Books by Marianne Williamson

Released: Nov. 13, 2012

"Though tribes of believers will again take the author's classic soothsaying to heart, it's essentially the same song with slightly different lyrics."
"Finance is just one of the many areas where an increasingly obsolete, materially based worldview is proving inadequate to the challenges of the times in which we live," writes spiritual activist, teacher and author Williamson (A Course in Weight Loss, 2010, etc.), whose concern about the country's fragile financial state has her procuring alternative pathways toward a fulfilling livelihood. Read full book review >
EMMA AND MOMMY TALK TO GOD by Marianne Williamson
Released: May 31, 1996

"By trying in good faith to show no favoritism toward a particular faith, this book should be useful in institutions that receive requests for spiritual books for young children. (Picture book. 2-8)"
It is difficult for a picture book of prayer that attempts to fit almost any monotheistic religion to be successful. Read full book review >
A WOMAN'S WORTH by Marianne Williamson
Released: May 1, 1993

``In writing this book I have no purpose other than a creative spill of my own guts,'' proclaims Williamson at the start of these seven inspirational essays aimed at resurrecting the sacred feminine in today's women. Read full book review >