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Find Me I'm Yours

3.61  ·  Rating details ·  89 ratings  ·  41 reviews
“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.

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Published November 3rd 2014 by Rosetta Books (first published October 31st 2014)
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Whitney Atkinson
Nov 22, 2014 rated it it was ok
2.5 stars

Review coming!
Dec 27, 2014 rated it it was amazing
For my " The Fangirl Remix " post I briefly reviewed 4 titles that I've recently read. To check out my collective reviews for Bad Romeo, Fine Me I'm Yours, Never Never & Falling Kingdoms, head over to fANGIRLconfessions.

Find Me I'm Yours

Find Me I'm Yours is going down as one of my favorite reads of this year! OMG this book was everything to me. It's completely interactive, giving us the opportunity to go on a " treasure hunt " to help the character find a guy in search for his true love. You
Ugh no

Read for Contemporary-a-thon challenge “Blurple on the cover”
I'd So Rather Be Reading {Nat}
Nov 11, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2014
Find Me I'm Yours was such a unique and fun read! It was my first time reading Click Lit and I really enjoyed it. I found myself smiling as I read, and ended the book smiling and happy.

I liked Mags right from the beginning. Her voice appealed to me and her inner dialogue sounded a lot like mine. I loved the way she thought about things: even though she appeared to be quite happy-go-lucky, she was actually quite pragmatic about the way she did things. This was most evident in the way she conducte
Suze Lavender
Dec 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Maggie believes in true love and she sees her best friend and her husband as her number one example. Maggie is a 24 year old artist who doesn't do the kind of work she loves. When her friend suggests she'd start a video project she buys a camera. As she's broke she needs a cheap, but reliable option. She finds what she's looking for, but it comes with something extra. On a video message there's a cute guy who's set up a treasure hunt to find his soul mate. Maggie loves the idea and she starts hu ...more
Nov 13, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Tucker by: Hillary Carlip
How come this is the first "click lit" I've seen? Probably no one is making it, because it looks exceedingly hard to pull off! A book with dozens of its own of which is Al Harp's alien art on which I think I need on my wall. Also, BridalVille. Everyone should take a look at Find Me, I'm Yours in their e-reader. It should be an obligaysh. It's a crazy idea. I mean, it's cray cray that I finished reading it and that I now must go back to my regularly sched ...more
Nov 15, 2014 rated it liked it
The concept of this book is amazing, and I really enjoyed the well-developed web content that accompanied the story. They really went above and beyond with the websites, videos, and social media to bring the story to life! I thought the story itself was a little slow at the beginning and that the language was too reminiscent of high-school-talk. By the middle, however, the plot and characters became much more complex and interesting, and I couldn't put the book down until I reached the end! Over ...more
Nov 23, 2014 rated it liked it
3.5/5 stars

I thought this was a really enjoyable read. At first the narrators voice annoyed the CRAP out of me, but the story was so interesting and engaging that I stuck with it, and I'm glad I did! Obviously, the author put a lot of work into this book, and all the websites and extra stuff is so so cool! It's so different from anything I've ever read, and that's what makes it good.

"There's always going to be both-magic and disaster-and we get to decide which to put our focus on."
Karla Feldstein
Nov 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014-books
Full review to come on my blog soon!
Kaylee (readerxpro)
Dec 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Actual rating: 4.5/5 stars.

This is such an interesting way to write books. I can't wait to read more like these in the future.
Review first appeared on my blog: Book Addict 24-7

I received a copy in exchanged for an honest review

Find Me I'm Yours by Hillary Carlip is a new adult, romance novel that explores not only our obsession with finding our soulmate, but also the addiction that society has to everything technological and visual. While I can imagine that this is in no way an observation of our obsessions, it indadvertedly opened my eyes to just how attached we are to technology.

Why am I going on and on about technol
Dec 03, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: new-adult, ebook

I know, that’s very specific. I promise that I enjoyed reading this book, and my lowerish rating is not an invitation for people not to read it. I think if you’re interested in the premise of a book you should read it and form your own conclusions. Because there will always be good and bad reviews.

