A Whimsical New Adventure From Carolyn Steele

Jusr released, new travel adventure book. Trucking in English is part of the Armchair Emigration narrative non-fiction series.
Almost Ice Road Truckers, except for the tulip bulbs.
Almost Ice Road Truckers, except for the tulip bulbs.
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Nov. 27, 2012 - PRLog -- KITCHENER, ON — Carolyn Steele has released Trucking in English, a new travel adventure book. It is available in print and electronically through Amazon.com and other online venues.

In Trucking in English Steele, an immigrant to Canada from England, learns to drive 18-wheelers and sets off across North America to see what life is like for a lady long-haul trucker. “I’d watched these huge monsters on the roads since emigrating here,” Steele explains. “I developed a fascination with what it might be like to drive one. I had no idea how difficult it would be, but that was part of the fun.” Steele blogged her adventures from the cab as she drove, gaining numerous fans. She then recorded some of her stories as regular podcasts which reached a wider audience. The requests for a book began to accumulate.

Readers are offering enthusiastic reviews for Trucking in English. “Vicarious bliss,” says reader Joanna Allardice. “Great to get hold of another slice of a life less ordinary from our witty and somewhat less than conventional author!” Since immigrating to Canada in 2002, Steele has authored two books of humorous observations on the life transatlantic. The first, A Year on Planet Alzheimer was published in 2004 and a third book to be published in 2013 will complete the Armchair Emigration trilogy. More information, full biography, book covers and other media files are available for download at http://carolynsteele.ca/pressroom.html.


About Carolyn Steele

Carolyn Steele is a freelance writer, blogger and website developer, now resident in Kitchener Ontario. Her articles have appeared in Emigrate Magazine, both British and Canadian Mensa Magazines, the Rough Guides 3rd Women Travel anthology and all over the internet. She is a staff author at Indies Unlimited, an international blog for writers by writers, and a regular guest blogger at Birds on the Blog, regularly one of Forbes’ Top Websites for Women. She currently interviews other adventurers on her blog, http://truckingtales.com.
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