Reading this book was soothing to my spirit, calming, a balm.
I like Wooldridge's writing style very much; I would describe it as gentle, casual and very clear.
I love how she consistently makes references to the outdoors, nature and the pastoral way of living throughout.
Within its pages you will become acquainted with such things as: wordpools, word tickets and the image angel.
The book is divided into 5 sections; each section averages right around 10 to 12 chapters. All the chapters are either short or very short. I found that very refreshing, like sips of cool water. Take a small drink, stop and think. Take another sip... At the end of most chapters there is a "Practice" which is nothing more than a simple non-threatening creative exercise or suggestion; they are genuinely good ideas in my opinion, practical and clear.
I think that the overall message from the author is that poetry is freedom when all the restrictions are removed and when you allow yourself to look for poems everywhere, because that's where they are, everywhere.
I recommend this book without any reservations.