Reading Like Mad Now – Helps the Writing (I’ve Heard)


Sing You HomeSing You Home by Jodi Picoult
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book overall because the characters seemed plausible on the whole and the story really was a story – well rounded and enjoyable. There were characters and incidents in the book that I really didn’t like. In my opinion this is a good thing because it makes you think, it gives you an emotional reaction like any good film or stirring piece of music. I took this book out of the library because was already on loan so I thought I would try Sing You Home . I would recommend this book for an enjoyable story but probably not if you are after a cheery quick read.

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I’m including some book reviews I’ve written but to be honest,I don’t always review every book I read. I wonder if anybody does. Anyhoo, I’m reading a lot and writing some new poems and editing my novel I wrote during NanoWrimo last year.

I wonder if other people have published their writing from NanoWrimo last year? I also wonder if other writers/ fans of wriitng have plans for the next NanoWrimo – it’s less than a month until it starts again. I have an idea but I’ve yet to write it down…



About kirstenmcaleese

I run, I write- especially on poetry right now. I'm passionate about reading. I cook and I love to blog and learn how to improve doing the things I love as well as meeting other people with different interests. I also love music and finding new music which is more of a challenge now than it used to be but I'm up for new bands, going to gigs and just listening.
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