Free sports Kindle books for 25 Apr 15

The Rodeo Guide for City Slickers

by Graeme Menzies

The Rodeo Guide for City Slickers is the book every urban visitor or international tourist will want to read before attending one of the more than 600 rodeos that are hosted across North America each year.

At the heart of the book are concise and informative descriptions of each of the core rodeo events including Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc, Bull Riding, Tie-Down Roping, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling, and Ladies Barrel Racing.

But those attending the rodeo for the first time will also appreciate the book’s other resources which include definitions, explanations, practical advice on what to wear, suggestions on who to Follow on Twitter, a rodeo-appropriate playlist for your ipod, a list of the top rodeos in Canada and the United States, and more.

In its convenient ebook format, The Rodeo Guide can be downloaded to your mobile device so you can learn about the rules and challenges of the sport – as well as the skills and equipment necessary for success – even as the events are under way.



The Amazing Frankel – Horse Of A Lifetime

by G. J. McGivvern

Frankel is the best racehorse ever to have raced in Europe. He is, perhaps, the best horse to have raced anywhere, ever. This is no glib statement. Seasoned race watchers and horse racing experts have been as one with regard to Frankel, with pretty much anybody who is anybody in the horse racing world saying something along the lines of “he’s the best I’ve ever seen”. This account of Frankel’s racing career is an appreciation of a superlative, once-in-a-lifetime racehorse, written by a horse racing fan for horse racing fans.



The Great Glen Way

by Paul Brown

15000 words describing our walk along The Great Glen Way in Scotland. A bunch of kids and some leaders, set out to complete the 80 odd mile route and sample some of the delights available along the way.

Marvel at the overly friendly ducks at Gairlochy, know exactly where to get a decent full cooked breakfast near Loch Ness and feel your nose curl at the stench coming off the manky guy who booked us into an Inverness hostel – it made our eyes water.

I would have charged less for this but its a short travelogue and the price there is the minimum they’d allow. Plus, it all goes to charity. Its also filled with handy information if you’re going to do the walk yourself.

Check out our other travelogue ‘On Arran’ which can be found in the erotic/romance section… I’M JOKING, its in the same section as this one… There’s probably a link some where here.

NOW AVAILABLE. Both this and our other short travelogue can be bought together in one edition. Again, it’ll be linked some where on this page. Remember, proceeds go to the Scout group involved.



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