Book Review: A Writer’s Bucket List by Dana Sitar


A Writer's Bucket List picDisclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for a review.

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What I liked about this book: Pretty much everything.

This is a really easy, quick read (especially if you’re evidently an . . . abnormally fast reader? *had no idea until a couple years ago*).

And there is a lot of good advice. What I was most surprised by, though, was how many things on the bucket list I’d already completed.

Especially how many I’d already completed before I turned 20, lol.

What I found this book to be: A refreshing, inspiring list of things to revitalize your creativity.

If you’re curious about which items I haven’t completed, here’s the numbers (but you’ll have to read the book to find out what it is 😉 ):

#7

#11, #15

#22, #26

#29 – I ALMOST did something like this. Ask me about my feelings on cosmetics if you want to know more. Or keep an eye out for my blog post on Feb 21st.

#30, #33, #34, #35, #38

#40 – this one is imminent, though. It will probably happen in the next week or so.

#42, #43

#46 – hopefully imminent as well! See this post for more info.

#51, #53, #54, #55, #56

#57 – refer to #46

#59

#61, #62, #63

#64 – This one is in progress!

#65, #69

#70, #77, #78, #79

#81, #82, #83

#84 – also in progress

#86, #88

#91

#93 – I’ll be honest, this one is never going to happen. Unless we get up-rooted for some reason.

#95, #96, #99

This is a total of 43 items that I haven’t done on the Bucket List.

That means I’ve already completed FIFTY-SIX items. I . . . am in awe.

But seriously, everyone needs to read this book. Especially if you’re a creative person.

 

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