Wil Wheaton may be one of the most unusual celebrities of our time. Born into stardom with the movie "Stand By Me", and then growing up on television as Wesley Crusher on "Star Trek: The Next Generation", Wil was in the spotlight nearly his entire childhood. Instead of burning out as a child star, he left fame behind and became a computer specialist in what Hollywood might consider the middle of nowhere: Topeka, Kansas.
Now, Wil considers himself "just a geek", and both Dancing Barefoot and Just a Geek are about his journey in rediscovering himself and coming to terms with what it means to be famous, or, ironically, famous for being previously famous.
"If you are a fan of Wil Wheaton, Star Trek or are intrigued by Wils geekdom, then this book will appeal directly to you. This is a great book which will keep you laughing, crying and cringing in just the right doses."
--Andy Hodgson, GamesTek
"It is an unabashedly honest (and often hilarious) account of one mans journey from struggling and extremely insecure actor to confident and content writer...I devoured this book in about a day and enjoyed every minute of it. Wheaton has lots of very good and important things to say about acting, blogging, and celebrity, but there is also plenty of humor to keep things rolling. Definitely recommended."
--Kate Kintail, Utter Randomonium