Andrew Thomas

Biography

Born in Britain, Andrew Thomas is a self published non-fiction author who grew up in Zambia and South Africa.

He returned to England as a young man, where he served with The Parachute Regiment for four years. As well as military service, Thomas has worked in manufacturing, the pub trade, and now works for a major airline in customer service.

Quit Smoking Forever is a guidebook based on Thomas' personal attempts, and final success at beating his own nicotine addiction.

Smashwords Interview

When did you start writing?
Around 2010 I started writing a few articles for Helium and Triond to let off some steam after I lost my online business in the recession of 2008. I self-published my first ebook through Smashwords in September of 2012. All my life I have enjoyed reading something or the other. I remember my Dad buying me piles of comic books when I was really small, which I loved to bits! This lead to me enjoying reading and writing all through my school years. English was the only subject at school I was ever any good at!
What are you going to write about?
The things that matter to me deeply, which I feel I have some experience of and would like to share with those that may be interested. That means the sport of long distance running, starting up and running your own business, the reality of God and the Bible, and setting and accomplishing your own personal goals.
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Books

Quit Smoking Forever
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,410. Language: British English. Published: September 28, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Healthcare issues, Nonfiction » Inspiration » General self-help
(5.00)
Can you afford to ignore your health and happiness any longer? No gimmicks, no hypnotherapy, no nicotine replacement therapy, no fairytale endings - just a realistic approach to freeing yourself from nicotine addiction forever.

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