Former Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas to release his first book in June 2019

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Former Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas to release his first book in June 2019
Updated on Saturday 18 May 2019 by @TVNewsroom

Former Sky Sports Football presenter Simon Thomas will release his first book next month.

‘Love, Interrupted – Navigating Grief One Day at a Time,’ will be published via Trigger Press on 13th June 2019.

“When Simon Thomas lost the woman he had loved for 16 years, the future he had imagined for their happy family disappeared for ever. Gemma died from acute myeloid leukaemia, just three days after being diagnosed. Afterwards, Simon didn’t know how to carry on. He just knew that, for the sake of his son, he had to find a way…

“Love, Interrupted tells the story of a man deeply traumatised by the death of his soulmate. It asks some hard questions about how you carry on when the light of your life has been extinguished. But it also gives immense hope to anybody who has been bereaved. Simon is still learning how to live without Gemma, but the lessons he’s already learnt have given him so much more hope for the future.”

The book can be pre-ordered here and at Amazon.co.uk

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