Actress, founder of Geek & Sundry, all round queen of the nerds, oh, and author. Is there nothing Felicia Day can’t do?
Felicia Day unveils her memoirs in book stores and on digital platforms as of tomorrow, if you’re in the U.S. Meanwhile us unlucky folk in the U.K. must log off of the internet for a whole two days until the 13th of August to avoid spoilers. Aptly titled You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) the book delves into Day’s awkward upbringing, home schooling and isolated childhood – her move to hollywood in search of fame and fortune as an actress – and her journey into the world of web content, video gaming, and the creation of Geek & Sundry, one of the world’s leading online communities.
You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) hits book shops just in time for my annual two weeks off-grid (also known as a fortnight’s holiday on the remote French coast with no internet, barely any mobile phone reception and no TV), so expect a review upon my return.
Order your copy or find out where to buy You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) at feliciadaybook.com.