I love the books. I jest loves em! Though I find I read in cycles - sometimes a lot, other times - not so much. Sometimes I can power through a book in half a day, other times, it takes months. Some go forever unfinished. Others re-read frequently. Here's some of my favorites, past, present and future. Enjoy!

I owe Anah great thanks for the gift of this book. So far, it's fantastic - definitely in line with my beliefs and philosophies, with some great new tools to enact in my life.
I picked this up after reading 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari', another of Sharma's best-sellers. This book forces you to look at everything in your life that irritates you, that stresses you out, that presses your buttons and everything else that you dislike about yourself as “vehicles that carry the lessons you need to learn” and hence empowering you to move on to the next level of self-discovery. Plus it's a fun story to read (surfer rules!)
Ekhart Tolle's message is simple: living in the now is the truest path to happiness and enlightenment. And while this message may not seem stunningly original or fresh, Tolle's clear writing, supportive voice, and enthusiasm make this an excellent manual for anyone who's ever wondered what exactly "living in the now" means. It may take a lifetime to integrate the principles, but it only takes a few days to read the book!
In The Four Agreements shamanic teacher and healer Don Miguel Ruiz exposes self-limiting beliefs and presents a simple yet effective code of personal conduct learned from his Toltec ancestors. Full of grace and simple truth, this beautiful little book is a must-read for the whole planet.
It's all so simple when you reduce it to the level of Pooh! The Tao of Pooh boils the Taoist faith down into simple truths, each using Pooh and his friends to explain them in easy, bite-sized pieces. Some of the examples are original to author Benjamin Hoff's book, while others are lifted directly from the original text by A.A. Milne. Very creative, and a fine introduction to the teachings of Lao Tzu.

In this wonderfully crafted story, Sharma tells the tale of a lawyer facing a spiritual crisis in his out-of-balance life. He travels to an ancient culture, and undergoes a transformation. He later returns to North America where he shares the wise and pragmatic lessons that he has learned. The themes are fairly simple, but Sharma's way of putting it together makes it an easy and fulfilling read.
The Celestine Prophecy has been aroud for ages, and in my experience most people either love it or hate it. Told in a simplistic way, the easily digestible guidance and perspectives shared in this book quickly made it a best seller. I highly recommend it!
I've seen Dr. Dyer's TV shows and read enough of his work to feel an alignment between his teachings, and my own beliefs. I don't expect it to be a 'light read', and I'm really looking forward to it!