G. Andrew Smith


Mr. Smith has lived the greater part of his life in the Pacific Northwest. At the end of what was a veritable thirty year train wreck on the Addiction-to-Heroin Limited, he settled in Seattle where he now writes, relishes the natural beauty of the place, and surrounds himself w/ a few, very good, old friends. He is passionate about the environment and sees America's addiction to consumerism, along with corporate obstinance and greed, as the bane of our beautiful blue oasis Earth. He is a bachelor and has no children.


OWL A True Story About Heroin Addiction, Mother Nature, Magic and Miracles . . . Among Other Things
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 50,930. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » New Age » Supernatural, Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
magical realism set in the wild, ancient boreal forest of the northwest, a place where "magic abides, potent and real as the rocks". a true story of confession that takes the reader through the nightmare of heroin addiction as the age of aquarius imploded, ending with a phenomenon of redemption, supernatural, spontaneous and sprung from the primordial forest like a toadstool after an autumn rain

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