“It took me a long time to learn that not all pain is pointless.” ~Rebecca Rose (in It Tickled the Whiskers of My Soul)
Hello, Dear Bloggites! I know, I was supposed to make a post yesterday, but I intentionally delayed it for today because I am bringing you a special book review. The author, Rebecca Rose, emailed me offering her latest book for free if I was willing to give an honest review of it after I was finished. Of course, I do my best to never turn down a request for a review, but this one was extra special because I “met” Rebecca via email when she published her first book, I’ll Be Fine, and requested a review.
I loved that story so much, that I talk about it to this day! So, of course, I jumped at the opportunity to read her newest release, It Tickled the Whiskers of My Soul. This is the author’s third book but second published under her name. This book is a story of what the author has learned over time about life, belief, and self. The book is formatted into a separate “love letter” for each topic.
This book was written in a loving, intimate style that made you feel as if you were sitting with the author while she explained what she has learned from life. The pictures are a joy and will bring a smile to your face even if you think you are the grumpiest person alive. Each letter has a theme in it and the author goes into detail about what journey she took to realized that specific theme i.e. true self, fear, laws of attraction, intention, etc.
I loved that even though this book is on spirituality, it is not preachy or skewed to one view or another, so it is written for all to read. I enjoyed reading how the author found her way through situations and time. So many people do not view “bad” or “hard” times as a learning experience and I think this book would help people realize that even though the situation may be less than optimal, it is always better in the end.
I give It Tickled The Whiskers Of My Soul by Rebecca Rose 5 out of 5 Bookmarks! Great read for people looking for ways to deal with life. 🙂
P.S. THANK YOU, Rebecca, for the Honor of reviewing your book! 🙂