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Always on Sunday, by Bobby Layne and Bob Drum: A Review.

Intended to be anecdotal and also suitable for families, I didn’t expect to get a lot from this book.

As many drinking stories as have accumulated with respect to Bobby Layne, I was worried that all I would get would be anecdotes. 513 more words

Books And Articles

William Eggleston: Looking for colour...

I was lucky enough to get this book for my birthday a few weeks ago – I spotted it on Amazon and hadn’t seen this collection before. 108 more words


Robert Neyland and Bobby Dodd: books, and Southeastern Conference defenses in the 1950s.

I was originally looking for as much information on Robert Neyland’s methods of playing football as I could find. The best reference is probably Andy Kozar’s “Football as a War Game” 425 more words


Twelve Books That Influenced Me in 2017

I love to read. It is a low-cost and highly pleasurable conduit for professional development and personal reflection and insight.

I like challenging and thought-provoking fiction (The Goldfinch and Lincoln in the Bardo are two recent faves), as well as an intense thriller (Bluebird, Bluebird) and a good British mystery. 233 more words


Book Review of Barrett's 'Criticizing Photographs'

My tutor emailed me a copy of this book in digital scan format to help me with Assignment 4. I found it useful so I am writing a short book review on it here. 923 more words

Research And Reflection

Endurance: Shackleton’s Incredible Journey

by Alfred Lansing


“Unlike the land, where courage and the simple will to endure can often see a man through, the struggle against the sea is an act of physical combat, and there is no escape.

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Written in Dead Wax (The Vinyl Detective #1)

By Andrew Cartmel


I’d been looking forward to this book for a while. It was highly rated and based around a love of vinyl which instantly made it appealing to me. 122 more words