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Gail's 2008 Reading List
  1. The Power of Attitude by Mac Anderson
  2. The Power of Kindness by Piero Ferrucci
  3. Me, Myself & Bob by Phil Vischer
  4. Be Still by Jane E. Vennard
  5. The Art of Thank You by Connie Lens
  6. Talking Back by Andrea Mitchell
  7. Don't Get Scrooged by Richard Carlson
  8. Feel The Fear & Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers
  9. Thank You Power by Debra Norville
  10. The Final Week of Jesus by Max Lucado
  11. Consenting to Grace by Tilda Norberg
  12. Happiness Now by Robert Holden
  13. Happiness by Richard Layard
  14. Joined at the Heart by Al & Tipper Gore
  15. The Killer Angels
  16. Children's Letters to God (children's book)
  17. Noah's Ark (children's book)
  18. Small Brown Dog's Bad Remembering Day (children's book)
  19. Twenty Wishes by Debbie Macomber
  20. Good Grief by Lolly Winston
  21. The God Memorandum by Og Mandino
  22. Freedom of Simplicity by Richard Foster
  23. Serve God, Save the Planet by J. Matthew Sleeth
  24. Nurturing Silence in a Noisy Heart by Wayne Oats
  25. Only The Heart Knows How to Find Them by Christopher deVinck
  26. Legacy by Barrie Sanford Griffin
  27. The Imitation of Christ by Kenneth Bakken
  28. The Christian As Minister (Methodist publication)
  29. Mosaic by Amy Grant
  30. Muncha! Mucha! Muncha! (children's book)
  31. G Is for Granite by Marie Harris
  32. Secrets of the Vine by Bruce Wilkinson
  33. Dreams: A Way to Listen to God by Morton Kelsey
  34. The Closest of Strangers by James Judge, M.D.
  35. The Five Chinese Brothers (children's book)
  36. The Power of the Call by Henry Blackaby and Brandt
  37. Hospitality by Rev. Nanette Sawyer
  38. Wishful Thinking by Frederick Buechner
  39. The Spiral Staircase by Karen Armstrong
  40. If We Were All The Same by Mr. Rogers
  41. Choosing The Amusing by Marilyn Meberg
  42. Little Moments of Happiness by Brani & Bertrand
  43. Completely His by Shannon Ethridge
  44. Heart Speaks to Heart by Henri Nowen
  45. Happiness by Joan Duncarn Oliver
  46. Your God Is Too Small by J.B. Phillips
  47. The Power of Focus by Jack Canfield
  48. Be Anxious for Nothing by Joyce Meyer
  49. How to be Happier in the Job by Ross West
  50. The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People
  51. It's All in Your Head by Stephen Pollan
  52. Love Is The Killer App by Tim Sanders
  53. The Art & Craft of Religious Writing
  54. Caught Between A Dream and A Job by Delatorre McNeal
  55. The Time Between by Wendy Wright
  56. Angels by Rex Hauck, Editor
  57. Paths to Prayer by Patricia Brown
  58. Reflections of A Peacemaker by Mattie J.T. Stepanek
  59. Chicken Soup for the Soul (tiny book)
  60. Don't Sweat The Small Stuff by Richard Carlson
  61. God Can Handle It by Jim Gallery
  62. Don't Sweat The Small Stuff at Work by Richard Carlson
  63. Happiness Is A Choice by Barry Neil Kaufman
  64. What You Can Change and What You Can't by Martin Seligman
  65. One Door Closes, Another Door Opens by Arthur Pine
  66. A Sense of Warning by Barry Neil Kaufman
  67. Having A Mary Spirit by Joanne Weaver
  68. Prayer by Frank Laubach
  69. The Spirituality of Gentleness by Judith C. lechman
  70. Living from Within by David Goodman
  71. Business book on Customer Satisfaction
  72. A Visit to Grandma's by Nancy Carlson (Children's book)
  73. Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney (Children's book)
  74. The Lesson by Carol Lynn Peterson (Children's book)
  75. Something Wonderful
  76. The Call to Wholeness by Kenneth Bakken
Top 5 Picks for 2008
  1. Your God Is Too Small by J.B. Phillips
  2. Don't Sweat The Small Stuff by Richard Carlson
  3. Happiness Is A Choice by Barry Neil Kaufman
  4. What You Can Change and What You Can't by Martin Seligman
  5. The Power of Kindness by Piero Ferrucci
Why I read?
First of all, I come from a family of school teachers and ministers. The ministers in particular read A LOT.

But more importantly, reading opens my mind to thoughts and ideas I never would have had on my own. When I'm reading and walking (yes, at the same time), I am in the "flow" of life, and I'm perfectly at peace.

One result of my voracious reading habit is that I can share with others what I've learned, and that truly brings me joy.

I belong to BookMooch, a free online community that shares books for free with each other. If you want to read more but don't want to invest the money, find a community like Bookmooch and start reading!

Gail

Hint: Read children's books. They're shorter and make more sense.







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