Stop Smoking: Diary of a Quitter
‘Stop Smoking: Diary of a Quitter’ is a personal journey of the author’s experience of quitting the smoking of cigarettes after smoking for twenty eight years. This is a self help book aimed at those who want to quit smoking but are not sure if they can quit successfully. In addition there are some rather amusing poems, songs and office graffiti distractions to help the reader in difficult moments.
Some of the material used was through posts made onto an internet stop smoking forum. When the author looked back over the posts he had made, he realised the potential value of talking about his feelings and experience in ‘real time’ as it were. How did a person feel after three days of quitting as opposed to three weeks for example?
England joined other countries in banning smoking in public places from July 2007. There is clearly a message being cast around the world that smoking is now considered as an anti-social habit. As more and more people want to quit smoking, this straight talking book offers some serious but sensible advice, from observation and personal experience, along with some light hearted humour.
‘Stop Smoking: Diary of a Quitter’ is in electronic formats only (saving lots of trees, carbon footprints etc) and is available via Synergebooks at http://www.synergebooks.com . It will cost you less than a packet of 20 cigarettes (UK) and possibly save you the cost of a three bedroom house. So what have you got to lose other than a smoker’s cough?