are some sites that every AA online probably visits from time to
time. Meditations, the Big Book«, and sites that explore the roots of
AA. I hope to add many more links to this page. If you discover a
site you think should be posted here, please e-mail me with the
URL. I'll be glad to add a link.
This link takes you straight to a site that
features a copy of the Big Book. If you're not sure you're an
alcoholic, or have questions about AA, then this is the best
place to start.
What AA'er doesn't start his/her day with a
reading from this little book, eh? Now you can get it online
meeting in print." I'm excited about this new website.
Stories for the AA Grapevine
Now you can
find out what the Grapevine publishers need for the next issues!!
This site has information on how and where to submit articles as
well as the length requirements and other information needed for
You may have
to download some software to listen to these, but I think it's
worth the time. There's even one of Bill W. giving a speech in
1951. I DARE you to tell your sponsor you had a chance to listen
to Bill W. and didn't take the time!!
A place to
explore the roots of AA history. Awe-inspiring! I get goose bumps every time I visit this site.
Get your very own sobriety anniversary chip to
post on your own website or e-mail to your friends, sponsees, or
sponsor on their anniversary. Nice gift to share with someone
A website for learning more about the
miraculous history of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Recovery Links Page
This site is still under construction at the
moment, but it holds some promise...
Anonymous: A Photographic Journey Through Its History
This site is truly a "must see" for
all of the fellowship!! Impressive and a wonderful compilation of
photographs are shared with us here. You'll want to come back to
this site again and again!
Favorite Alcoholics Anonymous History Links and Other A.A.
Thanks for sharing this site with us Mitchell!
The legwork was certainly done on this wonderful site. Lots of
our fellowship's early history and a host of other memorabilia
and links to other history sites for AA. Bravo Mitchell!!!
The Road of
This site was rather hard to classify, but it
has an abundance of our literature for your reading enjoyment,
plus a few extras. Thanks to Thom G. for creating this great web
Heard @ a Meeting
Here is an interesting site that features
quotes submitted by AA members. You'll find quotes that will make
you laugh, and quotes that will make you cry. This is a very nice
concept and a site you'll want to visit often. Thanks for sharing!
Are Not a Glum Lot
Doug and Charles have put together a wonderful
site here!! There is a great big list of AA birthdays and e-mail
addresses so that AAer's can visit each day and send
congratulations to anniversary celebrants. What a fantastic idea!
The site also has some AA history, humor, sobriety calculator,
and trivia. What a beautiful example of service work! Thanks Doug
and Charles for sharing your time and talents with us!
Please feel free to send me e-mail.
I have made a commitment to be of
service to all who reach out.
My ICQ number is 1065581.
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edited on: May 01, 2004