If you are still on the fence about “The No Contact Rule Book” I have a fun little story to tell you.
As a young boy one of my favorite books to read was “Harry Potter.” I remember my mother was the first to tell me about it from a review she read in the paper. So, after begging her for a week straight she went out and bought it for me.
“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”
I read half of the first chapter and put it down.
“What a horrible book. I don’t see what the big fuss is about?” I thought to myself.
I thought people were crazy when they would talk about how great it was.
I didn’t see it.
However, people just kept going on and on about it so after debating long and hard one day I decided to pick it back up again.
Turns out that the first chapter of “Harry Potter” was notoriously known for being bad. But things really started to pick up after that.
Upon completing it I thought the book was a masterpiece.
A 76,944 word masterpiece.
Oh, that reminds me.
Guess how long “The No Contact Rule Book” is?
It’s a little over 70,000 words!
In other words, it’s almost as long as the first Harry Potter book.
Why did I tell you that story?
I wanted you to see the lengths I was willing to go to for you so that every one of your questions was answered and every aspect of the no contact rule was covered.
In other words, I wrote a novel about the no contact rule.
Kinda like Harry Potter except it’s not fiction ;) .