Conquer Your Addiction

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If you have an addiction that is taking over your life be it smoking, drugs, alcohol, gambling or something else than this little book is here to give you the tools and ideas you need to take it back. Based on the six years experience that I have had surrounded by the worst types of addicts imaginable, I Mikey Lee Ray am here to help. More
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About Mikey Lee Ray

Hi there, Mikey Lee Ray here. I've been passionate about my writing since I started working on my first novel 'Pandora's Market' (published under the name Matthew Schafer in 2006). Since then I've published two full length e-books on Smashwords the first being 'Confessions of a Gaming Attendant' a diary / fiction piece where the protagonist works in the gambling industry and 'How to Lose Money and Irritate People.' While the second e-book had a similar story line it was more comedy based and descends often into fantasy and farce whereas 'COAGA' is more serious.

A good friend Richard Batchelor and I began writing LSD at the end of 2012 and we are now in the process of editing and re-working the first issues so that we can re-release them and then continuing on with new ones once this is done. I hope that you will take a look at some of these stories as I pride myself on my unique writing style, perspective and life experience. I look forward to hearing your feedback if you have read something I've written. - Sincerely, Mikey

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Review by: abigail madison on Jan. 14, 2016 :
Insightful, entertaining and thought provoking, challenging as well I thought. A great read. Would definitely recommend it to people I knew.
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Review by: Brad Westfield on Dec. 12, 2012 :
Some very telling and biting comments about modern life, definitely a unique and new perspective on this subject, that being addiction. Made me think and question a lot of things.
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Review by: Elena Danes on Oct. 29, 2012 :
Greatly enjoyed the text, the author's views are cynical but in most places justifiably so and his brand of humor is just as sobering as any 12 step program. Nice job Mikey. :)
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Review by: Stewart Gillam on Oct. 28, 2012 :
Yes, definitely agree with the author in one respect, Mikey's views and ways of getting at the truth sure are a blunt instrument but when it comes to the subject of addiction really, can we afford to be anything other than blunt? Believable and helpful advice from someone who's clearly been through it himself.
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Review by: James Riddel on Oct. 28, 2012 :
Am not a Marilyn Manson by any means but Mikey's quotes here certainly do seem to fit the topic at hand. Good advice about the world in which we find ourselves today.
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Review by: Jennifer Dixon on Oct. 24, 2012 :
Knowing the author I feel I have a bit of an advantage over other readers so I know a little about what he was going through as he wrote this. It wasn't pretty but I think in this story something really good has at least come out of it and I can't urge the rest of you enough to read it. But modern life is great, all I need is my ipod and my songs and I'm happy as I work out or whatever. :)
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Review by: Chris Sier on Oct. 24, 2012 :
Definitely understand what Mikey is saying about modern life, people nowadays have no imagination so they resort to drugs to try to 'expand their minds' instead. Modern life and modern technology has a lot to answer for, it makes people fat, lazy and stupid. Mikey speaks bluntly but honestly about a serious problem. Five stars for the effort.
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Review by: Barbara Gorska on Oct. 22, 2012 :
Straight from the heart and based on experience. Good advice that will make you examine the way you think.
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Review by: Mitch Morgan on Oct. 16, 2012 :
At last we have a book that tackles addiction at its source – the individual’s own thoughts.
Mikey’s home-spun philosophy cuts through all the crap surrounding many addictions and leaves the reader with the realisation that there is something he or she can do about unwanted habits. His humour and interspersed quotes provide a welcome reality check and I particularly liked, “Addiction is a lie that promises something sweet and then becomes bitter in your mouth.”
A hard-hitting and practical book that is invaluable for anyone wishing genuinely to be free of a compulsion, without the stress of willpower, substitute chemicals or any other device that shifts responsibility away from the individual with the addiction.
A five star rating from me and highly recommended reading.
Complements and validates the views expressed in my own eBook "Quit Smoking For Intelligent People Only."
Well done Mikey!
Mitch Morgan.
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Review by: Rebecca Stafford on Oct. 16, 2012 :
It seems like this guy has really lived and seen and experienced things from this text. His life experience cuts through a biting and darkly satirical writing style on this most serious subject and gets to the heart of the matter, namely the modern day causes for addiction as well as the cures to the disease rather than just the symptoms. 5 stars, I am recommending this to everyone I know. Good work Mikey.
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