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Making Your Own Magic

This past summer, I listened to the audiobook version of Felicia Day’s memoir, You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost). Listened, rather than read, because I saw her in person on a panel at Denver ComicCon and thought she was a delightful and engaging speaker. 409 more words


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

As an aspiring writer (because I can’t actually remember the last time I wrote something that I completely came up with on my own), I am aware of how hard the conversational, stream-of-consciousness writing style is. 1,320 more words

Extorting Bibliophilia

The Guild (2007-2013)

Sitting down to watch this after a few years, it was a welcome re-watch of the series, one which only lasted six seasons and all a joy to watch. 583 more words


You're Never Weird On The Internet (Almost)

“On average, a random person on the street won’t know my work, but there are certain places where I’m a superstar, like San Diego Comic-Con, and… other places like San Diego Comic-Con.”

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Sort of How I Spent My Summer

It turned out that I got quite a bit read this summer. John Scalzi’s The Last Colony, two of Stross’s Laundry Files books, a manual on the Steampunk movement, re-read The Magicians, Daniel Abraham’s splendid closer to the Dagger and Coin series, and a re-read of Roger Zelazny’s Lord of Light (that’s practically an annual thing). 93 more words

Romancing The Duke, Castles Ever After #1, by Tessa Dare Vaginal Fantasy book club main read for September

Romancing The Duke, Castles Ever After book one, written by Tessa Dare is a historical romance novel that was published in 2014 and is Vaginal Fantasy book clubs main read for the month of September. 395 more words


Book Review #96 - You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), by Felicia Day

Hello guys!

Here’s my review for You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), by the lovely Felicia Day.

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