August 29, 2019 4:10 pm Don’t Miss Layng Martine, Jr. @ Christ Church Book Store on September 18!
Layng Martine, Jr.’s first book, Permission to Fly, A Memoir of Love, Crushing Loss, and Triumph, inspires and captivates everyone who reads it. The book has already received sixty five 5-star reviews on Amazon to date! Every reviewer has awarded 5 stars. Layng will be reading from and talking about his book on Wednesday, September 18th – 6:30 PM at Christ Church, Greenwich, CT.
Growing up in North Stamford and then Greenwich, Layng had some hilarious escapades and learned valuable life lessons by being independent, hard-working and resourceful. Thanks to his mother, Jean Martine, he believed there was nothing he could not accomplish if he kept trying. As a young husband and father, Layng was determined to make a living by writing songs. After many detours and failures, Layng eventually moved his family to Nashville. Over the years he wrote hits for Elvis, Reba McEntyre, Trisha Yearwood, the Pointer Sisters and many others. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. However, his biggest challenge lay ahead, and the story of the way Layng and his beloved wife Linda met that challenge is both moving and inspirational.
Party with Moms will be there and hopes you will too!
Let’s give this hometown boy the welcome he deserves.
Wednesday, September 18 – 6:30 PM
Christ Church (Book store)
254 East Putnam Avenue – Greenwich
Permission to Fly is available in local bookstores and via amazon
Greenwich Connections – Layng is the son of Layng and Jean Martine of Greenwich and then Old Greenwich. His brother, Gene Martine is the Principal at Martine & Co., a Greenwich-based ad agency. His sister, Anne Martine Cook lives in Greenwich and has taught at the Putnam Indian Field School for over 40 years. His nephew, Remy Cook is the Founder of partywithmoms.com and a licensed real estate salesperson with Douglas Elliman in Connecticut and New York.
Layng at his book presentation & signing at The Ocean House in Watch Hill earlier this month.