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Find Me I'm Yours by Hilary Carlip
Genre: New Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Romance
"If you believe in destiny like I do, and you think there's even a remote possibility we're meant to be together, then find me I'm yours." -- Mr. WTF
In one sentence -- one serendipitous moment -- everything Mags Marclay, an offbeat, wry, 24-year-old struggling artist living in L.A., has ever known is forever changed as she is led on a treasure hunt to find her soul mate.
Find Me I'm Yours is a highly entertaining, unconventional virtual page-turner. Become immersed in Mags's world through original artwork, hand-written lists, graphics, and Instagram photos within the book. You can go even deeper into the Find Me I'm Yours universe by clicking on embedded links leading to interactive content that's expertly woven through the novel, including:
Original rom-com style VIDEOS that star the handsome stranger Mags dubs "Mr. WTF," who gives clues to the hunt.
Thirty-three unique, custom-designed WEBSITES that further the narrative, blur the lines between fiction and reality, and offer endless ways for you to enjoy additional original content, including reality and comedy series featuring A-list talent.
OPPORTUNITIES for you to share your own content (artwork, stories, songs, apologies, wishes, etc.), interact, connect, and personally engage with the story.
This revolutionary CLICK LIT® novel was conceived from the get-go as an ever-expanding, multi-platform entertainment experience. Created, written, and designed by award-winning author, artist, and digital innovator Hillary Carlip, and co-created, directed, and produced by Golden Globe-winning and Emmy-nominated TV comedy writer/producer/director Maxine Lapiduss, Find Me I’m Yours is a game changer in the way that stories are told and experienced.
Find Me I'm Yours is the fifth book written by best-selling, award-winning author Hillary Carlip (À la Cart: The Secret Lives of Grocery Shoppers, Queen of the Oddballs: And Other True Stores From a Life Unaccording to Plan, Zine Scene, Girl Power: Young Women Speak Out). As a visual artist, her work has been sold in galleries and shown alongside Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst in a five-city museum exhibit. Hillary has been creating content, websites, and news in the digital space since 1999. The New York Times declared, "Ms. Carlip's curriculum vitae reads like a CliffsNotes version of American Popular culture," and the Chicago Tribune called Hillary, "Gloriously idiosyncratic."
I found this to be a really unique read. I had never read any interactive books before. So I found this to be really interesting. I really liked all of the artwork and the websites throughout the book and I really thought that they added a lot to the story. I have a hard time picturing characters and scenery so this made the book a bit easier to read for me since I could now picture what Mags was talking about. I found the plot to be rather engrossing. There were a lot of points in the plot that I didn't see coming, and it kept me turning the page. Overall I thought it was a very good book. So if you're looking for a unique read, I would definitely suggest picking this one up!