The premise of a click through book with websites and videos and interactiveness was what drove me to read this. And the idea of a treasure hunt!

I had some problems right at the beginning with the m
Oct 26, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I had the pleasure of previewing this book before it came out and was honestly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. I started reading this expecting something in the "frilly trendy YA-vein" but was amazed by how much I could identify with it.

Mags Marclay is a sardonic, "more straight than gay" ruggedly-independent young aspiring artist who writes for a bridal magazine and lives in Silver Lake. The book includes a plethora of interesting characters including Shari, a Z-list model and actress (http
Oct 10, 2014 rated it really liked it
When I was offered the opportunity to review Click Lit novel Find Me I'm Yours, I was intrigued. I've never ever heard the term Click Lit before, but after reading the email (and coming back to it day after day for a couple days) I was super interested to read a novel that was more than just a novel - instead it's like an interactive feature where there's pictures involved, polls you can take, videos to watch and 30 plus websites all dedicated to this one novel. It's ambitious, and it was super ...more
Stacy Sabala
Dec 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance
Book Review- Find Me I’m Yours by Hillary Carlip

Maggie Marclay is an artist working at a wedding magazine with her best friend Coco. She is a person who starts things but never really finishes them. She knows what she likes and is ready to find her soulmate. She broke up with her boyfriend, Jason, a couple of months ago after he cheated on her. She wants what Coco has with her husband. However Maggie has been warned her whole life by her mother about the family curse when it comes to love.
When C
Mar 06, 2015 rated it it was ok
If this book had been a conventional book I wouldn't have bought it, and definitely not have finished it. Then again, the reason I bought it was due to it being a click lit.

I'm glad I got to exeperience this as a genre. I can really see that this might be something that will evolve with time, as we are becoming more and more multi-modual. The sites, while creative, where just like regulare sites and I think that is the point. It's not as interactive to the story as I was first expecting and mig
Oct 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
Review also posted at girlthatreads


Mags life isn’t what she would have pictured for herself. She moved, on her own, to L.A to focus on her art. Unfortunately, now she’s living with a semi kleptomaniac of a roommate, dealing with a cheater ex boyfriend, and having no money. Mags uses the little bit of money she has to buy a camera. The previous owner of the camera recorded a video that basically turns out to be a scavenger hunt to find him. He leaves her clues in websites, pict
Christy (TheReaderBee)

Find Me I’m Yours is the story of Mags Marclay, a struggling artist living in LA, who wants nothing more than to find her soul mate and fall in love. When Mags discovers a video tape from a man who is also looking for his soul mate, she embarks on a treasure hunt that he sets up in hopes of finding him.

Through the novel we follow Mags on her journey to find the man who may very well be her forever. The novel includes interactive websites, videos and Instagram photos to aid Mags and the readers a
Nov 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own-read-digital
Find Me I’m Yours is a truly unique experience. The first thing you’ll notice when you dive into this novel is that Mags’ voice is loud and proud and in your face. She is a product of our generation: she’s quirky, artsy, and knows how to make a couple bucks last for an entire day, even in the middle of L.A. And even though she might employ more abbreviations in her every day speech than whole words, there’s an honesty to her that makes her completely relateable, even if you’re certain you’ll nev ...more
Jac (For Love and Books)
Find Me I'm Yours was a book like none I've ever read before. The completely innovative style of this book made me want to love it, but unfortunately? That wasn't the case. I absolutely adored the interactive aspects of this book, I loved the mystery. I loved the idea of this book. But there were some major flaws that had me struggle with.

