Sharon Traner Releases a New Favorite Sport Fiction

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A story of persistence, self-discovery, and the drive to achieve the impossible, “Texas Ice” might just be a new favorite Zero-To-Hero book.



There have been many sport fictions written about basketball, football, baseball, and all the other famous sports, but not a lot about hockey. Sharon Traner has channeled her knowledge, love, and reverence for the game to write a compelling story about the sport, having spent over 35 years watching her sons and grandsons play the game. That is why she dedicated the book to them as well as the dozens of parents, coaches, and players of the local Milwaukee youth hockey organization who, in her own words, taught her the fun, joy, and beauty of the game.



“Texas Ice” revolves around Jake, a fifteen-year-old runaway from West Texas. He thought he didn’t care about anything until he found himself hiding under the bleachers of an ice arena in northern Wisconsin. There, he discovers hockey. He is mesmerized by the shimmering perfection of the ice and the power and beauty of the game. For the first time in his life, he finds himself wanting to commit to something important, yearning to belong.



The downside—he knows nothing about the sport. He has no money, no place to live, no idea how to skate, and is a alone with secrets to hide.



The upside—he will stop at nothing to achieve his dream.



Join Jake in his mission to belong to something meaningful.



Buy the book at https://www.amazon.com/Texas-Ice-Sharon-Traner/dp/1977232523



“Texas Ice”

Author: Sharon Traner

Publisher: Outskirts Press

Published Date: October 30, 2020

Book Genre: Sports, Genre Fiction



About the Author

Sharon is a retired nurse, mother of eight, and grandmother of twelve who has spent over thirty-five years sitting in far-flung, upper Midwest ice rinks, watching her sons and grandsons play the game of hockey. This novel is a labor of love, dedicated to the players, coaches, and countless parents who troop through snow, sleet, and ice storms to get their kids to the arena on time. However, she has endeavored to make this book more than a “hockey story.” It’s a novel that encompasses teenage highs and lows, their insecurities and fears, the joy of triumphs, and bitter despair of self-doubt. She hopes you enjoy her efforts.

Sharon Pepper Presents a Premier Look into the Future in Her Sci-Fi Book “Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar”

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The rapid developments in AI and Robotics may allow us a peek into the future. However, a tale of brotherly and unconventional love between a human, and a biomechanical creation, thrusts us into the front door of a new revolution. Sharon Pepper introduces “Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar.”

 

What sets humans apart from cyborgs? Sharon attempts to answer this as she lets us in on the lives of the Taylors.

 

When Jeremy, 16, lost his mother, he was distraught and despondent. Jeremy was left with a sad heart and an inability to cope with the situation as well as his father would have liked. To help his son, Bob Taylor, a scientist at Human-istic Ltd., a company committed to the creation of robots for all walks of life, created the cyborg, Addison. Bob wants Addison to become Jeremy’s big brother and help him get over the death of her mother. However, Addison was near-perfect. He possessed the physical appearance of a Greek god and a supercomputer-like brain. So, instead of being happy, Jeremy only feels jealousy toward Addison. But, with persistence and stubbornness, Addison finally wins the heart of his brother.

 

But, when things started to look up, greed finds its way to break up the siblings. The Taylors have to overcome the threats of a greedy entrepreneur as he tries to capture Addison for commercial reproduction.

 

Will the Taylors be able to survive the dangers brought by greed, power, and money?

 

Learn about a story of familial love that transcends species and science’s potential to heal or destroy. Join Pepper and the Taylors on their adventure.

 

Buy the book at: https://youronlinepublicist.com/product/jeremy-q-taylor-and-the-cyborg-in-the-cellar-by-sharon-pepper/

 

Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar

Author: Sharon Pepper

Publisher: Your Online Publicist

Published Date: September 2021

Book Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy

 

About the Author:

Sharon grew up in Yorktown Heights, New York, with two rambunctious siblings. What did she like to do as a child? “I absolutely loved to read…and always had a book in my hands. Writing is and has been fun for me, and it’s been a great creative outlet. Before I start to write, I like to ask questions of myself. For instance, for this book, my main question to be answered was, ‘What does it mean to be human? Is it just our DNA, or is there something more?’” Readers will find out, in the end.


Sharon’s professional background includes the marketing, sales, and administration of educational programs/services and materials.


Her education includes an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. Additionally, she achieved her MBA from Cal State East Bay, California.

Sharon Dendinger Tells the Story of a Remarkable Hero Who Was Awarded the Silver Star, the Bronze Star, and Purple Heart Medals

The Vietnam War was a long, costly, and contentious conflict. It was a war that created a chasm between the citizens of the United States of America. Some individuals enthusiastically supported it, while the other half loathed it. However, the real casualties are often overlooked. They were the foot soldiers and the civilians who got caught in the trauma and crossfire of conflicting superpowers…