Addiction Recovery Books are a very powerful resource for your recovery.

Addiction Recovery BooksI own a large selection of addiction recovery books and refer back to them on a regular basis. Work books, daily readings, sober living books and 12 Step Books give me so much information and inspiration that I feel this is a vital part of recovery.

As I start my blogging I will  be sharing some addiction recovery books reviews and advise which ones I believe are a must have.

I will build on all these pages soon! Just getting started!




  1. Jeff Vande Zande says:

    Dear Lynne,

    I am an author from the state, and my new novel, Detroit Muscle, tells the story of Robby Cooper, an OxyContin addict just out of rehab trying to put his life back together.

    I would love to share a review PDF copy with you… maybe to be reviewed for your blog.

    In the end, the novel is a story of hope and triumph over addiction.

    Here’s a little longer description:

    An addict just out of rehab, Robby Cooper has debts to pay and apologies to make. His ex-girlfriend is carrying his child, but wants nothing to do with him. He has no job and no prospects for finding one.

    As Robby struggles to jump-start his life on the crumbling streets of Detroit, his grandfather Otto asks Robby to drive him to northern Michigan under the guise of a brief fly-fishing trip. However, the stops that Otto asks Robby to make along the way begin to span across decades, shedding light on the darker parts of his family’s history and the demons they’ve each battled. The further north they travel, the closer Robby and Otto get to their interwoven, intangible truths.

    Detroit Muscle journeys the maps that are those we love while navigating addiction, recovery, forgiveness, and, finally, redemption. With precise dialogue and unflinching honesty, this novel places the reader alongside Robby as he treks between the regrets of his past and the dreams for his future.

    A story of hope, humanity, flawed characters and the people that love them despite their mistakes, Vande Zande reminds us that maps can only be charted after the path has first been journeyed. Any person that has ever felt lost, or as though they are on the wrong road, will find strength in the powerful message that Detroit Muscle delivers.

    Let me know your thoughts!


    Jeff Vande Zande

    • Lynne says:

      Hi Jeff

      Oh yes I would love to read it and review it for you! I love reading and of course I love anything to do with recovery and spreading the message of hope.

      I don’t have Kindle though? Can you email it to me?

    • Jeff Vande Zande says:

      Hi Lynne,

      I didn’t come back and check on this message. Yes, I can email it to you. What’s your email address? Feel free to reach me at



      • Lynne says:

        Hey Jeff

        My email address is 🙂

      • Jeff Vande Zande says:

        Should be in your inbox now!



        • Lynne says:

          Thanks Jeff, I received it!

        • Jeff Vande Zande says:

          Glad that it arrived!

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