NEW BOOKS FOR PURCHASE: Secular Recovery Basics (booklet) — $2.00 Living Sober — $5.00 A practical AA World Services collection of suggestions for staying away from the first drink, tools for living sober, alcohol-free. Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life — $20.00   A book of daily reflections not just for nonbelievers and freethinkers in recovery, but for everyone, written by Joe C., one of the founders of the group Beyond Belief. A Secular Sobriety — $18.00 Including a secular version of the first 164 pages of the Big Book by Dale K. One Big Tent — $12.50 Atheists, agnostics, nonbelievers and secular alcoholics have been members of the AA Fellowship since its earliest days, making significant contributions to the development of the program, helping to swing the doors of AA ever-wider. But finding their path has not always been easy. One Big Tent is a collection of stories, originally published in Grapevine, which represent the shared experience of secular AA members who have struggled with alcoholism, yet ultimately found a common solution in AA. These members share how they found their place in AA, work the program, do service and sponsor others. Sober and Out — $12.50 A collection of stories by AA members who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (and a few friends) from the pages of AA Grapevine. They share their experience, strength and hope with alcoholism as well as their personal struggles and hard-fought triumphs. The stories in this book show that—like most alcoholics—LGBT AAs struggle to fit in, stay sober and find peace in their lives. The Little Book: A collection of Alternative 12 Steps — $10.00   Twenty alternative versions of the 12 Steps, four secular interpretations of each of the Steps and an essay that traces the origins of the AA 12 Step recovery program. Key Players in AA History — $15.00   32 chapters that tell the stories of the early member and founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, such as Dr. William Silkworth, Jim Burwell, Marty Mann and, of course, Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith. Don’t Tell: Essays and Stories by Agnostics and Atheists in AA — $15.00  [T]his diverse and richly textured collection of recovery stories by nonbelievers, is a book that would certainly have made a difference in the early days of my stumble toward sobriety and the Twelve Steps. But it is also making a difference in my sobriety today.” Marya Hornbacher, author of Waiting: A Nonbeliever’s Higher Power. A History of Agnostic Groups in AA — $18.00 This book is an inspiration for those uncomfortable with the “God bit” in 12 Step recovery meetings and fellowships, a perfect blend of personal experience and research. Alcoholics Anonymous (hardcover) — $10.00  Fourth Edition of the basic text of Alcoholic Anonymous. This is the historic early AA 1939 text plus a collection of 43 personal experiences, strength and hope by recovered alcoholics in the fellowship which takes its name from this book. Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions (paperback) — $8.00  Bill Wilson’s 1952 and 1952 collection of essays  “. . .proposes to broaden and deepen the understanding of the Twelve Steps as first written in the earlier work.” “The Tradition section . . . portrays in some detail the experience which finally produced the Twelve Traditions and so gave A.A. its present form, substance, and unity.” Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions (hardcover) — $10.00