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Finish This Book

While I love reading, I truly love a book that inspires creativity and Keri Smith ignites the spark in Finish This book. It’s a progressive book where the reader explores the world of imagination.

Immediately the reader is told, “Complete this book in order. Do not skip ahead (unless instructed to). “

 Finish This Book  belongs in Neverland. It’s a book that finds the child within and holds her hand with observations, notes, secret codes and the opportunity to do what Mom told you never to do–write in the book.

Initially, I thought this book would be perfect for my Zac, however, once I peeked inside it became mind. I loved that I don’t have to be amazingly talented, just follow the directions.

This book is fun. It has me as the co-author to Keri Smith. It also has be in disguise as a secret agent learning to document and investigate. Whether my task is to draw in the book or watch people and write backgrounds for them. If I fail to meet the task, I must pass the book along to someone who can. Game on! I say!

Hitting the bookshelves on September 6, Smith’s premise for this book is for the read to “complete a manuscript “found” under mysterious circumstances. Each reader determines their own direction the story will take through writing, drawing, pasting, cutting and creating. In the end, it’s a lesson on embracing the unexpected.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it is to:

*Perform bibliomancy (pick words from a random book and collage them into new work)

*Create an alter-ego

*Write short histories of favorite subjects

It’s all amazing fun and something that everyone should try! 

Keri Smith is the author of Wreck This JournalHow to Be an Explorer of the WorldMess and This Is Not a BookFor more information go to


*I received a copy of Finish This Book from Pegnuingroup in order to facilitate an honest review. The opinions, where expressed, are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experiences may vary. 
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