Mel B., a resident of Toledo, Ohio, since 1972, is a writer specializing in recovery, timely business topics, speeches, publicity and military history. Retired since 1986, he served in public relations for a major corporation headquartered in Toledo. Mel B. is a recovering alcoholic and a longtime member of Alcoholics Anonymous. He writes anonymously on subjects related to alcoholism and was a contributing writer for Pass It On, AA's authorized biography of co-founder Bill Wilson. In addition to Ebby: The Man Who Sponsored Bill W., he has authored two other Hazelden books, New Wine and Walk In Dry Places, as well as several Hazelden pamphlets. He has also contributed about fifty articles to The Grapevine, the international journal of AA.
Walk in Dry Placesby Mel B.
For many people involved in Twelve Step recovery, there is always a need for the basics. Walk in Dry Places provides this solid insight and support. Written in the classic style of early meditation
Written in a clear and graceful voice that conveys the gentle, no-nonsense attitude of an old-timer, Walk in Dry Places refocuses on the basics of Twelve Step recovery.
For many people involved in Twelve Step recovery, there is always a need for the basics. Walk in Dry Places provides this solid insight and support. Written in the classic style of early meditation books, Walk in Dry Places refocuses on the basics of Twelve Step recovery. The meditations are written in a clear and graceful voice and convey the gentle, no-nonsense attitude of an old timer. Each page contains a daily recovery topic along with an insightful exploration of the day's topic and a one sentence "Goal for the Day." Full of basic AA meeting philosophy, Walk in Dry Places offers daily support to anyone seeking help in staying sober one day at a time.
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It's a good daily reading for people with all lengths of sobriety--
I really enjoy this book ... well written and a very useful tool in my sobriety.
Another great book from hazelden series. concise, plain words for those in recovery from all kinds of illness. Helpful for all.
One of the favorite reads of recovering alcoholics and addicts