Why don’t you read my book this weekend? 👍😍🤣
Let’s read more! .
Now books are available in-store:
Book Warehouse 📔
✔️Park Royal Chapters
✔️Coquitlam Pintree Chapters
👍👍more to come! .
Stay alert! Saskatoon Express will feature me on their newspaper next week.
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Lindsay Wincherauk watched both of his parents die. He was the youngest of seven. After the death of his mother (1987)—he became an #outsider in his own family. In 2003 he found out, by accident, he was a secret baby born in a secret place—a shame to the family. A secret never meant to be uncovered.
Driving in Reverse – The Life I Almost Missed is the story of a little boy (Lindsay) and his struggles to fit into the family portrait. Little did he know: everything in his life was not as it seemed. Lindsay weaves his way through the years, living the only life he knew—unaware of the foundation rocking news he would one-day stumble upon by accident. During his journey, he excels at athletics, crosses paths with Manuel Noriega, David Duchovny, and Michael Chiklis. Lindsay crashes a motorcycle in Jamaica. And, he brushes past the Dali Lama in a shopping mall food-court, one early fall evening.
His story is about kindness. It’s about coming to terms with who you’ve become. It’s about turning pain into laughter. And, it’s a story about belonging.
At the end of this volume of life, Lindsay crawls out the other end of the book and begins to embrace the man he has become!
We all fit in—we all matter.
We all belong in the picture!