David Reichart

Copywriter and Independent Publisher

Annalisa’s Highway Blues

Written By: Dave

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00060]“This is a refreshing story with pop-off-the-page characters that kept my attention from start to finish….it pulls the reader into a world not everyone is familiar with – truck driving. Now that I’ve read about the challenges the drivers face, I have a newfound respect for them.” Inspire Author on Amazon.com

“It was a whole new world. I loved the truckers’ jargon, the C.B. chatter, all the mechanics of driving a truck. It was completely new to me, and it was fascinating.”Carol B. on American Zoetrope.

“I have not enjoyed a romantic novel in recent times as much as I did this.”Rejoice Sarah on Smashwords.com.

“It shows that we women are survivors in any dire circumstances. I admired the spirit that Annalisa has.”Elly Zack on Smashwords.com.

Ladies, you might be thinking, “Yeah, right!” when you read about a prom queen driving a big truck over the road. Okay, call it poetic license, fantasy, dramatic irony or whatever… Bottom line, it makes the story more interesting, and I guarantee you will relate to Annalisa and her struggles and her hopes, dreams and fears, even if you were never queen of your prom or never dated a football hero. The fact that life had always been easy for Annalisa makes the ordeal she takes on that much more difficult and scary.

Guys, you’ll find adventure, suspense and comedy following Annalisa out on the open road. Okay, the plot revolves around an unlikely romance, but be forewarned–you, too, will be captivated by this exotic, strange-talking, truck-driving Louisiana girl.

 BuyAnnalisa’s Highway Blues in Paperback or Kindle format at Amazon.com:



(No Kindle? Download a free Kindle for PC on my Amazon page and read the novel on your computer.)

Buy in Kindle plus other formats, including EPub, Palm Doc, LRF (Sony) at Smashwords.com:


Please click on one of these links and read the blurb. Then download the book, enjoy it, and wear yourself out pulling for Annalisa. I’d love to hear from you after you’ve read it.

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