I received this book free from Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest book review.
I have been searching for a good Journal Prompt book for what seems like forever. I'm not completely sold on the fact that this book is both the prompts and the journal and here's why: When you get just a prompt book you are able to do them over and over again using your own notebooks and free-writing. While I agree this is still possible with the built-in-journal style I'm way less likely to do it. At the same time, it's more convenient to not have to use two books. So I'll leave it to you to weigh in the pros and cons.
I do also want to note that this book isn't just full of random journal prompts. These prompts are to get you thinking and some even have semi-spiritual content. I have my own beliefs that I will not share here, but don't mind sharing if contacted with question, but I'll tell you there are a couple prompts I skipped over which is actually encouraged according to the forward in this book.
Since this is a journal and has spiritual content I really can't recommend it without knowing someones beliefs and/or preferences, but I will say that if you want to do some deep thinking this is pretty good journal, but don't force yourself into a prompt that doesn't fit you.
Happy Reading loves <3