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Monday, August 9, 2010

Body Parts by Janet Cameron Hoult



















Title: Body Parts
Series: None
Author(s): Janet Cameron Hoult 
Genre: Poetry
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc. 
Received: Received from Bostick Communications
Release Date: April 23, 2010
Finished: August 8, 2010

Pages: 60
Challenges: None
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My Thoughts: This is probably the second book of poetry I have read; the first was also sent by Bostick Communications. So far I have not been disappointed. These poems are humorous thoughts about aging. With truth and rhyming, Mrs. Hoult is a wise comic sharing insights on what happens to everybody.

I enjoyed this collection of poems. One of my favorites was "Hair Today--Gone Tomorrow," where she mentions hair growing upon her face!  The only thing I didn't like was that sometimes I felt there was too much rhyming. Growing old ain't that fun, but keeping your sense of humor is essential to living life.

About the Author: Janet Cameron Hoult is a mother, a grandmother, a great grandmother and an author.  This is her first book. No official website yet.

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