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Jaseron Publishing
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.69 inches | 0.98 pounds
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About the Author
Dd Jaseron lives on the beachside of Central Florida with her husband, her son, and her Standard Poodle, Isabelle. After many years of writing experience, Wheelboys is her first fiction novel. Dd grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts where she fell in love with writing at the young age of seven. Her poems and short stories were often published in the Cambridge Chronicle, and she went on to study Creative Writing at the University of Massachusetts. She added to her education with Paralegal studies at the University of San Diego and her Masters education at the School of Family Studies at the University of California San Diego.

"A deftly crafted and thoroughly entertaining novel that reveals the dark side of competitive sports in general, and auto racing in particular, Wheelboys is especially and unreservedly recommended for community library Contemporary General Fiction collections." -Midwest Book Review

"Winning is everything. That's the prevailing philosophy in the kart racing world, the racing world in general, and forms the basis for an emotional, action-packed look at what can happen to young people when they become addicted to speed, competition and the need to succeed. ... Debut author Jaseron has carefully constructed this complex look at the racing scene and how it affects, and may destroy, lives while tainting the morality of those who manage to ascend to the top echelons. Her writing is strong, with a special gift for dialog. ... Jaseron's gripping novel is a modern parable for young adults and older readers as well, reminding us that speeding - whether in an automobile or racing vehicle - is more often than not illegal and very dangerous." -Barbara Bamberger Scott, A Woman's Write