Here is a list of books that I really love and had a part in changing me into what I am today. I think all of these books are awesome. Some of them I could not get into until a few years after I first picked them up and are totally worth the wait until I was ready for them. They all spoke to me and grabbed my attention at certain times and I am grateful for them :) If anyone has any other books they love that I have not listed, please let me know!
Wayne Dyer - “Power of Intention”, “Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life”, “Wishes Fulfilled”, “10 Secrets for Success & Inner Peace”, “Being in Balance”, “The Shift”, “Excuses Begone”
James Redfield - “The Celestine Prophecy”
Anita Moorjani - “Dying To Be Me”
Bob Proctor - “It’s Not About the Money”
Jack Canfield - “Sucess Principles”, “The Aladdin Factor”
Neale Donald Walsch - “Conversations With God” Series, “When Everything Changes, Change Everything”, “The Only Thing That Matters”
Esther & Jerry Hicks - “The Law of Attraction”, “Finding the Path to Joy Through Energy Balance”, “Living the Art of Allowing”
Napolean HIll - “Think and Grow Rich”
Wallace Wattles - “The Science of Getting Rich”
Charles Haanel - “The Master Key System”
Eckhart Tolle - “The Power of Now”, “A New Earth”
Harriet Braiker - “The Disease to Please”
Lao Tzu - “Tao Te Ching”
Nikos Kazantzakis - “Saint Francis”
Caroline Myss - “Anatomy of the Spirit”
Michael Newton - “Journey of Souls”, “Destiny of Souls”
Brian Weiss - “Many Lives, Many Masters”, “Sames Souls, Many Bodies”
Relationships: James “Bucky” Barnes/Steve Rogers, Peggy Carter/Angie Martinelli, Mr. Proctor/Rebecca Barnes Proctor, Rebecca Barnes Proctor/Original Female Character, Peggy Carter & Steve Rogers, Peggy Carter & Rebecca Barnes Proctor, Howard Stark & Rebecca Barnes Proctor, James “Bucky” Barnes & Rebecca Barnes Proctor & Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanov/Sam Wilson
Tags: Slice of Life, Period Typical Attitudes, Recovery, Artificial Intelligence, Jewish Bucky Barnes, New York City, Canon-Typical Violence, Hospitals, Sexual Content, Pregnancy, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - PTSD, Post-Captain America: Civil War (Movie)
Summary: This is the story of a sister and her brother.As the shadow of the war fades and gives way to new conflicts, Becca Barnes battles the constraints of the twentieth century: an education, a marriage, a career, with the ghosts of her youth never far from her memory. As the twenty-first century barrels on through its awkward teenage phase, Bucky Barnes builds a new life, with new friends, and a burgeoning relationship with his lifelong companion Steve, the erstwhile Captain America, as they struggle to find their place in the world.
The last time Becca saw her brother was on the eve of war; neither of them expected, some seventy-something years, a hip replacement, and one new arm later, to be reunited.This is a story about family.