Here are my April 2007 picks for Relaxation Book of the Month. Go ahead and sit down with these great reading selections.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. If you disagree with my selections or want to add your comments, feel free to use the form provided at the bottom of this page. I will personally review your comments and include them on this page for others to see.
My fiction relaxation book of the month for April 2007 is The Last Juror by John Grisham.
It is not a light read like last month's fiction book, but definitely worth your time if you like thrillers. Willie Traynor, the main character, is a 23-year old man who suddenly becomes the owner of the county newspaper.
By sticking to his principles and reporting the truth while covering a local woman's murder, he makes lots of friends, and lots of enemies.
John Grisham gives you plenty of detail to help you picture the 1970s in a small town in Mississippi but holds back on those endless descriptive paragraphs.
All in all, the pace is a little slow, but it is a good thriller. I recommend it.
My non-fiction pick for April 2007 is Meditation & Relaxation in Plain English by Bob Sharples.
Mr. Sharples gives you his detailed views on relaxation and how meditation can bring great benefits to your life. Some may think that he repeats himself a lot, but he covers several types of meditations and various approaches to improving your meditation skills.
He talks about breathing, mindfulness, healing, how to cultivate a good heart and many more subjects that touch several of the relaxation techniques that I cover on this website.
I recommend this relaxation book of the month for those who are trying to create a meditation routine and improve their meditation skills.
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