Please Say Kaddish For Me by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Published October 21, 2017 by rochellewisoff

Many thanks to Kelvin M. Knight for this wonderful review of PLEASE SAY KADDISH FOR ME. It’s the kind that every author hopes for.

Kelvin M. Knight

As encouraged by Maria, Kelly and Mel when I wrote my first non flash fiction post for my blog, here is a book review… a first for my flash fiction only blog 😱


Please Say Kaddish For Me by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Reviewed by Kelvin M. Knight

The format of a book I want to read is important to me. I reluctantly read this book in Kindle format, on my iPhone rather than on my Kindle because my Kindle refused to download this book or any other book on Amazon for that matter. I say reluctant because I tried purchasing Please Say Kaddish For Me in paperback format from the author directly (so I could get the book signed while hopefully also getting a personal message). Despite Rochelle’s best efforts, the price of shipment from America to the UK was too high for me.

The point in telling you this? Simple…

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3 comments on “Please Say Kaddish For Me by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

  • Title of all your books are so nice, inviting. I agree with the reviewer. I have also taken the kindle version but hope and wish to get in paperback one day. I have read just half so waiting to complete and write a review.
    Shalom.

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    • Dear Indira,

      It warms my heart to know that my faraway friend is reading my book. 😀 Kudos to you for tackling a book in language that’s not your first. I’m not sure I could do the same with Spanish or Hebrew. Many thanks for your kind words and constant support.

      Shalom,

      Rochelle

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