"The Forum," a Monthly Magazine from Al-anon Family Groups, Will Be Available Electronically in Early December

Available since 1954, Al-Anon’s monthly magazine for friends and family of alcoholics, "The Forum," will be available in early December by annual subscription from Nook.

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"The Forum" magazine by Al-Anon Family Groups

"The Forum" magazine features stories of recovery from Al-Anon members who have lived with the disease of alcoholism in a friend or family member.

Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) November 29, 2013

Al-Anon’s monthly magazine, "The Forum," will be available in early December on the Web from Nook, the Barnes & Noble electronic book store. The magazine, published in hard-copy since 1954, is for anyone who has been affected by someone else’s alcoholism. The cost of an annual electronic subscription is $11. Individual electronic copies are available for $1.49.

"The Forum" magazine features stories of recovery from Al-Anon members who have lived with the disease of alcoholism in a friend or family member. The magazine provides hope, help, and comfort to anyone who may be dealing with alcoholism in a loved one. It complements the support one can find by attending local Al-Anon meetings.

Subscribers will be able to read the electronic version of "The Forum" on Nook hardware readers. With a free Nook app, the magazine will also be accessible on iPads, iPhones, iPod touch handhelds, Android phones (version 2.1 and later), Android tablets, Windows PCs, Mac, and via Web browsers. Although Al-Anon does not endorse Nook or any outside enterprise, at this time, the electronic version of the magazine will only be available from Nook. Al-Anon may offer the electronic version of "The Forum" through other e-book vendors at a later date.

"The Forum" is also available in hard copy, direct from Al-Anon’s online store.

Al-Anon Family Groups are for families and friends who have been affected by the problem drinking of someone close to them. Nearly 16,000 local groups meet every week throughout the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. Al-Anon Family Groups meet in more than 130 countries, and Al-Anon literature is available in more than 40 languages. Al-Anon Family Groups have been offering strength and support to families and friends of alcoholics since 1951. Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. acts as the clearinghouse worldwide for inquiries from those who need help or want information about Al-Anon Family Groups and Alateen, its program for teenage members.

For more information about Al-Anon Family Groups, go to http://www.al-anon.alateen.org, or read a copy of "Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism 2014." Find a local meeting by calling toll-free: 1-888-4AL-ANON.