Inspiring and courageous stories demonstrating the various ways women alcoholics found sobriety in AA. Includes stories of early AA pioneers and by some of the first female members.
Voices of Women in AA is a collection of 61 stories from Grapevine. The soft cover book begins with articles by or about women who contributed to AA early in its history, followed by stories by some of the program’s earliest female members. Sections are devoted to spirituality, sponsorship, life changes, relationships, family, careers and friendships. The collection concludes with a chapter devoted to women’s meetings. The stories demonstrate the various ways women alcoholics—often with great courage—find sobriety in AA and embrace the program to live rich and rewarding lives.