This is my favourite book in this post. Filled with an infinite amount of questions (or it seems like it, anyway) you can't be bored with this around. What I like most about this book is that this edition is specifically aimed at teenagers so all of the questions are relevant and there aren't any annoying ones that you have to skip, like... questions about mortgages. Or something.
Maybe don't burn it after writing, though. It's far too pretty a book to do that.
And, of course, I couldn't leave out the version aimed at adults. I'm pretty sure you're not all teenagers, right? I haven't written in this one (I
I also like how you can tell the two books go together, and they look much brighter in real life! The covers feel nice, too. It might be worth going to your nearest bookshop just so you can go and stroke it.
Aaaand I think I'll stop there. If you like answering questions, you'll like this book. Moving on.
This book is a goldmine of writing prompts and, trust me, they're about anything and everything. For example:
"You love to eat Belgian waffles. You cover them in sticky syrup and stuff them in your mouth. Your mother tells you that if you keep eating Belgian waffles for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you will turn into one. Then one day you do."
Don't even try to pretend that doesn't sound awesome.
Everyone knows who Keri Smith is. She is, pretty much, the Queen of Creative Books, so it's only right that I include one of her books in this series of posts for the third time.
Unlike Wreck This Journal and The Pocket Scavenger, Finish This Book (or... Fnish Ths Bk) is more geared towards writing, and includes secret writing missions. Shh. That's all I can say right now.
It's Keri Smith. You don't need me to tell you it's good.
I like making lists, as you can probably tell by the fact that, y'know, this is a list itself. Luckily, every single page asks you to create a list, for example:
"List your favourite songs" or "List the best gifts you've ever received."
Not only that, but each page features a cute (and, I guess you could say, 'hipster') illustration that relates to the list.
It's your life in lists, which sounds pretty damn good, to me. I mean, I used to start writing my Christmas wishlist in May just because I liked writing lists so much. I know.
Do you have any recommendations to add?