Alberta Authors Tm Ebl and Ryan Hanson publish the humour book, Toolbox Talk: Tall Tales and Legends of Pipefitters, Welders and Other Dudes With Trucks.

EDMONTON, AB, May 15, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Toolbox Talk is a fictional book based on stories submitted to Ryan Hanson and Tim Ebl by welders, laborers, and pipefitters, as well as the authors’ experiences. This comic take on blue-collar workers and the trades explores the unlikely and hilarious situations that workers find themselves in.

All profits from Toolbox Talk from now to Father’s Day, June 18, 2023, will be donated to the charity CCMF (Canadian Center For Men and Families)

Their book offers a behind-the-scenes look at the Tradies who are hard at work keeping the lights on, the fuel tanks full, and the goods and services moving. Toolbox Talk is a collection of humorous stories inspired by the authors’ careers in the industrial sector. Ryan and Tim share the laughs, danger, and downright absurdity that all tradespeople have encountered.

You will be entertained with tales of confrontations with coworkers, spouses, and nature. What happens when several men are plunked into the middle of nowhere with little to do and nothing but time? What do pipefitters and welders do when no one is looking? What happens to a long-distance relationship after years on the road? Why would you put glue THERE? What IS a flange anyway?

Sprinkled with a handful of more serious stories about struggles with addiction and depression, Toolbox Talk invites readers to celebrate the construction workers, plumbers, electricians, welders, and the average Joes who keep society from falling apart. Join Toolbox Talk and discover the secrets of a world that no one talks about.

To help with Tim and Ryan’s mission to raise money for the charity CCMF, go to (Canada site) or (United States site) and purchase a book. All proceeds received before June 19, 2023 will be donated directly to the charity with full transparency.

Tm Ebl and Ryan Hanson are authors from Alberta, Canada. They spent their lives in the trades and blue-collar work.

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