William Borchert is the author of The Lois Wilson Story: When Love is Not Enough and teamed with Geno W. to write Sought Through Prayer and Meditation: Wisdom from the Sunday 11th Step Meetings at Wolfe Street Center in Little Rock. Borchert was nominated for an Emmy in 1989 for writing the highly acclaimed Warner Brothers/Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, My Name is Bill W., based upon material gathered from personal interviews and in-depth research.A member of The Writers Guild of America and a director of The Stepping Stones Foundation, the author continues his active writing career. Borchert and his wife, Bernadette split their time between New York and Little River, South Carolina.Michael Fitzpatrick is coauthor with Borchert of 1000 Years of Sobriety and author of the first book under the Legacy 12 imprint, We Recovered Too. He is also co-author with Mel B. of Living the Twelve Traditions in Today's World. He is one of the leading historians and speakers in the field of alcoholism, specializing in the development of the Twelve Step movement. He owns what is possibly the largest audio archive related to the Twelve Step movement ever assembled: more than three thousand original reel-to-reel recordings of the voices of the men and women who pioneered the Twelve Step movement.Fitzpatrick lives in Chandler, Arizona.
1000 Years of Sobriety: 20 People x 50 Yearsby William G Borchert
1000 Years of Sobriety features the moving personal accounts of twenty men and women who have all remained sober through dedication to the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program for more than fifty years. These are the real ?old timers,? keepers of the wisdom-men and women from around the world who are among the dwindling generations who came into the program when Bill
1000 Years of Sobriety features the moving personal accounts of twenty men and women who have all remained sober through dedication to the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program for more than fifty years. These are the real ?old timers,? keepers of the wisdom-men and women from around the world who are among the dwindling generations who came into the program when Bill W. was still alive and whose very existence, their commitment to sobriety, is testament to the power of AA today.
The inspiring stories collected here follow the time-tested formula used by millions of recovering people everywhere who share their stories of hope in meetings every day. They tell us what they were like as active alcoholics and what triggered their decision to join AA. They offer the dramatic details of how they got sober and describe what it's like for them now-how they continue to stay sober today and reap the rewards of recovery. Those who share their stories in 1000 Years of Sobriety are living proof that the human connection bonded by the Twelve Steps has unsurpassed powers, and that AA is a program for generations to come.
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