Find inspiration anywhere, at any time, with Hazelden Publishing’s Morning Light / Night Light app combining two celebrated daily meditation books for people in recovery from addiction into a single app. That makes a total of 732 daily meditations (366 for morning and 366 for night)! At the touch of a fingertip, Morning Light / Night Light delivers inspirational messages to begin and end your day, making it easy to focus on your sobriety wherever you are. Practicing the Twelve Steps has never been more accessible. What Users Are Saying: “Wonderful inspirations for each morning and evening. I usually read both at the same time. Like getting a fortune that makes sense.” “I’ve owned the print version of Night Light for years now, and it is one of my favorite daily meditation books. Excellent app and well worth the investment! I hope more of these books are developed in app form!” “Wonderful! Beautiful wisdom, and the quotes are great! I really like this app!” Features: PRESS the “Today” button to access today’s messages. SWIPE forward or back to easily access more daily messages. SWITCH between morning and night meditations, favorites, and search results using the sun/moon icon. SHARE the daily messages with friends through an automated synch to your e-mail or text. BOOKMARK your favorite meditations (press the star in the upper right-hand corner) and easily return to them (press the star in the bottom toolbar). SEARCH for relevant keywords in both morning and night messages. RECEIVE a notification every day to remind you to read today’s messages. JUMP to a specific meditation using the calendar (press the date in the top toolbar). SHAKE your device to bring up a random message of inspiration and support. Search the App Store for other daily meditation apps from Hazelden Publishing, including Twenty-Four Hours a Day, A Day at a Time, Touchstones (for men in recovery), and Each Day a New Beginning (for women in recovery). About Amy E. Dean Amy E. Dean is the best-selling author of several meditation books, including Morning Light and Night Light, and is an in-demand speaker on recovery topics and self-esteem.