Here are my September 2008 recommendations for the Relaxation Book of the Month. Go ahead and enjoy this fiction book and this non-fiction book.
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My non-fiction relaxation book of the month for September 2008 is The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles.
After watching The Secret (Extended Edition) and reading the book The Secret from Rhonda Byrne not too long ago, I felt that everyone deserved to know about this book that was published over a century ago.
Everyone can become rich as it's a matter of natural and exact laws at play. You simply have to learn these laws and let them make a rich person out of you.
Sounds too good to be true? It's as exact as gravity but you need to use your thoughts to make it happen. Think positive and grab a copy of the book for more details.
My fiction relaxation book of the month for September 2008 is the Drowning Man by Margaret Coel.
This New York Times bestselling author tells the tale of ancient petroglyphs and other aboriginal artifacts being stolen. The Drowning Man is estimated to be worth a quarter of a million dollars but it's priceless to the people who it was stolen from, the Arapahos.
The descriptions can be a little lengthy at times but the story takes you through the lives of the local white priest and an aboriginal lawyer who do all they can to help the Arapahos deal with the theft, a jailed criminal and murders.
Well worth a read.
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