Little Book of Hope by Louise Hall #BlogTour #RandomTTours @annecater @LouHallWriter

Little Book of Hope

 Louise Hall

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.
Little Book of Hope

My Thoughts

Sometimes life can be cruel, unpredictable, and frightening. We all experience highs and lows, but 2020 has been hard for everyone with a global pandemic causing loss of life, grief, illness, and economic collapse.

This little pocket-sized book is full of reflections and quotes which give the comfort of Hope in a world full of uncertainty.

Reading the Author Note at the back of the book I learned that Louise Hall started writing when her sister died suddenly. This gave the book a much more personal meaning and provided genuine insight, which comes over in the writing.

I have recently lost someone very special to me and the poem called Five Angels, God and I was extremely comforting.

This would make a lovely gift for a friend or family member who is finding life tough. Just taking time out to reflect and soak up the beautiful words will lift spirits and restore hope. It’s the right size to fit into a handbag or sit on a bedside table to pick up when a few words of comfort and reassurance are needed.

Through Hope, you can become

the best version of yourself.

 

Thank you to the author for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Louise Hall is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and short stories. She lives in the seaside village of Malahide, Co. Dublin on the east coast of Ireland.

Little Book of Hope was written and published during the 2020 worldwide pandemic. It is a little pocketbook of reflections to help guide you through difficult times.

Pilgrim, her debut novel, is published by Ireland’s oldest publishing house, Mercier Press.

 

 

 

 

Little Book of Hope

 

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