Books

I am a writer, an author and a reader. I love books! 

On this page I have listed books I have written along with my personal favorite books. 

Also, occasionally and for fun, I offer a book study group that meets on Monday nights online 7pm-8pm EST. 

We are currently meeting for the month of March 2017 for the 4 Mondays in March to read Lovingly in the Hands of the Father by Evelyn Whitell. 

In May 2017, we will meet for 5 Mondays. 

Gorgeous for God: Awakening through A Course in Miracles

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imgres“Thanks to Lisa Natoli for writing this book!!! For the past 15 years I have been on a spiritual quest, always looking outside of myself for answers. My life was overflowing with conflict and I was angry at everything and everybody. I started reading ACIM but I found it so hard to read and a little confusing, then I bought this book and it’s been my savings grace. I have read it 4 times, and actually, every time I finish it, I just open to the beginning and start again!! Lisa gets straight to the point, doesn’t mince words and I so love that she gives us examples of conflict etc in her own life and how she’s applied ACIM principles. So if you’re done with conflict and want inner peace, read this little nugget of gold – it’s fabulous!!!” -Kath Menegon

“Highly recommend reading Lisa Natoli`s book.. It really makes you think about the big picture in a completely different way. Love it!” -Elin Hansen 

It Matters Totally: Healing Food Addiction with A Course in Miracles 

41fyc1cb6fl-_sy344_bo1204203200_imgres“I am a recovering food addict, in fact, I will be in recovery for the rest of my life (!). So, when books like It Matters Totally comes around, I love to read them – because they inspire me to continue on. It Matters Totally is actually quite interesting – it is a mixture of “down to earth approaches” mixed in with a belief that a power that is higher than yourself will help you get through your food issues/addictions. This book is touching – and, while, at times, I felt it was a little heavy handed, it nonetheless made me stop and think about quite a few things that, frankly, I had never even thought of to look and examine. You can tell that this book was written deep from the heart (and from some very personal experiences). I found myself answering the questions and taking some serious time to reflect on just how I am living my life and how it can contribute to my eating disorder. This book was the perfect tool to keep me on the right road and I am grateful for the brave people who can write a book about such a difficult and personal subject.” -Tina 


My favorite Course in Miracles book: 

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