Book of Myself: A Do-It Yourself Autobiography in 20 Questions

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Hyperion, Jan 2, 1997 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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A keepsake fill-in book contains more than two hundred prompts divided into three life phases--Early, Middle, and Later Years--and separates each phase into five subject categories--Family, Friends, Education, Work/Responsibilities, and The World.

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This is a wonderful gift to give someone. I gave it out three times and people were touched when they realized what it was. These books are great holiday gifts. I know grandparents parents would love to fill this in and give it to the family. Highly recommend it. Read full review

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User Review  - quaintlittlehead - LibraryThing

This book compiles some brief advice for those at any age on how to begin writing your memoirs, and then provides a series of questions to get you started. I particularly like that these questions are ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Carl E. Marshall was raised in rural Oklahoma and received his Bachelor's and MA in Mathematics from Oklahoma State University and his Doctorate in Statistics from Iowa State. He became a professor of Mathematics at OSU and created the university's graduate program in statistics. He was known by his colleagues as "Mr. Statistics of Oklahoma. David P. Marshall is the co-author, with his wife Kate, of THE BOOK OF US: A JOURNAL OF YOUR LOVE STORY IN 150 QUESTIONS, and THE BOOK OF MY PET: IN CELEBRATION OF PETS. Other Marshall books include WORDS TO LIVE BY: A JOURNAL OF WISDOM FOR SOMEONE YOU LOVE, by Emily and Kate Marshall. He lives with his family in northern California.

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