- Jul 15, 2006
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I believe he also wrote another book about Bryant in the 80s (Boys of Autumn or something). The one I grabbed is supposed to cover his entire career up until that point but skimming through it seems there is a lot of emphasis on his A&M days.
I have a tendency to read more than one at a time. For the most part, they fall into three categories: professional (either topical or management/self-improvement), historical and classics. I typically won't read a work of fiction unless it's received general acclaim. I've made it a point to build on my knowledge of Alabama and the South. I have some books on professional development that I've returned to more than once, including Turning Pro by Pressfield and Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith.
That's one of my worst habits. I currently have three books that I'm going back and forth between (new Ken Shamrock biography, John Hannah's biography and a wrestling book) along with comics that I read intermittently throughout the week.