Review: Book: Fill Me In- Touchstone Self-Help


Title: Fill Me In

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Touchstone Self-Help

Publisher: Atria Books

Genre: Journal

Page Count: 128 Pages

ISBN: 978-1501194795

Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Fill Me In

Link to Goodreads: N/A

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Picture this—it’s Saturday night, and you and your friends are sitting around asking the important questions: What’s your future Real Housewives tagline? What would your dating profile say if it were 100% honest? How do you hope to change in the next three to five years? You can answer all this and more in Fill Me In, part journal, part game, uniquely designed for friends and for fans of Wreck This Journal and Cards Against Humanity.

Your twenties and early thirties come with landmark moments—graduating college, moving to new places, starting new jobs, and finding the perfect people to spend your time with. Now, with Fill Me In, you can capture and preserve those memories—and make predictions for the future.

Filled with questions that range from the thought-provoking to the silly, and complete with illustrations from Jo Harrison (including a coloring book page!), Fill Me In is a clever, irreverent, and fun keepsake for millennials and friends. It’s all the games of MASH you played as a kid rolled up in book form. Whether you complete it in one session or spread it out over months, this journal is a great way to bond with your best friends—and even get to know them a little better.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I used this book with my own personal journal. IT made me think of my life as a whole and back to moments both good and bad, but it helped me see and deal with a few things. That made this book really useful to me. I like all the page templates and activities. It was a lot of fun.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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