I just finished reading "The 5 Lessons A Millionaire Taught Me About Life And Wealth" by Richard Paul Evans. Excellent, and I am reading it a second time.
I am a loyal fan of Richard Paul Evans. I think one of his first books was "The Christmas Box" (I've read that too). He is now doing a series of five books. The first one is "The Walk" (2010); the second..."Miles To Go" (2011) which is a continuation of the first book. The 3rd book of the series comes out May 8, 2012 "The Road To Grace." It is written in first person, which I love, and it's about a man who is walking from Seattle, Washington to Key West, Florida.
His books truly uplift and inspire me. I am also currently juggling two other books, "Riches Within Your Reach" by Robert Collier and "Every Day A Friday" by Joel Osteen.
I cannot stress enough how important I find it to read inspirational books. It strengthens my love of life. Reading about others' mistakes, experiences and lessons they learned from their circumstances confirms how human we all are, and how we can always start over, and share what we have learned.
Thanks for a great question from this hubber who just loves to read! Blessings, Sparklea :)