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Picture of Me: Who I Am in 221 Questionsby Kate Marshall and David Marshall
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Many women love the idea of leading a more creative life, but donand#8217;t know where to begin. With Art Doodle Love, art journal expert Dawn DeVries Sokol provides the perfect jump start: an interactive fill-in book of prompts that will motivate women to and#147;discoverand#8221; themselves and their inner creative goddesses. Loosely inspired by Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbertand#8217;s memoir of self-discovery, Art Doodle Love overflows with colorful pages for recording thoughts and collecting ideas, as well as venting, soul-searching, and documenting everyday life. By following the insightful prompts, the journal keeper develops her artistic skills, gains confidence in her natural creativity, and learns about herself through self-reflection.
Praise for Art Doodle Love:
and#147;The author offers readers art journaling supply recommendations, then eases them into doodling and documenting on pages that have been prepped with vibrant and inspiring background.and#8221; and#160;and#151;Grand Rapid Press and Kalamazoo Gazette
Picture of Me offers an engaging way to answer life's most basic question: Who am I? Fill in these entertaining, thought-provoking prompts to celebrate who you are, where you are in life, and all the things that make you unique. Whether marking a milestone birthday, graduation, life transition, or just for fun, Picture of Me is a delightful way to capture the essence of YOU.
As adults, weve learned to represent ourselves in a manner thats pleasing to others—no gaffes, bits of weirdness, or embarrassing moments. But that leaves us very little space to speak our own truths freely, beyond how they might be viewed by others. Burn After Writing challenges you to answer the question: How honest can you really be with only you watching?
This secret diary” for proper grown-ups pushes the limits, flirts with fears, and challenges you to play a game of Truth or Dare with yourself. In a society where share” is everything, Burn After Writing goes against the grain and encourages you to share” nothing!
Picture of Me offers an engaging way to answer lifes most basic question: “Who am I?” Fill in these entertaining, thought-provoking prompts to celebrate who you are, where you are in life, and all the things that make you unique. Whether marking a milestone birthday, graduation, life transition, or just for fun, Picture of Me is a delightful way to capture the essence of YOU.
About the Author
KATE MARSHALL and DAVID MARSHALL also authored The Book of Myself: A Do-It-Yourself Autobiography in 201 Questions, The Book of Us: A Journal of Your Love Story in 150 Questions, Words to Live By: A Journal of Wisdom for Someone You Love, and What I Love About You. They have both worked in marketing and publishing and live in Moraga, California.
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