Doug Evans Announces Publication of Debut Novel
"We can all improve our performances and the enjoyment of our lives by changing our state of mind using the guidance of a caddy figure," Evans declares.
Narrated by a friend of the main character, Davey Neilson, "Finding Fairways and Dreams" shows how Davey, a caddy, inspires and enriches the lives of those around him. At times throughout the various stories it seems that Davey is able to influence other people and their personal development almost supernaturally. Late in the book, the novel reveals a link between Dave and the narrator's great uncle, Doug Nanfield, who was executed in WWII.
"The task of working your way through a round of golf and negotiating the challenges thrown up is comparable to navigating our way through life and its different stages," explains Evans. "What we learn about ourselves on the course and in our lives are interchangeable and what we apply from that knowledge with the welcome assistance of a caddy figure can make us a better player and a happier person living a more fulfilled life."
"Finding Fairways and Dreams"
By Doug Evans
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 180 pages | ISBN 9781504311502
E-Book | 180 pages | ISBN 9781504311519
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Doug Evans grew up in Australia, where sport is a prominent part of life. Golf has been a lifelong passion for him, one that has sustained him through tough times. He has worked in a number of corporate executive roles, beginning in HR and progressing to CEO in multiple large business across a range of sectors. He currently lives in Queensland, Australia.
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