reminds me of when I was in high school, and talking to people via dial up bbs systems before the internet was a thing. I also consider myself a casual gamer (mind you I suck at newer platform games and never played everyday or wow, but played city of villains/Heroes for a while. I do love playing fallout though). This book is inspiring for anyone who understands creative blocks, or thinks their own creative works aren't worth the time and effort. As a Crafter, the creative blocks can hit hard. After reading this book, I've found a wanting to getting back to creating my own YouTube content again, after it being stagnant for a few years.

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  • Felicia Day's Life & How To Find Help

    A facinating view of Felicia Day's Life. From her home schooling, university life, trying to make it in Hollywood, addictions and health problems to the successful gamer, TV show and Internet show star she is now. She concentrates on the positive and the negative in her life to help people work out their own lives. If you are wondering about her love life, this is not the book for you! She references her boyfriend in not allowing her to do something, or encouraging her to do things, but doesn't even give him a fake name.

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  • Great read!

    Great read insight in to Felicia's struggles through her life and how she's overcome them. Definitely will recommend this book

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  • Fantastically funny, even if you don't speak geek!

    You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) is like a trip to Versailles – that famous French palace with a hall full of mirrors – where all the mirrors are windows into Felicia Day’s life. The widely proclaimed “Queen of the Geeks” – a title she tries not to lay claim to – is fantastically funny, and comes across as an old friend filling you in on life after a long time apart. I’ve always been a big fan of memoirs – and this is one that I’ve been really excited about – so I pre-ordered it and read it in basically one sitting when it arrived. The little anecdotes from people’s childhood, teenage, and college years are usually hilarious, and the struggles that the authors face in their early adulthood are full of universal self-identification. For me, the self-identification goes back to Felicia’s childhood, growing up homeschooled. Although mine was not nearly as isolated as hers, the imagination growth and creativity flow were always at an all-time high. The way Felicia bares it all about her early adulthood struggles really impressed and inspired me. At a time when no one was internet famous, she forged new paths and created a world no one else could have imagined. It was revolutionary to say the least: putting a show on the internet and then having it become this great big thing. When I discovered The Guild a couple years ago, it was (and is STILL!) a huge deal. And don’t worry; despite all the ‘geek talk’ in the book, Felicia really takes the time to make everything understandable to even the most un-geek reader. You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) is most definitely a home-run in the memoir category. Felicia Day’s personality just oozes out in the writing, and if you’ve ever seen one of her videos, you’ll probably even read the whole book in her voice like I did. Definitely a five star read. HHC Rating: 5 Stars Find more reviews like this one at www.highlightsandhotchocolate.com

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  • You are never weird on the internet

    I do not know about you are never weird on the internet can you tell me everything in you are never weird on the internet what is you are never weird on the internet & who is Felicia day But you are never weird on the internet By who

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