Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting!
It's pretty old now, but I still like "Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting" by Lynn Grabhorn. But with some of my big-time Law of Attraction friends, sometimes I think maybe it's just me?
But I actually like the way it doesn't get all vibrational energy and channeling-oriented - it's good for my friends who think all this stuff is stupid (or BS). I like Abraham, but this book is simple, and understandable, and reminds me of what to do when I am forgetting to feeeeeeeeeel my way into what I want. I can even share it with my friends who are more religious, because it doesn't conflict.
I really love the part where she is talking about her tenants who were behind on their rent, and she was really mad about it, but didn't know what to do about it until she remembered to think about what she liked about them, and then when she got home later that night, they had the rent check for her! (And maybe even had a new job, so they could keep paying the rent in the future, I'm not sure?)
Anyways, I think it is a good book for a little pick-me-up, or when you want to share these ideas with a friend. It's actually one of the first books I ever read on the subject, even though I already knew about Abraham at the time.