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You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day + Represent Charity Campaign

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Rating- 5/5 stars

Publisher- Touchstone

Pages- 272 (Hardcover)

This was my most anticipated memoir of the year because Felicia Day. That woman is amazing and I love what she stands for for all the geek and nerd girls around the world. 740 more words


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Mal: Now I got to know how close the Alliance is, exactly how much you told them before Wash scrambled your call. So, I’ve given Jayne here the job of finding out.

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Guardian of Voracious Viewers

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