Albuquerque, NM, May 1, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Kenneth B. Roller, son of a hall of fame jockey, and successful jockey himself, has completed his most recent book, “Life Through the Poetic Eyes of a Jockey,” a delightfully interesting journey through the life and times of the author and how he interprets major life changing events.
Kenneth says he was stricken by an urge to put his thoughts to paper. He shares, “I was a jockey for twenty years, have worked in the oil fields, done landscaping, roofed houses, and taught manners to horses across the United States. So, now I’ve decided to try my luck as a writer.”
Published by Fulton Books, Kenneth B. Roller’s book shares life, love, heartache, humor, bronc riding, horse races—complete from the starting gates to the finish line—and so much more. Every page is a different adventure. Kenneth even includes Secretariat’s triple-crown races, written in poetry, from the gates to the wire.
It is a book that explains the ups and downs of twenty-five years through a jockey’s eyes and how God helped him through the rough times. Kenneth hopes this book will help someone going through the same things. His sister Cissy says she thought AA and the church will like this book for the inspiration it brings. So turn a page, any page, and enjoy the many adventures from bronc riding to tornadoes to winning races.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring and engaging work can purchase “Life Through the Poetic Eyes of a Jockey” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books