Book Highlights a Woman’s Life in a MALE-DOMINATED Trucking Industry

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Author Rolene’s “A Tale of Two Truckers” is an engaging memoir that reveals how a perfectly normal life takes transition in this challenging industry

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Author Rolene is living proof that determination, guts, and the desire to succeed in a predominantly male-dominated industry is possible. Readers will follow the story of her transition from a perfectly normal life into the trucking industry in the early 1980s and the trials she endured in A Tale of Two Truckers. The story is filled with colorful characters, plenty of humor, and has something for everyone, whether you are in the trucking industry or not.

This book takes readers back to a lifestyle and time when many young people today could never imagine because there was little technology—not even mobile phones. The tale reveals the relentless struggles and challenges the author faced along with her partner Randy, and her dog named Hooter, as they ventured forth to secure a career in the trucking industry. She finds herself in unimaginable and sometimes frightful predicaments, taking her readers with her into a world they never knew existed. Maintaining her sense of humor throughout the ordeal, she is not afraid to tell it like it was, something her trucker partner Randy, never would have done.

Equally interesting and inspirational, this book is filled with knowledge, insights and life lessons readers would find significant and practical. A motivational story of life, relationship and business, it will help boost women’s potentials, enhance their relationships and encourage them to take part in their partners endeavors where they think they could be of help.

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A Tale of Two Truckers * by Rolene
Publication Date: August 31, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 202 pages; 978-1-4771-3392-7
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 202 pages; 978-1-4771-3393-4
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-3394-1

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