Sunday, September 13, 2015

EVERY DAY A HOPE by Marci M. Matthews

Every Day A Hope by Marci Matthews - Thoughts in ProgressThere are times when encouragement and inspiration can come in the simplest forms and have the greatest impact.

EVERY DAY A HOPE by Marci M. Matthews is a small book of inspiration and encouragement. Illustrated by the author, there are charming drawings throughout the book to empower readers. There are also pages where the reader is encouraged to respond to creative questions.

The author takes difficult emotional issues and asks readers to search their own feelings and sentiments related to them. The author draws readers in to help them find confidence and purpose pertaining to certain troubles.

With space for one’s own thoughts, feelings and hope, EVERY DAY A HOPE becomes an interaction-type book or journal of sorts.

The delightful illustrations enhance the book and add another layer for readers to explore.

This enchanting book can be read very quickly, but provides thought and motivation that will stay with the reader for quite some time. Aimed at survivors, this book can be beneficial to all audiences.

Every Day A Hope by Marci M. Matthews, Off to See Pub, @2015, ISBN: 978-0990821816, Paperback, 132 Pages 

FTC Full Disclosure – A copy of this book was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Do you have a favorite inspiration book you’d like to tell us about? Do you find that writing in a journal helps when you’re troubled?

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  1. We need hope, so desperately now.
    Favorite inspirational book? The Bible.

  2. Hi Mason - learning to think about others, and to put ourselves into their shoes - and see how they might feel should lead us to a greater understanding. This book looks to be an inspiring read .. and I'm sure will help many.

    Thanks - Hilary

  3. Thanks, Mason. I think we do need to connect with things that make us hopeful and give us encouragement.

  4. I do think writing thoughts down helps. I still have many journals and one in particular that I wrote when my mom was sick and dying.

  5. Oh wow. I need that book! I don't have an inspirational book, but it sounds like I need one.


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