Sundays at 2:00-3:00 PM EST
Moderator/Facilitator: Harriet Hunter

About the Meeting:

Each Sunday, moderator/facilitator Harriet Hunter reads an excerpt from her book of daily meditations, Miracles of Recovery. She invites participants to talk about what the reading means to them personally. The meeting aims to share visitors’ experience, strength and hope with one another. No need to have the book to participate—the only criteria is your willingness to join!

About the Facilitator: Harriet Hunter

Harriet spends much of her time working with other alcoholics and has mentored and coached hundreds of women behind prison walls, through sponsorship, and by being of service. Wherever she is needed is where she can be found. This includes “Journaling with a Purpose,” a six-week course which Harriet facilitates. Visit Encouraging and helpful, Harriet carries the message of sobriety by reinforcing the necessity and importance of having a change of perspective at every turn. She sums it up: “My God, My sobriety and Me are the three most important things in my life today.”

Harriet is a participating member of FAPA (Florida Authors and Publishers), where she received her distinguished President’s Medal-Award in August 2019. She is also a member of Tallahassee Writers Association (TWA).

You can find Harriet in her kitchen, on the golf course, at the movies, or with her friends. She lives with her dog northwest of Tallahassee, Florida. Learn more about Harriet by visiting or her profiles on Facebook, Twitter(@Elizza6) and LinkedIn, all under the same name.

Miracles of Recovery, Harriet’s 2018 book of 365 daily inspirations, is becoming a sought-after daily read on Amazon. An audiobook format of this title along with a beautiful inspirational 365 day Calendar and two further ebooks are all available at

Join us on Sundays at 2:00 PM EST!


Miranda is the Product Manager for In The Rooms. Since the beginning of 2019, she has helped In The Rooms advance its technology, branding and user experience. Miranda received her masters degree in Marketing Psychology from Regent's University London. She currently resides in North Carolina, where she spends most of her time cuddling her pit bull puppy.

1 Comment

  1. So glad to see Harriet Hunter featured on your inspirational and valuable website. I have found real personal help through her wonderful book, “The Miracles Of Recovery” and happy to know there will be a Podcast in the Talk Show Format! Hooray!

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