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Adventures in Dutchyland By Steve Dudek
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The Netherlands tourist bureau advertises a Vermeer landscape of manicured fields, herds of bicyclists, and little canals. However, behind Holland’s whirling windmills lies the most peculiar... More > country of Europe. Steve Dudek sets off from America to work for a year in the Netherlands. His laboratory job at a Dutch university is fraught with the humorous stumbles of a naive American abroad. Dutch language requires a steady supply of throat lozenges. Dutch cuisine is best procured from a wall. Dutch train stations make for lousy hotels. Along the way, Steve Dudek explores the not-so-far corners of the Netherlands. He pokes into the idiosyncrasies of Dutch life from the clerk offices to the coffeeshops. Don’t install a red light on the porch and don’t take more than one cookie. Adventures in Dutchyland guides those about to move to Holland, sends postcards back to those that rather stay home, and laughs along with those that have bicycled through the low countries—and fallen off.< Less
The Big Book Of Bronze #2 By Jay Ryan
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The Big Book of Bronze #2 is truly big, fun and informative. 172 pages in length. Every article is about the subject of Doc Savage. This year's book contains 21 articles by such authors as: Terry... More > Allen, Stephen Blotner, Paul Cook, Jeff Deischer, Win Eckert, Bryan Hollerbach, Glenn Horner William Lampkin, Will Murray, S.C. Ringgenberg, Courtney Rogers, Jay Ryan and Art Sippo. It also features artwork by Tim Faurote, Jay Ryan and Scotty Philips. In addition there are three challenges. Full color cover and B&W interiior.< Less
No Sleep Till Saltburn By Mark Gregory
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"Gregory's writing is full of enthusiasm and self-deprecating humour, and he evokes vividly the naive spirit of a pre X Factor age when bands' careers were built on hard touring and leopardskin... More > waistcoats!" GEOFF BARTON - CLASSIC ROCK MAGAZINE - "Endlessly entertaining!" STEVE PRATT: NORTHERN ECHO - “Saltburn, Salford, Salisbury, or Southampton, if you followed any local music scene back in the day, this is a must read!” MIKE SWEENEY: ROCK RADIO - “Bloody Brilliant! Great use of pyro!” GARY PHILIPSON: REAL RADIO - “No Sleep Till Saltburn is an important book. It captures an untold story, and also gives you an insight into the humour, the 'Carry On' atmosphere of the time”. CHRIS PHIPPS: ROCK MUSIC HISTORIAN, ITV - Mark Gregory drags you kicking and screaming back to the truly “Golden Age Of Rock & Roll”. A time when you worked hard, played hard, and rocked even harder! A time when there really was… “No Sleep Till Saltburn!”< Less