Saskatoon Express features article about Lindsay Wincherauk’s ‘Driving in Reverse – The Life I almost missed’
Saskatoon Express features Lindsay Wincherauks’s new book ‘Driving in Reverse- The Life I almost missed’.
This is Lindsay’s autobiography and he narrates his story from the perspective of a dark family secret which he found out later on in his lifetime. He was surrounded by the chaos in his life, working two dismal jobs to pay his rent and the sudden loss of two friends and family members left him in turmoil.
Dumped by the love of his life he looked for his nearest exit. By the twist of events, he is somehow traveling to Europe and needed to renew his passport. It is when he knew the darkest secret which his family has kept from him for ages.
Traveling to 11 different countries in 31 days with the burden of this secret upon him, Lindsay described that period as the hardest time of his life. He didn’t know where to relieve his pain and on the edge of suicide, it is when he decided to write his memoir and to liberate himself from his agony.
In the pursuit of writing through the dark chapters, he discovers the other side –reborn’.
The author, Lindsay Wincherauk is a journalist who was once a bartender. He quarterbacked in high school, junior and University football teams and coauthored a book titled: SEED'S SKETCHY RELATIONSHIP THEORIES - A GUIDE TO THE PERILS OF DATING (HOW NOT TO BECOME A BAR REGULAR).
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