Pillow Thoughts Poetry Book Series Review

The Pillow Thoughts Series by Courtney Peppernell was a very thought-provoking read and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a comforting read.

So I recently finished reading the Pillow Thoughts book series and I’ve got to say I really enjoyed reading them. Each book offered something a little bit different from heartbreak to love and just genuine raw emotion covered in an array of poetry and prose.

I genuinely found these books so comforting and wholesome to read, perfect with a cup of tea on a cosy evening in. At times this collection was uplifting and inspiring, other times it was like a warm hug in book-form and would recommend it to anyone who needs a bit of consoling about their own emotions. I found this collection to be very relatable to my own life and I think that’s part of the appeal, you can just read it and relate to the emotions that are being described and explored.

There are four books in total: Pillow Thoughts, Pillow Thoughts 2 Healing The Heart, Pillow Thoughts 3 Mending the Mind and Pillow Thoughts 4 Stitching The Soul. I loved each of these books equally for their beautiful messages and the feeling of comfort they provided, but if I had to pick a favourite it would be Stitching The Soul, but that could’ve just been because that was the most recent book I’d read and so it’s stuck in my mind a little bit more.

I realise this is a short review, but it’s just me recommending a new book series to you guys that you might not have on your TBR yet. You can buy these books from many different places, Amazon being one of them.

Published by thefloralfacade1

Hi there, I'm a lifestyle blogger/content creator/poet from Shropshire, just blogging my way through life.

9 thoughts on “Pillow Thoughts Poetry Book Series Review

  1. Great review! I like the sound of this poetry book series so I’ll have to check it out! I also like how they are short books so it will be earlier to read them! Thank you for sharing this with us!


  2. I’ve never heard of these before, but the way you described them – as a warm hug – makes me want to pick them up instantly. I don’t typically reach for poetry as much anymore, but I might need to get these anyways because I like the idea of a comforting read right about now!


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