A Dude Says Goodbye | Books for Dudes

After nine years, this is it—the last BFD column. Last laughs are rarely all that funny, but let’s see what we can cook up.

Running, Cycling, and Sleuthing Dudes | Books for Dudes

This month’s BFD features the usual gamut of worthy titles, includes a cookbook and some endurance athlete stuff, and also sprinkles in some “ugh” books to avoid.

A Circus Escapade, Tips for Distance Runners, and More | Books for Dudes

This month Doug reviews Mary Beard, feminist classics author supreme, Tessa Fontaine, a talented writer masquerading as a circus performer, a dark-as-a-dungeon tale of pathology from Christopher Yates, and the greatest-book-in-the-world-this-month by JM Gulvin.

Coincidences, Gravity, and Toxic Tech | Books for Dudes

So many good books, so little time. It’s the bane of a reader’s existence, right? A day without reading is like a day without a little sunshine.

Supernatural Land, Serious Reads, and Brave Explorers | Books for Dudes

Most of this month’s ten BFD titles are AWESOME. You have your all-fun books, your unbelievable ones, and even supernatural ones.

Soccer, Sunshine, and Secret Agents | Books for Dudes

This month’s reviews include guides to soccer terminology and reconnecting with nature, fiction about secret agents, and a moving true story of arson in rural Virginia.

A Mad Bomber, Ungentlemanly Warfare, and Prog Rock | Books for Dudes

The staff, volunteers, and partners here at BFD Enterprises found some great stuff this month, including amazing short stories and a book about Winston Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.

Book Club Picks, a Literary Detective Story, and More | Books for Dudes

The best fiction makes the possible probable, and Doug continues his search for it in this month’s Books for Dudes column.

A Contemporary Haunting and a Roving Monster-Bear | Books for Dudes

This month, Doug reviews crime fiction, a new edition of a trusted triathlon training book, and, in his words, “sf so undeniably imaginative it has reinvigorated my cold, dead heart.”

Crime Fiction, a Cozy Corner Read, and Woodland Survival Tips | Books for Dudes

This month BFD reviews an unthrilling thriller, an unromantic romance, sips a cuppa tea in the rocker with a Cozy Corner read, “discovers” an already famous talent, and more.