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Reviewed by Joanne Ang for Readers' Favorite
Little Bit is a compilation of short stories written by Patricia Lovell. The tales start with an innocent little being called Little Bit. Little Bit lives in peace and harmony within its own little bubble, but soon Little Bit and its community are overtaken by the Viruses. Parts of the Virus were Ego, Fear, and many other unpleasant thoughts and feelings. The Virus wreaked havoc on Little Bit and all the other Bits. Join Little Bit on its journey in overcoming the Virus and relearning how to love oneself. By taking a step back to see the bigger picture, a nice deep and clean breath with a clear mind, Little Bit can overcome anything, and so can you!
The short story ‘Little Bit’ is an adventure of self-assurance, self-confidence, and loads of encouragement. As a university student, hoping to get the best grade I can, I often forget to relax and take a breather from the mountains of upcoming deadlines. It always leaves me feeling burned out by the end of the semester. The beautifully written tales in this collection showed me to take things slowly and to focus on one task at a time. ‘Little Bit’ also taught me to be content about the efforts I have put in, for I have done the best that I can. The short stories are beautifully written and I truly enjoyed them. As an adult, the little things in life often get overlooked in our busy schedules; fortunately, the seven stories by Patricia Lovell are a refreshing and gorgeously written reminder to take care and love yourself.