Recommended Books for Soulful Introverted Women

I’ve collected some books here that inspire me in all kinds of ways, in life, work, and spirit. I love books so much that the list got a bit long so I’ve put them into categories:

  1. Big Inspiration and Soulful Living
  2. Introvert Power and Inspiration
  3. Highly Sensitive People (HSP)
  4. Fear, Courage, Confidence
  5. Mindfulness and Inner Peace
  6. Communication Ease
  7. Career, Business, Money – Holistic Guidance
  8. Women, Feminism, and Social Justice
  9. Novels and Memoirs that Introverted Women Will Love

Psst, I also wrote a blog post where I highlighted:
My 15 Favorite Books for Caring Introverted Women.


book: A Fierce Heart

Big Inspiration and Soulful Living

Introvert Awareness, Power, and Inspiration

Highly Sensitive People (HSP)

Embracing UncertaintyFear, Courage, Confidence

Mindfulness and Inner Peace

Communication Ease

Career, Business, Money – Holistic Guidance

Women, Feminism, and Social Justice

Novels and Memoirs that Caring Introverted Women Can Love

  • The Alchemist, by Paolo Coelho
    A bestselling story that deftly captures life lessons about following your heart.
  • Jane Eyre
    No wonder it’s a classic. Fabulous writing and a strong heroine who expresses herself boldly, ahead of her times.
  • Charles and Emma (biography)
    The true love story between Charles and Emma Darwin, two caring introverts who loved books and learning.
  • The Language of Flowers, by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
    book: The Language of FlowersFantastic writing. Deep and intense coming-of-age story about a young woman who grew up in foster care who expresses herself in the language of flowers. Every word is rich.
  • The Color Purple, by Alice Walker
    Wow, spectacular writing, spectacular story about a quiet African-American woman who finds her voice in tough times in the South.
  • Caucasia, by Danzy Senna
    Beautiful writing. Coming-of-age story about invisibility, race, and family. Written from the perspective of a biracial girl who is seen as white.
  • Calling Invisible Women
    A light yet worthy story that captures the invisibility feeling that many women experience, especially at middle age.