Upton, Ky. (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
Author Rosie Roberson releases her publication, “The Hocatown Factory” (published by Xlibris). This book chronicles Charlene’s experience as she is forced by her husband to work in a factory that employs children and illegal workers.
Charlene lived a quiet country life in a farmhouse with her three adorable cocker spaniels until her husband, the Old Man, forced her into a job at the local factory. The factory was a sweatshop, using illegal workers and child labor. She has to endure long hours of manual labor and poor working conditions. She felt worthless accepting her meager paycheck as her value as a person. How will she survive this kind of life?
A story of perseverance and survival, Roberson’s novel follows a realistic plot in a factory life, depicting the difficulties of workers under a poor working environment and the dangers they face every day. She also sheds light into the many problems surrounding immigration, illegal workers and minimum wage. Charlene is a richly drawn character who embodies a strong personality, emphasizing that fact that she is an individual and not an invisible workforce.
“The Hocatown Factory” reveals to readers the importance of courage, hard work and the will to survive despite seemingly insurmountable odds.
“The Hocatown Factory”
By Rosie Roberson
Hardcover | 6x9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9781499044539
Softcover | 6x9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9781499044546
E-Book | 136 pages | ISBN 9781499044508
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Rosie Roberson lives in rural Kentucky with her husband, John, three cocker spaniels, and two Chihuahuas. She loves reading, romance, and ancient history and alternative health in particular. Her first full-time job was at a factory in Oklahoma in 1975. She has worked in factories in Oklahoma, Texas and Kentucky. The hard-working people she has met over the years have been an inspiration.
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