AA Grapevine eBooks

Choose from a wide selection of AA Grapevine ebooks available in Apple iBooks, NOOK book and Kindle Edition.

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Sober & Out (eBook)

Sober & Out is a collection of stories by AA members who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (and a few friends) from the pages of AA Grapevine.

Grapevine Daily Quote (eBook)

This book captures the first 365 days of the Grapevine Daily Quote, which first appeared in June 2012.

No Matter What: Dealing with Adversity in Sobriety (eBook)

The stories in this book show how AA members use the tools of the program and embrace the Fellowship to deal with tough issues.

One on One: AA Sponsorship in Action (eBook)

In this collection, AA members write about their experience with sponsorship, including how to choose one, sharing with them, & more.

In Our Own Words (eBook)

Coming into AA early in life can have certain challenges. This book is a collection of stories by AA members who got sober in their teens, 20s & early 30s.

The Home Group (eBook)

A collection of Grapevine articles illuminating the varied experiences of belonging to an AA group today.

Voices of Long-Term Sobriety (eBook)

In this collection of stories from AA Grapevine, old-timers share their wealth of experience in staying sober through good times and bad.

Best of the Grapevine, Volume I (eBook)

This eBook features stories selected from the first fifty-five years of Grapevine publication.

Beginners' Book: Getting and Staying Sober (eBook)

In this collection of AA Grapevine stories, AA members share what helped them get sober and handle their new lives of recovery.

The Best of Bill (eBook)

Five well-known essays by AA co-founder Bill W. from the beloved Grapevine book Language of the Heart.

Young & Sober: Stories from AA Grapevine (eBook)

Written by members who got sober in their teens, 20s and 30s, the articles in this book are about growing up young in AA.

Into Action: Stories from AA Grapevine (eBook)

These stories demonstrate the various ways members get active in AA to stay sober, carry the message and live rich and rewarding sober lives.