“MY WILD RIDE: The Untamed Life of a Girl with No Self-esteem” was released last week by All Star Press – Books that Change Lives. Within three days of release, the life story of ex-Thoroughbred trainer and exercise rider Susan Bump hit the #2 in the Amazon Kindle store behind the mega-best seller Seabiscuit. Positive reviews have been pouring in on Amazon since the long awaited release of Susan’s book.
“‘My Wild Ride’ is a must read for those who are warmed by feel-good animal stories, who are curious about life at the track, who are challenged by a past that holds them back from experiencing their own self-worth! I laughed, I cried, and found a new respect for the life I live having seen life through the authors eyes,” stated reader Debbie Joswick.
“This story is absolutely riveting,” explained Debra Lyn Daly. “Anyone struggling to overcome the scars of growing up in a dysfunctional family will be deeply inspired by Susan’s story. I couldn’t put it down!”
The life story of Susan Bump, although sad at times, is ultimately a story of triumph. The child of two alcoholics, she overcame her tragic family upbringing to pursue her dream of training Thoroughbred racehorses. When the dream no longer served her, she quit training and became an activist, protesting for animal and human rights.
There is never a dull moment in My Wild Ride. The ‘untamed life of a girl with no self-esteem’ offers lots of tears, but lots of laughs, too.
“My Wild Ride” is available in PDF format for instant download. Only $4.97 and, of course, no shipping or handling on this e-book!
ABOUT AUTHOR SUSAN BUMP
A former trainer in Southern California, Susan Bump broke and trained horses for over 30 years. She had to quit when she realized that she was part of the problem rather than part of the solution.
Susan eventually became a human and animal rights activist. A member of San Diego Animal Defense team, Susan successfully protested inhumane pet stores in San Diego leading to criminal charges against the owners.
She was arrested for trespassing in the small town of Valley Center, Ca. when she gave water to dying animals on a hot summer day. Her story made front page news in the local paper, The North County Times. So many animal lovers supported her in court that the newspapers called them her ‘entourage.’
She currently lives with her 8 wonderful dogs on a 47,000 acre, Arizona ranch in a 100-year-old adobe house in the magical town of Arivaca.
Susan Bump was the daughter of an alcoholic and bipolar mother, and an alcoholic abusive father, and consequently, she grew up hating life.
After realizing that she was indeed special, and worthy, her life has become fantastic. This is her Wild Ride.