DECHERD, Tenn. (PRWEB) October 07, 2012
Harold Isbell, a man with financial, educational, and even physical handicap, has published his remarkable success story in his autobiography, titled Every Life is a Story That Deserves to be Told. While several autobiographies are self-published each year, Isbell’s timely rags-to-riches story is most relevant to readers as the world continues to feel the effects of the recent global financial crisis.
“This book truly encompasses everyday life and the ups and downs that go along with it. It is an inspiring look at life, love, and overcoming the challenges everyone must face,” says Isbell. “It is for those who never give up and never back down, and also for those who believe that life is a gift that should not be squandered or wasted.”
Years ago, Isbell left home with only 18 dollars in his pocket, driving a car with no reverse, with very little education. On top of that, he had a speech problem and could neither read nor write. Today, he is worth about a million dollars. Whatever happened in between is poignantly detailed in his debut literary work.
Isbell’s real life story takes readers on a journey from the 1940s to the present day. To fully understand how he attained success, readers must first see where he has been. Each anecdote is memorable; some may make readers laugh, while others may make them cry. Isbell makes them as entertaining as they are encouraging.
Triumphant, inspiring and empowering, Every Life is a Story That Deserves to be Told is a resounding testament that the there is no excuse for not succeeding. The stories will resonate with all readers who crave for something tangible and real—something that leaves an impression long after the pages are read and the cover is closed.
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About the Author
Harold Isbell is a retired machinist. He enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. Isbell spends his days on his family farm, where he enjoys raising cattle. His hobbies include fishing, taking walks through the mountain, hunting with his family, telling stories, and being a comedian. This is Isbell’s first literary work. Isbell is down-to-earth and simple in many ways. His love of life and love for others is contagious. He is just a person whom people love to be around.
Every Life is a Story That Deserves to be Told * by Harold Isbell
True Stories About Life’s Ups and Downs
Publication Date: September 11, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 253 pages; 978-1-4771-3112-1
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 253 pages; 978-1-4771-3113-8
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4771-3114-5
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