Her book is a delightful read with some wonderfully funny insights and advice. I loved it as much as I do Felicia's quirky character, Charlie, on Supernatural. And I related to it, too. Like when she writes in her introduction:
"The heart of my story is that the world opened up for me once I decided to embrace who I am--unapologetically. My story demonstrates that there's no better time in history to have a dream and be able to reach an audience with your art. Or just be as weird as you want to be and not have to be ashamed."Don't you love that?
I also love this little bon mot: Knowing yourself is life's eternal homework.
Day's honest and funny biography made me smile and totally brightened up an otherwise cold and gray winter day. And isn't that the best kind of book of all?