I want to reiterate a point. Do not limit your readings to bowling per se when it comes to maximizing your bowling.
Various martial arts, meditation are some other areas that are centered on focus.
Len Mal, a very well regarded coach once told me that "The best book on bowling was Heise's "Bowl Better Using Self Hypnosis". The point is there are mental disciplines to help you use the correct part of your brain to bowl.
Len continues to coach Pro's and amateurs alike and is a nationally respected coach.
Always note the sources in the Bibliography for additional references to build your knowledge base.
There was a very good set of articles available on the PBS website, some of them have expired. There were programs on the mental side of sports performance. Don't let the analytical brain do your bowling, it's job is to plan, it is not designed to facilitate smooth athletic moves.
Read what thread remain at -http://www.pbs.org/saf/1206/resources/resources-2.htm
This should spur your imagination.
I would bet the ranch that any baseball infielder that is having trouble throwing the ball to first base is thinking about it. You do not think it, you do it. The brain is computer #1, it has segments designed to do certain tasks, e.g. solve a mystery, breath, etc . When a quarterback throws a pass he does not think about the proper wrist motion or leading the receiver, those processes are honed in practice until they become automatic.
If you can truly focus on the execution and not the result, that is a huge plus. The best feeling is the feeling of no feeling, those will be your very best shots. The old saying "trust is a must or your game is a bust" say's it all.
Take care -