Love - Tiny Thoughts

Love - Tiny Thoughts

by William O'Brien

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Love and Tiny Thoughts is a short collection of contemplations to peruse.

Constructed in a simple style, 'Love' is an interesting group of poems making this little book attractive and thought provoking.
A quick-to-read book touching some aspects of love that one may encounter. The writing is philosophical and spiritual in nature with gentle layering to stimulate the mind.
Take a light few moments to help connect with your life again.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157857400
Publisher: Devic Rise
Publication date: 02/11/2016
Series: Spiritual philosophy , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 58
File size: 826 KB

About the Author

Living in a small village in Lancashire, England, the author and poet has written numerous books based on the tale ‘Peter'. In addition, William O'Brien has written a multitude of children's books, health & fitness/bodybuilding publications and the spiritual philosophy series 'Tiny Thoughts'. In the 1990s, the author had twenty-one articles published, both nationally and internationally on bodybuilding and health & fitness. After gaining an honours degree in Geosciences, doing post-graduate study in Occupational Health and Fitness, and earning a masters degree in Science Communication, he developed an interest for simple communication. A passion for writing again emerged, and combining various interests in fine art, museum exhibition display, biology, geology, poetry, spirituality and the mystical led to the story of Peter: A Darkened Fairytale. The author still retains a childlike vision of the world, which is conveyed throughout his Peter series.

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Love - Tiny Thoughts 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Talleyrand More than 1 year ago
I've read this a few times now. The words stick in my mind. Truly one of O'Brien's finest works.