Posted by Jill on Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 11:40 am |
This morning (a week behind schedule, our last Wednesday of the month show had to be rescheduled due to Melanie’s cold) we talked about Self-Help books. If there is a book topic that YOU would like to suggest to us, e-mail us at with the subject heading POINT TOPIC. We’re always interested in knowing what kind of book you might want us to discuss. Some of the topics we are considering for the coming year include religious/spiritual books, mysteries, travel, and books that are good for book groups. We’ll be back on air on the last Wednesday of this month, February 27th.
Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke (My edition was translated and with a foreword by Stephen Mitchell. Thanks to Patty for letting us know that the first letter was written in 1903, and originally published in 1929.)
Aging as a Spiritual Practice: a contemplative guide to growing older and wiser by Lewis Richmond
Throw Out Fifty Things : clear the clutter, find your life by Gail Blanke
The Unapologetic Fat Girl’s Guide to Exercise : and other incendiary acts by Hanne Blank
Changeology : 5 steps to realizing your goals and resolutions by John C. Norcross
50 Self-Help Classics : 50 inspirational books to transform your life, from timeless sages to contemporary gurus by Tom Butler-Bowdon
How Proust Can Change Your Life by Alain de Botton
Your Food is Fooling You: How Your Brain is Hijacked by Sugar, Fat, and Salt by David A. Kessler, M.D.
Family Inc. by Caitlin and Andrew Friedman
Believable Hope: Five Essential Elements to Beat Any Addiction by Michael Cartwright
Master Class: Living Longer, Stronger, and Happier by Peter Spiers
Happier at Home by Gretchen Rubin
Body by You: The You Are Your Own Gym Guide to Total Women’s Fitness by Mark Lauren
The Power to Heal Myself by Betty Jean Wall (www.bettyjeanwall.com)
A Course in Miracles
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