Self published book by Trafford Interviews Rebels Who Deviate from the Mainstream And Become Successful Individuals
Online PR News – 01-July-2010 – – Bloomington, IN- Tracey Cox and Melissa Ireland wanted their readers to breath a sigh of relief with their self-published book, The Successful Rebel. While traditional things haven't been working for others, they decided to show how people far from the mainstream have made it and thrived. In an unprecedented time of corporate greed, market turmoil, and looming economic chaos, this book just goes to show that the writers refused to accept that there is only one way to happiness and economic freedom without selling out who they are or what they believe.
Learn about extraordinary people living their lives on their own terms. The Successful Rebel incorporates interviews from Finnish rock legend Ville Valo to cult favourite actress Christina Cox. This self published book from Trafford Publishing will take you on a tour with some of the most original thinkers and alternative people in the world.
"The world's economic, ecologic and moral situation is so dire, what the hell does the status quo know about success anyway?" says the authors. The Successful Rebel will guide the person along the road to his own dreams without the distraction of the status quo.
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About The Author
Tracey Cox is the General Manager of a well respected new car dealership and sits on the board of directors of a multimillion dollar automotive corporation. She is also a writer and avid student of success. This is her first book. Melissa Ireland was trained as a writer at UCLA's prestigious screenwriting school and later attended the Canadian Film Centre, where she penned the short film "Bridal Path". She now spends her time running a bustling local news website and has moved to non-fiction writing.
About Trafford Publishing
Trafford Publishing was the first company in the world to offer an "on-demand publishing service," and has led the independent publishing revolution since its establishment in 1995. Trafford was also one of the earliest publishers to utilize the Internet for selling books. More than 10,000 authors from over 120 countries have utilized Trafford's experience for self-publishing their books.
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