{Sporadically Inspired: Ashley Demi}

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{Sporadically Inspired: Ashley Demi}Sporadically Inspired by Ashley Demi
Published by Entwined Publishing on July 9, 2013
Genres: Other
Pages: 227
Format: eBook
Source: Read 4 Review
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2 Stars

Sometimes, in a small community, it can be difficult to find reality in big dreams. Samantha can't wait to get out of town to start her life and move on from sad memories. Morgan isn't learning from the past, and Charlotte may be forced to make a hard choice over following her dreams. It's Cali's story from which the girls find their inspiration. They believe her story is a fictional cult classic that each have read over and over. It encourages them to follow their hearts.

In the end, however, it could be Cali who needs the most help turning her sporadic inspirations into reality. . . again.

Sporadically Inspired by is written in a unique style similar to a screenplay.

{My Thoughts} – This book is not what I had originally thought. It is about two different stories. One is about a group of friends as they try to find their places in the world. The other is about another group of friends trying to move forward with their lives after facing an incredible loss. This book appeared to be all over the place to me because of both stories that were being written about. It really had confused me. I wasn’t really fond of the way that it had been written in a chat like manner either. The book was well written and in the end it did make sense. but I didn’t like the way in which it had been written. The author had a wonderful idea when she had began the book, but I think when she put it together she could have done it differently. The book itself seems to lack organization which is something that is really important when trying to convey a story to the readers. Things I did like about the book were that the characters where likable. That it had dealt with real time experiences that many individuals face on a daily basis.