Book Tour – How To Seduce Your Wife by Andy Gibney

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Thanks to 3PPublishing and Emma Mitchell I’m delighted to be involved in this book tour.


For twelve years Andy Gibney was a therapist.

His first clients wanted help with phobias, stopping smoking and losing weight, but gradually more and more people came to see him with depression and anxiety. Andy realised that the cause of many of their problems could be traced back to the quality of their relationships.

Coming out of a long term relationship himself, Andy found himself on the dating scene a scene in which the internet had changed everything.

Andy found many new experiences were now available to him and as such much of this book comes from the experiences of his old clients and his own interesting adventures in the new era of social media and dating.

Love in the 21st Century can be a tricky devil, but you’ll learn to thrive and not just survive with this book, which will challenge many of the beliefs you have about love.

  • Why do people have affairs and how do you stop your partner from having one?
  • How do you start dating again after a long relationship ends?
  • What do women really expect from romance?

Whether you’re single, in a long term relationship or in the first throes of lust, the answers to all of these questions, and many more, are inside.

It’s a book every man can learn from and every woman will want to read.

How to Seduce Your  Wife By Andy Gibney

Trade Paper: ISBN 978-0-9931748-0-3 Price: £9.99  EBook: ISBN 978-0-9931748-1-0 Price: £ 2.99 Release Date: 7th February 2015

Buy it here


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Andy Gibney spent twelve years as a therapist (NLP Practitioner and is also trained in Nonviolent Communication). Using stories gleaned from his business life, he wrote and published his first book. His second book followed and it was at this point that Andy decided to set up his own publishing house, and, in 2015, 3P Publishing was born. Andy is a huge martial arts fan and when he isn’t helping other authors realise their publishing dreams, or writing his own books, he can be found at his martial arts centre in Kettering where he teaches Jeet Kune Do. He is a keen runner and has completed several marathons, the Tough Mudder challenge and many other physical endurance events. Andy is also a professional motivational speaker and is never too far from a packet of biscuits.

Here is an excerpt of my favourite answers from the Question and Answer session

What is the first book you remember reading or having read to you?

I can’t remember exactly, but I absolutely loved Ladybird books and I’ve started collecting second-hand ones now.

Who is your favourite literary character?

Batman was the first that came to mind. I like the James Bond books too.When I was young I used to read lots of books by JT Edson, an author who wrote loads of Westerns, but lived in Melton Mowbray. He had a character called Belle Starr (based on the real woman) that I liked. Funnily enough I love Inspector Morse, but found him quite unlikeable in the books. I guess John Thaw did too good a job on the tv versions.

 Which book have you always meant to get around to reading, but still not read?

There are so many. Pride and  Prejudice probably. I’m also catching up on many of Agatha Christie’s books after neglecting her for so many years.

Who would be at your dream dinner party (alive, dead or fictional)?

Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Thomas Edison, Bruce Lee, my mum (because she’d like to meet Elvis and Marilyn too and I wouldn’t want to leave her out), Stan Lee, Roald Dahl and James May.

What is the most important item you require for a quiet night in?

Silence – It sounds facetious, but it’s not. With silence you have space to choose what you want to do: read, watch a movie or just think, but you need the silence first.

What is your favourite biscuit?

Half chocolate Viennese shortbread or in a pinch, a chocolate Hobnob.

Tea or Coffee?

Neither. Haven’t touched caffeine for a dozen years. I am partial to hot chocolate though.

Happy Reading everyone don’t forget to comment and  reviews on Goodreads

Thanks for popping by.





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