Mags, Maggie, Whatever you want to call her this page, drove me absolutely insane. Her abbreviated speaking, her fixating on all the negative and most of all
Dec 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Hilarious, heart-full, entertaining, and lessons learned. I didn't know what to expect, but being able to see pictures, click on real sites and watch videos. This was definitely not a traditional way of writing a story and took some getting used to. The beginning was boring for me, the pictures were uninteresting, the grammar irked me to no end, and Maggie was irritating. Thankfully the chapters in the beginning were short and finally when we begin the treasure hunt the story picks up and become ...more
Dennis Elten
Een must voor chicklit liefhebbers die van een goed verhaal horen, maar ook een hele interessante en vernieuwende variant op het hele chicklit genre. Find me i’m yours is dan ook wel een Click Lit genoemd, dit omdat er door het verhaal een hele schat aan Multimedia is verwerkt. 33 websites speciaal gemaakt voor het boek, originele video’s en een web serie zijn een aantal vernieuwende toevoegingen aan deze E Book ervaring. Find me i’m Yours is namelijk alleen als E book uitgebracht. Ik vraag mij ...more
Taylor Freeman
Oct 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014, e-books, young-adult
Talk about lit that was written for the 21st century! Find Me I’m Yours is a Millennial’s book, filled with fun technology, slang and more.

One thing I loved was that I was able to relate to Mags, the main character. Always looking, wondering and hoping that ‘the one’ is right around the corner! She’s a real girl, and I think that gives readers, including myself, a way to feel a part of the story.

Another thing that ended up being a ton of fun were the “extras.” The supplemental details (photos, v
Dec 13, 2014 rated it it was ok
While I loved the interactivity of this book and can see 'click lit' having a place, the main weakness of this is the story itself.

I just didn't enjoy the story much at all. I was mainly reading to see what websites or photos would come next. Mags annoyed me most of the time, truth be told.

Further for many of the clues I was left confused as to how Mags was led there and how it tied into the hunt. There often wasn't a logical flow or reason as to why, say, the food truck would be important.

Jan 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing

I thought this book was very interesting and a different experience. It was so much fun to interact and go to websites and watch videos throughout the entire book. I felt it make the book more enjoyable and allowed for the readers to feel like they are helping the main character. I would suggest this book to everyone.

I thought the plot and storyline was amazing. To me this would be a new adult novel as far as the age of the characters but it read more of a young adult book. I
Nov 11, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed reading Find Me I'm Yours. I bought it for my younger sister who liked it so much she suggested I read it! My sister enjoyed Mag's adventures, the hipster world, and she really related to the character's individuality. I have to say I liked it for it's connections to so many websites! It opened a whole new interactive world for me! I was up late last night just reading the websites after I finished the book. (My favorites site so far is Freak4mypet, but I haven't clicked on them ...more
Viktoria Kareva
Dec 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Wow. This was such a fun, immersive read. I can't even imagine the time it took to construct this online world that was 1.) believable and 2.) interactive/cool.

That being said, the story read a lot like All-American Girl by Meg Cabot. So, the tone sounded just a little shallow for me, but it was fine. I just had hoped that for a protagonist who was in her early 20s she would sound more like me now, than me at 16.

However, if you are in the mood for a sweet, immersive, and charming love story thi
Jul 11, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: e-book
"It's amazing what can happen if we believe in destiny, or at least willing to consider it. Everything that feels fucked up, tragic, or wrong could all be part of the choreography leading us to what's beautiful, happy and right."

"That's the beauty of life. There's always going to be both --magic and disaster-- and we get to decide which to put our focus on."
The idea at first was interesting and good, but when I started reading I realized it takes away the imagination, which is why I read books. To imagine whats going on myself. Or perhaps its the story I didnt like, the way the story was told. I quit at 4 chapter, when I realized it wasnt really my style of a book. ...more
Nov 07, 2014 marked it as to-read
Shelves: digital, dropped
Nope nope hope, not gonna happen. I promised myself that I would stop wasting time on books I have to force myself to keep going... So seeing that the first few pages of this is just that, I'm done. NEXT!!!
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Hillary Carlip is an award-winning, best-selling author of five books, a noted visual artist, and has been creating content, websites, and news in the digital space since 1999.

Her latest project, Find Me I’m Yours (RosettaBooks), is a revolutionary, multi-platform entertainment experience that starts with an eBook novel and expands into an entire "storyverse" filled with interactive content includ
“There's always going to be both: -magic & disaster- and we get to decide what to put our focus on.” 1 likes
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