Tom's Law: A life fit for living
Tom's Law: A life fit for living

Tom's Law: A life fit for living


Thomas Law

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My mum loved the 1950s movie Somebody Up There Likes Me, the story of Rocky Graziano and his rise to a boxing world title.
I like the movie too and would have loved to title this book Somebody Up There Likes Me because I have been blessed. We had a lot of highs and lows as I grew up; domestic violence was frequent, but we also had a lot of love.
As a young man, I didn’t know that my family lived from one wage to the next or why my dad was not always around, but we had a rich and generally happy childhood.
Although I was often on the receiving end of some harsh treatment, I still have good memories of my childhood.
This book documents my life from my earliest memories as a young man, apprentice electrician, soldier, council worker, business owner, gym manager, and personal and group trainer.
During that time I married the love of my life and we had three children, who have given us six beautiful grandchildren; with another on the way. Life has never been dull.
I hope you enjoy Tom’s Law: A Life Fit For Living. After 21 years in the Australian Army and having been awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his services to training, Tom Law went back to civilian life. For the past 20 years, he has continued to learn about and work in the field of health, wellness and personal training.
Today he works in his own fitness business, Tom’s Law. 

Author: Thomas Law
ISBN: 978-1-922839-14-5 (paperback)
          978-1-922839-41-1 (eBook)
Bind type: Perfect bound 
Trim size: US Trade (152mm x 228mm)
Content stock: 100GSM Uncoated B&W 
Page count: 234 
Cover stock: 235GSM Barry Bleach Board
Spine width: 14.7mm
Cello: Matte

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Christine Wills
Great fun and very relatable!

Lots of fun, an enjoyable, very relatable read with lots of good chuckles, life adventures and insights, and delivered in perfect bite-sized chapters. And so many of his stories reminded me of growing up in the 60s and 70s, I definitely had a few laugh out loud moments especially reading about Tom’s push bike adventures! What a larrikin with a big heart. Going by this latest book, and having read his previous two books, Tom has led a rich and very interesting life, so far, and I’m sure there’s more stories in there! Thanks Tom!!