“Never Take for Granted” is Free on Amazon for One More Day (Until 09/10/2021)

Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Debbie Grosser’s 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.

How a near-death accident and a Traumatic Brain Injury showed Debbie how much she had taken for Granted. COVID 19 proved we all take things and people for granted. How to develop an Attitude of Gratitude

An inspirational memoir based upon Debbie Grosser’s life (thus far) but it’s 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

For More Information:

For questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact us at (626) 765-9750 or email info@bestsellerpublishing.org .

Best Seller Publishing is a Los Angeles Publishing Company dedicated to helping business owners and entrepreneurs become “the hunted” with their best-selling books.

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.

A Page-Turner That Never Stops

Hogan’s mystery “Unicorns Don’t Wear Shoes” invites readers into Wes Wilson’s world where his horse and cutting competition fulfill his life after he battles school board politics as a high school principal. Readers relate to the way he cares about Skipabeat, his flashy red Quarter Horse stallion, about his teachers and their programs, and about his students, even the troublesome ones.

The excitement begins when Wilson discovers the slain body of a swarthy man piled at the back of a stall in the stable where he returns Skip after an event. And naturally, police suspect the one who finds the body. Readers identify with the loneliness of the recently divorced man now facing police interrogations. They hope for romance when he thinks of the woman on the Arabian he met at the cutting event. Cathy McLeod becomes a helpful ally along with the pony driver Mrs. Magers.

Can a man who is insecure about a crooked tooth have the courage to stand up to an ex TopKick who continues crushing a kitten despite the tearful pleas of Susan, one of the young girl riders? Wilson remembers Golden Glove bouts from college and military, but not the crushing pain a trained military man can administer.

A reader feels the blows in the fight and hears the rhythmic hoof beats of dear old Mrs. Magers’ Hackney driving pony. It’s a world where even the perceived villain, stable owner Colonel Fellows, has a sad past arousing sympathy. Hogan draws the reader into a world where the dust of an arena chokes the breath or the unexpected Pinesol in a slaughterhouse stings the nostrils. And the reader joins in the grateful taste of a milkshake to a captive.

The plot keeps twisting with stolen horses at a slaughterhouse, a barn fire at McLeod’s, and the murder victim’s terrorist connections. Wilson’s son even drifts through with a handy answering machine. As if he has no problems, the principal must also join a search to clear his agriculture teacher accused of kidnapping a girl student. 

Readers will hurry to turn the next page until they reach the explosive conclusion.

Grab your copy now at her website, https://helenhoganbooks.com/

Unicorns Don’t Wear Shoes
Author: Helen Hogan
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: June 13, 2020
About the Author
Helen Hogan is retired from teaching college English, Helen judges several horse breeds. She loves traveling with her husband of 52 years, Berry Hogan. The couple enjoys sitting in the backyard swing with a glass of wine and playing with their dogs. Helen M. Hogan’s published mysteries include Warning Shot and Driven to Win.