“Lipstick, Life & Motorcycles” an Amazon Best-Selling Book is Free For One More Day (02/17/2023)
Ontario, Canada – WEBWIRE – Friday, February 17, 2023
Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Jack Monigs new #1 international best-selling book, Lipstick, Life & Motorcycles: One Womans Ride Around the World Reveals a Roadmap to Self-love, Forgiveness and Freedom. It will be available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store for one more day, February 17th.
An epic motorcycle ride through 15 countries took Jack Monig across as many internal as political borders. Hurled headfirst into a career block, she decided at middle age to go full throttle on an adventure of self-discovery while circumnavigating the globe in four months. This book shares the wisdom you can only get by crossing 37,350 kilometers by bike as the only woman in a group of male riders.
Jack discovered 30 days before departure, as she managed to raise the money for the trip and organize a hundred other things, she hadnt needed anti-depressants, but inspiration. This book guides readers through the insights she learned including the Universal Laws as expressed through HoOponopono spirituality. These insights were her guide to personal freedom and are now a gift to others searching for theirs.
Lipstick, Life & Motorcycles by Jack Monig will be free and available for download on Amazon for one more day (02/17/2023) at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BSK4B2BV.
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About the author:
Jacquie (Jack) Monig is a 56-year-old woman who currently works in the automotive industry as a Business Manager, setting up car loans and selling aftermarket products such as extended warranties, rust packages, and insurances. She has been in this field for the past 27 years, working with various manufacturers. Before that, she worked as a Police Officer for 7 years.
In 2010, her employer at the time cut her pay during one of her best sales months ever, despite leading her zone, district, and the country in extended warranty penetration. This made her feel undervalued, and she came to a dead stop, questioning what she was doing, and feeling a sudden deep depression. She went to the doctor for some kind of prescription to make her feel better. Instead, she left with a phone number to a lawyer. She called the lawyer and paid the $2,000 retainer to find out her rights, as she wanted to take a leave of absence to ride her motorcycle. She found an online company, and a dream trip of motorcycling from London, England, to Magadan, Russia (after seeing Charley Boorman and Ewan McGregor, this was her dream trip), was leaving in 30 days.