Big books are often glorified - Ulysses with +700 pages or Anna Karenina which could be a multiple book series!
But less can certainly be more, so here are books with less words, that speak more in meaning.
I found gems in each one 💎
Have a recommendation? Comment below 👇
Milk and Honey
☑️ Poetry from the amazing Rupi Kaur
☑️ Thought provoking - steered me to self-reflect
☑️ Simple words conveying deep meaning
☑️ I often read in the coffee shops of London and usually bring a book like this one too, for inspiration.
The Boy, Mole, Fox and the Horse
☑️ A book for adult or children? I think both.
☑️ Gold nuggets of life advice coupled with elegant illustrations
☑️ Makes for a solid gift 🎁
☑️ Guess what? I enjoyed this so much that I wrote to the author asking for a version called 'The Girl, the mole....' , because if I don't ask then I won't know what is possible.
Oneness With All Life
☑️ Quotes and mini passages for inspiration and/or advice.
☑️ Sometimes I'll randomly open a page and often I find it answers a piece of the puzzle I've been looking at.
☑️ First time hearing of the author?
Check out his first book here >> Power Of Now
Enjoy the read, enjoy the journey.
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