Felicia Day's memoir is praised for being an 'illuminating and frank' look at injustice and insecurity. BoingBoing does a deep dive into the book, which released today.
As some may have heard, Joss Whedon himself does the foreword for the memoir. If you want a brief taste of what he says, here's an excerpt...
I have personal heroes, and Felicia Day is one of them. She's kind and loyal and funny and weird - but that describes a lot of my friends. She's pretty and I want to touch her hair - but that describes, sadly, almost all of my friends, including the lads. But Felicia has something few of us do. She's fierce. She's more than a self-made woman - I sometimes think she's not a human woman, that she willed herself into existence, before willing the world to make a place for this new, unfathomable creation...
August 11 2015
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