TheSportsNotebook’s Sports History section offers historical recollections and season-long summaries that can be delivered instantly to your Kindle via Amazon.com or downloaded to an I-Pad.
Unique recollections of the modern age (1976-Present) you won’t find anywhere else
Memories Of March Madness ($2.99)
The best memories of modern NCAA Tournament history are all here, and even more of the forgotten memories of March Madness live on within these pages. From great national title battles in 1982, 1986, 1999 and more, to riveting regionals like 1983 or 1997 to hidden gems like the ’95 East Regional, Dan Flaherty brings 35 years of March Madness history to life in this concise 25,000 word work.
The Last New Year’s ($3.99)
From 1976-93, New Year’s Day defined the college football season. All major bowl games and settlement of the national championship took place on the same day. In this concise 63-page work, Dan Flaherty of TheSportsNotebook.com takes a sweeping look at the entire 18-year period of New Year’s primacy–the best games, most riveting moments, most controversial arguments and the best players all come to life, stirring up memories for some and telling others how college football used to be in this unique period of bowl game history.
Louisville! The 2013 College Basketball Season Culminating With The Cardinal Crown ($4.99)
Re-live the entire 2013 college basketball season through the eyes of TheSportsNotebook.com This is a collection of college basketball blog posts from TheSportsNotebook.com, covering the 2013 season from the conference previews of November and December to several columns a week through the league schedules after the New Year to a complete preview, and then game-by-game recap of March Madness
The Carrier To Kentucky: 2012 College Basketball ($4.99)
Re-live the 2012 college basketball season as it unfolded, through the blog collection of TheSportsNotebook.com. 150 pages in all, TheSportsNotebook previews and recaps every individual game in the NCAA Tournament, plus chronicles the race for conference championships and NCAA bids throughout the regular season. From the season tip-off in November’s Carrier Classic to April’s celebration in Kentucky, TheSportsNotebook shares with you a piece of living history.
Fit For A King: The 2012 NBA & NHL Playoffs ($2.99)
The “second seasons” of the NBA and NHL define sports life throughout the spring and early part of the summer. 2012 was truly “Fit For A King”, as the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup and LeBron James, a.k.a. “King James” led the Miami Heat to the NBA crown. In this collection of blog articles you can read the day-by-day account of both postseasons in their entirety, at a 2-for-the-price-of-1 special rate.
Giant Steps: The 2012 MLB Season & San Francisco’s Championship As It Unfolded ($7.99)
Now you can re-live the 2012 MLB season, from the expectations of spring, to the evolution of the playoff races to a game-by-game account of the playoffs and theSan Francisco Giants ultimately claiming their second World Series title in three years. This collection, over 200,000 words in total, can stir up the memories–good or bad–for any reader who roots for any team.
The Tide Rolls In: The 2012 College Football Season ($4.99)
Watch the 2012 college football season unfold through the eyes of TheSportsNotebook.com in this extensive collection of blog posts. From the previews of August through the upsets of November to another national championship for the Alabama Crimson Tide, it’s all here.
The Eyes Of The Raven: The 2012 NFL Season As It Unfolded ($4.99)
Re-live the 2012 NFL season through the eyes of TheSportsNotebook.com, in this comprehensive collection of blog posts that follow the season from the team previews of August, through each week and ultimately to the Baltimore Ravens winning the Super Bowl in February. It’s how one writer viewed the season as it unfolded.
The Cardinals’ Gold Ring: 2011 Major League Baseball ($2.99)
Follow the St. Louis Cardinals’ improbable run to the World Series title, along with all the rest of the 2011 major league baseball season, through the eyes of TheSportsNotebook as it happened. This compilation of posts from last people season goes from spring training reports to daily analysis throughout the year to blow-by-blow recaps in the playoffs and informed opinion on the major individual awards, The Cardinals’ Gold Ring is the story of the 2011 baseball season, as it happened.