Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Debbie Grossers new #1 international best-selling book, Never Take for Granted: How a Near-death Accident and a Traumatic Brain Injury Showed me how much She had taken for Granted. It will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store for one more day, September 10th.
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An inspirational memoir based upon Debbie Grossers life (thus far) but its heavily weighted on the last 9+ years since her survival of a near-death accident in Aug 2011. She chronicles her early life, her 25 year marriage, her 30 years on Wall Street and her career as an avid age-grouper, all-distance triathlete. She competed and completed all-distances of triathlon including the Ironman at Lake Placid, NY in 2005.
Never Take for Granted by Debbie Grosser is free and available for download on Amazon for one more day (09/10/2021) at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09CWW2LNV
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About The Author
As a survivor of a near – death accident, Debbie Grosser has demonstrated that she is a survivor. Prior to her accident, she was a 30 – year veteran on Wall Street; working as an industry analyst, covering the Electric Power sector. As part of a team, they covered 100+ electric utilities. Often, she had to make split-second trading recommendations to traders, and salespeople. She worked under pressure.
On the personal side, Debbie started as a runner, eventually running marathons. Later, she became an avid, all-distance triathlete, competing, and completing all distance triathlons, including the Ironman, in Lake placid, NY. She later discovered that it was all of her training and racing that helped her to survive her accident. She gives her thanks to God and an excellent neurosurgeon for putting back the pieces of her brain and body. Today, she thrives. She looks forward to the reception that her book receives from a global audience.