Books tagged: professional sports

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Looking into the business of boxing
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 13,170. Language: English. Published: September 29, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Sports business
The Sport of Professional Boxing is rapidly approaching crossroads in its existence. Many Coaches, Managers, and Fighters are looking for new pathways to success, while simultaneously mantaining control over there teams destiny. This book is a how to manual with simple principles and instructions to help facilitate change. "Team ownership" is the new era of "Boxing team" management.
The Midway Monster
Series: Retsnom monsteR. Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 3,700. Language: English. Published: February 9, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
When a small-town sports reporter decides to do a feature on a local pro football bad boy, he finds himself running in all the wrong circles. Of Hell. The Midway Monster is a short story of monstrous magic.
Double Fault
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 51,880. Language: English. Published: September 29, 2012 by Books We Love Ltd.. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
In Double Fault by Sheila Claydon, published by Books We Love, when Kerry Farrow falls for star player Pierce Simon, she doesn’t hesitate when he asks her to join him on the international tennis circuit. She doesn’t care that he isn’t ready to settle down. In her experience happy families are a myth anyway. Then she discovers she’s pregnant and her world falls apart.
Play Ball! (For Some People Baseball is the Center of the Universe)
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,700. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire, Fiction » Humor & comedy » Parody
The former National Pastime may no longer be the quintessential American game, but there are still those for whom it approaches the status of a religion, replete with its own rites, rituals, traditions, and legends. There are baseball fans and baseball people. The difference? Say a hurricane is on the way. A true-blue baseball person will think: "I hope we'll have enough time to finish the game."