Blog Tour: The Little Book of Big Knowing by Michele Sammons
A blog tour is a virtual book tour, which are especially important in this time of COVID-19. Multiple bloggers agree to write about a specific book in a set time frame. I accepted a free copy from the publisher in exchange for agreeing to post about the book this week.
About the book
The Little Book of Big Knowing is filled with tiny bursts of insight to nourish your heart, warm your Soul, and help you to remember your true self.
If you find yourself asking big, deep life questions like, “What’s my purpose?” and “Why am I here?” then you’ll want to curl up with The Little Book of Big Knowing.
Three reasons why you’ll love this book:
- It includes gentle reminders of why you are here, who you are at your core, and why your dreams matter to more than just you.
- This book will help you to look at life in a light-hearted, joyful way. Consider it spirituality with a playful twist!
- And the best part is, the book is written in short bursts you can read in any order. So you can pick it up, read a little bit, put it down, and come back to it when you’re ready for more!
This book is perfect for someone who wants a little dose of playful spirituality every day to remind them of the bigger picture.
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This is literally a small book filled with a ton of really big ideas! I’m not new to most of these concepts and I found Michele’s words to be refreshing reminders of how I want to live my life.
The book covers every aspect of life and self-care in these pieces of insight. For folks like myself who have done a lot of personal development and spiritual work, these serve as kind, loving reminders. For those who are new to the genre, these would be gentle introductions to these concepts.
I highly recommend this one for anyone looking for easy to digest spiritual guidance.
About the author
Michele Sammons makes her home in Memphis, Tennessee, with husband Scott and chocolate Labrador, Dewey. The Little Book of Big Knowing is Michele’s first book, but probably not her last. You can discover more about Michele’s work on her website.