The past few months have made us realise that change is inevitable – sometimes good but sometimes it can be cruel and makes your world go out of control.We might experience anxiety, low moods, night sweats, exhaustion or worse. We lose all hope and feel that there is nothing to look forward to.Little Book of Hope helps you find your way back again – through Reflections to guide you through the difficult times, together with: Family. Friends. Rest. Time – for yourself. Walk. Talk. Cry. Grieve. Meditate. Pray. Accept things. Patience.Dedicated to all those around the world who have lost hard but loved much – that you may re-discover Hope and welcome the beautiful pleasure of joy back into your lives.
The Little Book Of Hope is available in ebook and paperback now. The ebook is currently only 99p. You can purchase your copy of both using the link below.
I thought this was a beautiful, uplifting book which I would recommend to everyone. It would make a great gift and I’m definitely planning on buying some for friends in the future.
The book is divided into different sections so that it is easy to flick through and find a section suitable for your current state of mind which I found really helpful. Each page if filled with a lovely message or reflection that I found really uplifting and helped calm me at stressful moments. It was a book that I found I needed as the world slowly returned to normal.
I loved the simple message that this book had flowing through it which helped remind me of what was important in life especially during difficult times. Its a great book to have on your bookshelves to look at when you need it most and I’ll be recommend it to all who need a boost!
Huge thanks to Anne Cater for inviting me onto the blog tour and to Peach press for sending me a copy of this book.
About The Author:
Louise Hall is from Malahide, Co. Dublin. She has previously published two works of non-fiction, Medjugorje: What it Means to Me and Medjugorje and Me: A Collection of Stories from Across the World. Her fiction has been published in The Irish Times and been shortlisted for numerous competitions, such as the RTÉ Guide/Penguin Short Story Award, the Colm Tóibín International Short Story Competition and the Jonathan Swift Creative Writing Awards. Pilgrim is her debut novel.