The Gift of Sobriety | Rose B.

by | Jan 23, 2019 | Book of the Week | 2 comments

Rose B. Reflects on Own Transformation and Journey to Sobriety to Inspire and Help Others Overcome Alcohol Abuse

“The Gift of Sobriety: A Spiritual Transformation” is also set to be displayed during one of the largest book fairs in the country.

In her memoir, Rose B. (not her real name) opens up about the highs and lows of alcoholism and the battle in order to overcome it. She openly details her personal and spiritual transformation to sobriety from the first time she attended an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting and the nine months that followed.

In The Gift of Sobriety, she talks about deep and sensitive accounts of her journey as well as spiritual experiences and reflections from the topics that were discussed in the AA meetings that she took part in. Readers will find how her journey brought her from being broken to living a life filled with hope and renewal.

Her inspiring memoir also goes beyond retelling her life-changing journey and transformation. Rose B. also includes practical tools that will help those who are also fighting their own battles as well as blessing other people, seeking God’s grace for personal change in troubling relationships, and finding guidance in one’s own spiritual path. Because of this, readers will get to find purpose and direction in their lives through the author’s experiences and insights.

As she prepares for the upcoming 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Rose B. also extends her participation during the fair through a book signing event that will take place on April 13, 2019 12:30 pm -1:30 pm. Through this opportunity, readers and book fair attendees will get to meet the author herself and know more about her book.

The Gift of Sobriety: A Spiritual Transformation

Written by: Rose B.
Published by: ReadersMagnet
Published date: September 13, 2018
Paperback price: $8.74
Kindle Price: $3.99
Hardcover Price: $13.51
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About the Author

Rose loves to learn. In fact, she has dedicated her life to learning, teaching, and analyzing data for many organizations. She earned a BA in psychology, an MA in counseling, an EdD in quantitative methods in educational psychology from the University of California at Berkeley and a Ph.D. in integral energy medicine from Holos Graduate School. She worked for 30 years at a campus in the California State University system. She enjoys playing the piano, meditation, gardening and spending time with family and friends.

Quote: Readers will find how the author’s journey and transformation brought her from being broken to living a life filled with
hope and renewal.


  1. Harriet

    Is this a good book? While I love reading through accounts of authors’ personal experiences, I commonly get major ick with grammar and other technical issues.

    • faye

      Hi! I’ve finished this book and it’s really heartwarming. I didn’t encounter any significant issues that affected my reading experience.


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