Stop Smoking: Diary of a Quitter

Stop Smoking: Diary of a Quitter

by Shane Ward
     
 

This self-help book is a personal journey of the author's experience of quitting cigarettes after smoking for twenty-eight years. It will identify and guide you through the most common pitfalls of quitting as well as give weapons to beat the nicotine monster. And if that's not enough, there are some fun poems, songs and office graffiti thrown in to distract you while… See more details below

Overview

This self-help book is a personal journey of the author's experience of quitting cigarettes after smoking for twenty-eight years. It will identify and guide you through the most common pitfalls of quitting as well as give weapons to beat the nicotine monster. And if that's not enough, there are some fun poems, songs and office graffiti thrown in to distract you while you quit.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780744313161
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
06/01/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

The answer to the question was in his head somewhere but before he could find it he needed to discover the question.
The quest to find the question started at age 16 and ended up some 24 years later with the book ‘The Philosophy of the Tarot For The 21st Century’. The revelation of the question – and the subsequent answer - resides in this book.
Aside from books, Shane composes music, which also appears to lean toward the esoteric. The Magic Symphony and Planet Suite 3rd Millennium are two works currently available. His musical ‘The House of Frankenstein’ was composed in 2010. Shane continues to compose.
Shane is married to his wife, Sharon, and is devoted to her and also to several computers. He has four children, five grandchildren and a mortgage. He says he will never be pigeon-holed for two reasons; firstly he is not a pigeon and secondly he does not like holes. He believes that doing nothing is rarely an appropriate option, that success arrives when failure stops paying attention and considers sleep is an inconvenience but apparently necessary to avoid looking like a zombie over the breakfast table.

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