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  Books Written by Mel B.
and
Articles that Mel B. wrote and submitted to
The A.A. Grapevine Magizine

Our Meeting in Print, for publication

About The Author

For those of you who don't know him, Mel B. is an A.A. old-timer, a recovering alcoholic who got sober in Alcoholics Anonymous in 1950 during the early days of the fellowship, when he was a patient in the state hospital in his hometown, Norfolk, Nebraska. He writes anonymously on subjects related to alcoholism and was the principal author of Pass It On, AA's authorized biography of co-founder Bill Wilson. He has also contributed more than fifty articles to The Grapevine, the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. He has been an active member of A.A. for more than fifty years. He is regarded as one of the top historians writing about Alcoholics Anonymous; in addition to this present volume, 101 Meeting Starters: A Guide to Better Twelve Step Discussions, February 2007, he has published six other widely read books on the Alcoholics Anonymous program. The following are all of Mel's books for viewing, after which I encourage you to read all of Mel's many articles that he submitted to our meeting in print - The AA Grapevine Magizine.

ISBN-13: 9781592853694
101 Meeting Starters

A friendly, first-ever guide to making the most of Twelve Step meetings. For millions of people around the world, attending Twelve Step meetings is essential to their recovery from addiction. Twelve Step meetings are confidential forums for people to share the experience, strength, and hope that sustain sobriety. Sometimes, however, meetings get sidetracked by irrelevant topics, dominant speakers, or other distractions, leaving attendees feeling frustrated and unfulfilled. Here, for the first time, is a collection of dynamic Twelve Step "meeting starters" designed to generate spirited, meaningful, and gratifying group discussions.

 

Click here to email Mel about this book or give Mel a call at 419.882.7868 to talk with him about his book.

 

For information on ordering Mel's books, click here.

To listen to a great talk givin by Mel B., check with your local AA Speaker Tape/CD Retailer and ask for a CD of Mel B. from Toledo, Ohio, speaking at the Michiana Conference in South Bend on September 15, 2007.

For more about Mel B. and his work, see his website at
http://walkindryplaces.com/

CAN WE STILL USE THE FOUR ABSOLUTES? CAN WE STILL USE THE FOUR ABSOLUTES? A Look at Standards that Led to the Twelve Steps -by Mel B., Toledo, OH -Printed in the U.S.A. © Copyright 2009 by Mel B. -Read this book in its entirety now! (Not widely published)

Other books by Mel B Other books written by Mel B.

Grapevine articles index that were published that Mel B wrote. Index of articles written by Mel B. that were published in The AA Grapevine, our meeting in print.

 

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