Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Soul Rider, Facing Fear and Finding Redemption on a Harley

This is the story of a woman who went on an incredible journey. Carolyn Fox was a single mother and lawyer haunted with grief and secrets, and facing her fiftieth birthday. She decided to change her life by facing her fears: she bought a Harley, packed it with a sleeping bag and tent, and set out to ride through all fifty states—alone! Soul Rider:

About the Author
Carolyn Fox started law school at forty-one, learned to ride a motorcycle at age forty-six, and obtained her private pilot license at sixty. She has also worked as a private investigator and served as a grant writer to help fund nonprofit organizations. She resides in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

Praise for Soul Rider

“In this inspiring memoir, Fox takes every woman who has longed to reconnect intimately with herself on an unbelievable ride.”
—Dawn Thompson, Portland Women Writers

“Soul Rider is a lesson in how stepping out of your comfort zone and conquering your fear can lead you to the life that you are meant to live.”
 —Annette White, author of Bucket List Adventures: 10 Incredible Journeys to Experience Before You Die

“Fox was one of the first women in modern history to venture out on her motorcycle on a (mid)life-changing solo journey. Her stories of freedom and liberation will inspire others to do the same for
generations to come.”
 —Genevieve Schmitt, founder/editor of WomenRidersNow.com

 “Many people wrestle with their demons all their lives. . . . Her story is a road map to those stuck in
life and needing a lift.”
—Bill Johnson, author of A Story Is a Promise & the Spirit of Storytelling

“Fox’s drive is inspiring and her prose beautiful.”
—Ali Shaw, executive editor, Indigo Editing & Publications

Available on Amazon