“Marathon and Half-Marathon Training, One Day a Week” by John Timmerman

MARATHON AND HALF-MARATHON TRAINING, ONE DAY A WEEK John Timmerman Outskirts Press (2018) ISBN 9781478793885 Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (1/19) “Marathon and Half-Marathon Training, One Day a Week” by John Timmerman offers practical advice on how to prepare for these events by training only once a week. Based on personal experience, Timmerman... Continue Reading →

“Deep Into Yellowstone” by Rick Lamplugh

DEEP INTO YELLOWSTONE Rick Lamplugh CreateSpace (2017) ISBN 9781546448327 Reviewed by Kimberly Luyckx for Reader Views (11/17) “Deep Into Yellowstone” by Rick Lamplugh begins with captivating action. Its first chapter seizes the reader with the spellbinding account of Rick and his wife Mary’s rare witness to a wolf pack on the hunt for bison. This natural predator... Continue Reading →

Tales from the Tailgate: From the Fan Who’s Seen ‘Em All by Stephen J. Koreivo

Tales from the Tailgate: From the Fan Who’s Seen ‘Em All Stephen J. Koreivo AuthorHouse (2011) ISBN 9781463416867 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (10/11)   In his new book, “Tales from the Tailgate: From the Fan Who’s Seen ‘Em All,” Stephen J. Koreivo firmly establishes that he is not an ordinary college football... Continue Reading →

Hell on Two Wheels: An Astonishing Story of Suffering, Triumph, and the Most Extreme Endurance Race in the World by Amy Snyder

Hell on Two Wheels: An Astonishing Story of Suffering, Triumph, and the Most Extreme Endurance Race in the World  Amy Snyder Triumph Books (2011) ISBN 9781600785252 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (5/11) I feel that it’s important to preface my comments on Amy Snyder’s new book for cycling fans, “Hell on Two Wheels,”... Continue Reading →

Caged: Memoirs of a Cage-Fighting Poet by Cameron Conaway

Caged: Memoirs of a Cage-Fighting Poet Cameron Conaway Threed Press (2011) ISBN 9780615521770 Reviewed by Joseph Yurt for Reader Views (10/11)   Author Cameron Conaway is wise beyond his years. He demonstrates this clearly with honest self-analysis and unfiltered feelings in his fierce first book, “Caged: Memoirs of a Cage-Fighting Poet.” It’s as much about... Continue Reading →

The End of Baseball by Peter Schilling Jr.

The End of Baseball Peter Schilling Jr. Ivan R. Dee (2010) ISBN 978-1-56663-848-7 Reviewed by Charline Ratcliff for RebeccasReads.com (06/10)   A few weeks ago I was in northern California talking to a close friend of mine who happens to be an Oakland A’s fan. I remember mentioning to him that I had decided to... Continue Reading →

Surviving a Season: Essential Advice for Young Athletes, Coaches, and Parents on Staying Healthy and Avoiding Sports Injuries by Michael J. DeFranco, M.D.

Surviving a Season: Essential Advice for Young Athletes, Coaches, and Parents on Staying Healthy and Avoiding Sports Injuries Michael J. DeFranco, M.D. Bookstand Publishing (2010) ISBN 9781589097377 Reviewed by Marissa Libbit for Reader Views (09/10)   “Surviving a Season” by Dr. Michael DeFranco is a practical guide full of advice to help coaches and parents to... Continue Reading →

Put Your Game Together: Ethical Management in Youth Sports and Business by Donnie Howell

Put Your Game Together: Ethical Management in Youth Sports and Business Donnie Howell iUniverse (2010) ISBN 9781440193453 Reviewed by Lisa McCurley for Reader Views (04/10)   “Put Your Game Together” is a book that has all the elements necessary to successfully operate any program or business, expressed with such heart and sincerity that I was... Continue Reading →

Fun Facts for Baseball Fans (Life’s Little Book of Wisdom) Compiled by Paul Muckley

Fun Facts for Baseball Fans (Life’s Little Book of Wisdom) Compiled by Paul Muckley Barbour Publishing (2010) ISBN 9781602607149 Reviewed by Irene Watson  for Reader Views (02/10) Did you know the following? “1903: In the first modern fall classic, the American League’s Boston Americans (also known as the Red Sox) defeat the Pittsburg Pirates in... Continue Reading →

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