One book with two covers, 50 Reasons to Quit Smoking/50Reasons to Keep Smoking dissects this social dilemma bypassionately, provocatively and apparently arguing both sides. There are still nearly four million adult smokers in Australia,despite a glut of conventional self-help books and socialostracising. This hilarious but hard-hitting book is a cleverlydisguised use of negative reinforcement that will help smokersreach the decision to quit - as the book's publisher, a veteransmoker of nearly 20 years, can attest. Huge publicity, great sales and an AO for Melbourne author,journalist, columnist, comedian, broadcaster and passionatereformed smoker Fiona Scott-Norman are surely just a puff,stub and smoke ring away. The book is the first title in the Two Sides series, which willtackle a new social quandary every six months. Next up 50Reasons to be Monogamous/50 Reasons to Shag About.