New Sports Adventure Novel Just Released By International Author
International author, Richard D Bonte is pleased to announce his book, The Tennis Bubble. Readers are calling it entertaining, funny and instructive!
24 Feb 2012
This is the story of a typical student-athlete and that of the many tennis families who make the annual trek from wherever in the world they stem from to the NickBollettieriTennisAcademy in Bradenton, Florida. This is not the story of an already known quantity—a Roger Federer, Pete Sampras, Bjorn Borg or Andre Agassi—this is the story of an ordinary budding tennis hopeful and her very supportive family who has always assigned too much importance to tennis. This is the story of an adolescent girl with all the tools to become a first-class professional tennis player. This is the story of devastating serves, rifle-crack forehands, pin-point passing shots and Andre Agassi–like angles that pull the opponent right off the court; of serenity and courage in the face of cheating and frustration. In brief, this is a very normal story for all hopefuls out there—both players and their families—and an idea of what it takes from all concerned to try and build a champion.
The Tennis BubbleAuthor: Richard D Bonte
Published: February 2012
About The Author
Richard Bonte was born in New York City but grew up in Montreal, Canada and the Bay Area near San Francisco. He now lives near Paris in France and is the author of three books, several screenplays and plays. He is obsessed with the proliferation of cars and pollution as well as man's inhumanity towards his fellow man.
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Terry's Upside is available for purchase online from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.
Other books by Richard Bonte:Terry's Upside - Publisher: Lulu - ISBN: 978-1-4457-5601-1 - Pages: 346 - Published: July 2010 Against Nature - ISBN-13: 9781445753447 - Publisher: Lulu - Published: July 2010 - Pages: 204