Sash Walker was on the brink of suicide, holding a loaded gun in her mouth. Years of enduring child abuse, rape, drugs, the death of her boyfriend and a failed marriage, she was ready to end it all.
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This book is for anyone who ever considered suicide as an option, regardless of the outcome.- Sash Walker
“Learning is finding out what you already know. Doing is demonstrating that you already know it." - Daddy
"People often tell me how lucky I am, and in a certain way, I agree. But I wonder if they had to live my entire life if they would still classify me as "lucky". - Sash Walker
Sash reveals the challenges of riding a motorcycle across the country for six months, the bad weather, her fibromyalgia, and what she gained from the experience.
Raised in a culture of drug abuse, physical abuse, and sexual abuse, the only rules Tina knew is that there were no rules. The death of her boyfriend and her subsequent, abusive husband, took her to the brink of suicide.
While her father passed away in 1990, he really never left Sash. Throughout the six month motorcycle trek across America, she continued to hear his wisdom as she rode along highway after highway.
An acronym for Boldly Embrace Your Own Uniqueness, it has defined Sash from the old Tina, and continues to be the message she delivers to women she meets.
What fellow women motorcyclists, authors, and journalists have to say after reading this book!
This book is seriously fearless. If you are not moved by Sash's story, inspired by her words, and motivated to kick the living shit out of people who make your life miserable, well you are dead in your soul.
There is something to be said for being a student of the road. It’s Sash’s posture of learning, and her sheer determination in the down times, you will come to love and respect by the last page of this book.
Moving Memoir. A tough childhood, struggles with addiction, and an unhappy marriage can't keep a good woman down. Tina "Sash" Walker emerges from the shadows of shame and learns to embrace life filled with honesty and self-acceptance.
In Rude Biker Chick: Lessons From My Daddy, Tina Walker has written a memoir brimming with honesty, heartache, and hope.
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"Feel free to contact me, I would LOVE to hear from you!" - Sash