I've wanted read this book ever since I saw the title, which I felt echoed my own occasional heartfelt conversations with the spirits that move me.
Occasionally funny, if only for the outlandish experiences she gets herself into. I liked the first story about her childhood claim to be in a movie with Goldie Hawn, and the one about her experience in women's prison. However, the dialogue sometimes drags, the delivery is a little over the top, and this particular brand of humor is little too in-your-face, for my taste. This is a case of more matter (she is blessed with a lot of material to work with) and not so much art. Despite all this, however, I am still looking forward to reading her other book, about one-night stands.