Welcome to The Stop Don't Quit Blog

This is your blog. I am a smoker who has stopped smoking. Regardless of where you are at in your smoking career, this blog is dedicated to you and your mission to stop. How you got here is irrelevant, what matters is that you are here and whether you like it or not, it's time to kick the habit before it leads to you kicking the bucket! I have written a book on the subject called How to Stop Smoking Without Killing Anyone and this blog is the companion piece. It is a place where you can join in the conversation of getting past the smoking addiction and then all addiction once and for all and add years and quality to your life. Thank you for being here. Enjoy, Participate, Grow and Learn!

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Darcie Lynn's Book Exchange Now Carrying How To Stop Smoking Without Killing Anyone

Darcie Lynn's Book Exchange now carries my book How To Stop Smoking Without Killing Anyone.  Darcie Lynn's is the biggest little book store in Yucaipa, CA.  So, next time you're in Yucaipa or the Inland Empire stop in and pick up a copy!  Especially, if you're not the Amazon ordering type!

In other news, I was at Darcie Lynn's Paperback Exchange yesterday with two other writers doing a book signing.  It was a great event, had a lot of fan and laughs plus I was able to meet with some truely great people.

They called the event, fittingly, the "T'Ides of March."

With me yesterday was my father, Vernon Bradley author of From The Frying Pan To The Jacuzzi, a book designed to help you create your ideal relationship and then maintain it!

Also in attendance was Tegon Maus, remodeler/contractor by day and Fantasy Writer by night.  Tegon was there to promote "The Gift - The Chronicles of Tucker Littlefield." An action adventure fantasy quest like nothing you've ever read before!

Tegon Maus to the right, Vernon Bradley center
So to wrap this up, I will say this.  America was founded on and stays intact because of small business.  This country has always been about the freedom of the individual to create the life they want and be able to flourish and prosper.  If you life in the Inland Empire or find yourself there, make sure to pop in to Darcie Lynn's, pick up a book for yourself (they have all kinds) and visit with Andrew the owner.  And if you're not in the area, make sure you're supporting your local businesses.  Yes, we all need to go to Target, but make sure you're flowing some love and cash towards the backbone of America.

Lastly, the Internet allows the opportunity for so many to create and publish their own work which otherwise would not have had that chance and opportunity.  Make sure you support your local artists, musicians and writers.  Give them every opportunity to entertain you, take you on a quest, enhance your marriage or help you kick a habit!  Buy their works and take in their writings.  If you don't like it, the good news is you can always take your copy to Darcie Lynn's Book Exchange and trade it for something else!

1 comment:

Vern Bradley said...

The gentleman holding both my book and David's book is my almost best friend (a good joke from yesterday!) who drove on his motorcycle some distance and took some of his personal and precious time to come and promote us and make us laugh! At both him and ourselves. His name is Kirk, so as David said above, BE A KIRK in your local community!