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Sharon Traner’s Compelling Novel Pulls Readers Into a Journey of Self-Actualization

Readers of “Texas Ice” will find themselves ten times more motivated than ever to reach their dreams.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – WEBWIRE

"Bask in the beauty of ice hockey sport, and read a tale of self-discovery. "

Sharon Traner’s captivating novel “Texas Ice” tells the story of Jake Newman, a fifteen-year-old runaway with no life goals or ambitions. Jake’s life turns interesting when he sees his first ice hockey game at a Northern Wisconsin ice rink. For the first time in his life, Jake has a purpose. He wants to play ice hockey. Jake wants to be able to skate, score, and win. Suddenly, Jake finds something he yearns to do; he finds his dream and the will and determination to do everything it takes to achieve this dream.

Author Sharon Traner is a retired nurse with eight children and twelve grandchildren. For over thirty-five years, Sharon would watch her kids play hockey while sitting high up over Midwest ice skating rinks. In “Texas Ice,” Sharon channeled her knowledge and love for the sport as she endeavors to depict the realities of the game while ensuring at the same time that the book is more than just a “hockey story.”

The author effectively captures the highs and lows of being a teenager, the insecurities and fears, the self-doubts, the joys and triumphs, and the realization of one’s true self and passion. Sharon dedicates this “labor of love” novel to the Southeastern Hockey Association of Wisconsin organization in Milwaukee, the players, and their parents and coaches.

Bask in the beauty of ice hockey sport, and read a tale of self-discovery. Grab a copy of Sharon Traner’s “Texas Ice” on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“Texas Ice”
Author | Sharon Traner
Published date | October 30, 2020
Publisher | Outskirts Press
Book Genre | Sports Fiction

Author Bio

Sharon Traner is a retired nurse, a mother to eight children, and a grandmother to twelve grandchildren. Sharon has watched her sons and grandsons play ice hockey for over thirty-five years while sitting high up over Midwest ice skating rinks. Her love for the sport led her to write the compelling “Texas Ice” novel, and she dedicates this book to the local Milwaukee youth organization players and their parents and coaches, who taught her the game’s fun, joy, and beauty.

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