Blog tour: Little Book of Hope

Welcome to the blog tour for Louise Hall’s Little Book of Hope!

Synopsis: 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.

How did this book end up in my hands? I was gifted a review copy so that I could participate in this blog tour and provide you with my honest opinion.

Was it a page-turner? I must say that I read this book in one sitting, partly because it’s relatively small and partly because once I started I couldn’t stop. However, I am now rereading it and taking it more slowly to better absorb the message.

Did the book meet my expectations? It does what it says on the tin! If hope was a book, this would be it. The only warning I would give is that – if you are not religious – you might not appreciate the few times that God is mentioned. My suggestions would be to replace God with whatever you believe in but not to miss out on this delightful book.

Three words to describe it. Inspiring. Actual. Needed.

Do I like the cover? Yes, the whole book is very cute and the format is perfect for taking it wherever you go.

Have I read any other books by the same author? No, but I will definitely check out the author’s other work.

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