The New York Times bestseller from the author ofHelp, Thanks, Wow, Hallelujah Anyway, Almost Everything, and Dusk, Night, Dawn. Lamott's long-awaited collection of new and selected essays on hope, joy, and grace.
Anne Lamott writes about faith, family, and community in essays that are both wise and irreverent. It’s an approach that has become her trademark. Now in Small Victories, Lamott offers a new message of hope that celebrates the triumph of light over the darkness in our lives. Our victories over hardship and pain may seem small, she writes, but they change us—our perceptions, our perspectives, and our lives. Lamott writes of forgiveness, restoration, and transformation, how we can turn toward love even in the most hopeless situations, how we find the joy in getting lost and our amazement in finally being found.
Profound and hilarious, honest and unexpected, the stories in Small Victoriesare proof that the human spirit is irrepressible.
This is without a doubt the book of the year. She keeps out doing her self. What a great book for the holidays.55
Why diss our former president? if i want neg comments i"ll go to msnbc:)25
I have always enjoyed the musings of Anne Lamott, and was happy to see she had written a new book. But instead of pithy insights, she wrote a great deal of her disdain for George Bush. If I had wanted to read a critique of him, I could have chosen a political book. This was a disappointment and I do not recommend it.15