BATON ROUGE, La. (PRWEB) February 22, 2018
Eugene St. Martin, Jr.’s book, “A Sketchbook by E.C.” (published by iUniverse), explores, among other things, ways to learn and play tennis. St. Martin is beginning a marketing campaign to expand his book’s reach.
Influence by what he learned over the course of his lifetime, St. Martin shares the values he holds through the sketches in the book. Most of the principles he shares relate to going to morning Mass and helping people learn the game of tennis, two important activities in his life. Still, he acknowledges that his life is a work in progress, just like his sketchbook.
St. Martin hopes that the values and simplicity of his book will appeal to people. “We are overloading ourselves with so much information,” St. Martin says. “One possibility is to stop a minute and figure out what is important.”
An excerpt from “A Sketchbook by E.C.”:
Stop, / slow down, / see God, / be content with what / I have.
About the Author
Eugene St. Martin, Jr helps maintain tennis courts, especially the green clay tennis courts. He also teaches tennis in the parks and many of the students he teaches are beginners, both children and adults. He also enjoys singing in his church choir. In addition to “A Sketchbook by E.C.,” St. Martin has written several other books.
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