These Golfing Geese Are About To Ruffle Some Feathers at Penny Ehrenkranz’s Blog
Meet Sami DeMani, a Canada gander with a legendary golf game. He’s on track to win the prestigious Waterfowl Tour — and put his nemesis, the ruthless Pete Swan Lake, in his place once and for all. But right as Sami prepares to take a critical swing, a surprise scare changes everything — ruining the shot and putting Sami in the hospital. What happens next dashes any hopes for golf glory — or does it? No longer able to play, Sami throws himself into coaching his nephew, Myles, in the game he loves. Then the golf pro hatches a plan to help his nephew win a tournament with the aid of the specially designed Gooseneck Putter. This breakthrough device has the potential to change everything — including the confidence of the golf prodigy who uses it. But none of them are prepared for what’s about to occur as the tension rises on the course. Along the way, Sami and Myles will learn a powerful lesson regarding sportsmanship, perseverance, love, and what really matters in the game of life. A heartwarming and inspirational tale, The High-Tech Gooseneck Putter is about the power of golf to boost self-esteem, change lives, and bring a community together.
This is the latest Happy Guy Marketing success–my collaboration with artist, singer and Laughter Yoga leader Samuel DiMatteo. I am excited that Sami listed me as co-author because Samuel is one-of-a-kind. He, along with the colorful cast of golfing geese, sportscasting squirrels and business-minded beavers in the book, has won over several lovely lady authors–and I am thankful to every one of them.
It is Thanksgiving this month, after all!
- July 18–Walking Through Walls author Karen Cioffi-Ventrice guested on A Ghost Writers Blog
- July 24–We celebrated Christmas in July at Susanne Drazic’s blog.
- August 5–We golfed through walls on Karen Cioffi-Ventrice’s blog.
- August 22–We had more fun than geese dancing at Lisa Haselton’s blog.
- November 14–We swapped tales of ghosts and geese, dragons and co-writing at Penny Ehrenkranz’s blog