Book Review: Weapons Mounts for Secondary Armament
Video / December 30, 2019

Get a copy here via Amazon: https://amzn.to/2QtIEvA “Weapon Mounts for Secondary Armament” is a nearly 1200-page reference on all manner of machine gun mounting systems for tanks, aircraft,t light vehicles, and ground mounts. The book was commissioned in 1957 by the Detroit Arsenal as a reference for engineers tasked with designing the secondary weapon mounts for new vehicles, and only a few dozen copies were printed. The original manuscript film was located by Dan Shea of Long Mountain Outfitters (now Phoenix Defense) and reprinted in 2007, because it is a massively valuable source of information on a subject that is not normally given close attention. For any machine gun researcher or collector, this book is clearly a must-have. It focuses on American equipment, but covers everything that was available to the US military form World War One until 1957, which includes a lot of foreign material. Not just standard material, but lots of experimental guns, tanks, vehicles, and mounts as well. I expect it is fully worth the cover price just as a pictorial reference to inter-war experimental US tanks, entirely aside form the machine guns. As of this filming, copies of the 2007 reprint are still available, for a…

Supermarket by Logic a.k.a Bobby Hall – BOOK REVIEW
Video / December 30, 2019

Hang out with me as I share my thoughts on Supermarket by Bobby Hall a.k.a Logic. Supermarket by Bobby Hall a.k.a Logic https://amzn.to/2ELeyip RachelRae YT: https://www.youtube.com/c/rachelrae Twitter: http://twitter.com/rachelraereads Music: Loyalty Freak – Let’s Be Serious A Second and Ryan Little

Why is being bad so much fun? Herman Hesse: Demian | Book Review
Video / December 30, 2019

Herman Hesse’s novel “Demian” details nothing less than a young man looking for the meaning of life – and it went on to inspire an entire generation scarred by the horrors of World War I. The novel remains as insightful today as it was a hundred years ago when it was first published. Philosophy, friendship, love and loss play a major role in “Demian”. Hesse’s coming-of-age story was published just after the end of World War I. The misery of the war is clearly communicated in the novel, as is Hesse’s interest in Jungian psychoanalysis. Hermann Hesse was born in Calw in 1877. His writings were blacklisted under the Nazi regime, and even after World War II, he failed to gain widespread recognition in Germany. Meanwhile, his writings rose in popularity in the United States in the 1960s, which eventually also made waves back in Germany as well. In 1946, fresh on the heels of the end of World War II, Hesse was given the Nobel Prize in Literature. In 1955, he received the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade. His bibliography includes more than two dozen publications, including the international bestsellers Steppenwolf, Siddharta, and Demian. Hesse died in…

Book Review | The Groping Don by Vukani Khumalo
Video / December 30, 2019

KwaZulu-Natal based writer and public servant Vukani Khumalo recently released his debut book titled THE GROPING DON: A TRASH HOLE PRESIDENT. This is a hilarious political satire that follows the shenanigans of President Donald Josh Graft of a fictional country called The United Scandals of Trumperica as he is being impeached and persecuted for being sexually inappropriate with a woman named Jessica Huckabee, among other charges. Vukani is joining us now from our Durban studio to tell us more about this book. For more news, visit sabcnews.com and also #SABCNews on Social Media.

Nella Larsen: Passing | Book Review
Video / December 30, 2019

Goodreads Review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2284050831 Passing is a novel by African American author Nella Larsen, first published in 1929. Set primarily in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City in the 1920s, the story centers on the reunion of two childhood friends—Clare Kendry and Irene Redfield—and their increasing fascination with each other’s lives. The title refers to the practice of racial “passing”, and is a key element of the novel; Clare Kendry’s attempt to pass as white for her husband, John Bellew, is its most significant depiction in the novel, and a catalyst for the tragic events. However, it also possible to attribute the title to the concept of straight “passing”, since the homoerotic subtext between Clare and Irene is undeniably there. Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/45198798-leynes #blackwritersmatter #bookreview

The Art of BRUTAL LEGEND [Book Review]
Video / December 30, 2019

Get your copy my new book THE ART AND MAKING OF FANTASY MINIATURES here: https://artandmakingofbooks.wordpress.com/the-art-making-of-fantasy-miniatures/ – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – If you enjoy these videos, please consider supporting the channel by becoming a Producer over on Patreon or donating via PayPal and help make The Art and Making of even better! PayPal Donation: https://www.paypal.me/theartandmakingof Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/artandmakingof Instagram: https://instagram.com/artandmakingof/ Check out The Art and Making of website for the most comprehensive listing art an making of books ever: https://artandmakingofbooks.wordpress.com – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Disclaimer: This book and all content within is the property of the respective…

Circe by Madeline Miller || Book Review
Video / December 30, 2019

Hey everyone I’m Lepakshi and in this video I bring to you my book review on Circe by Madeline Miller. If you enjoyed watching my video, then please do like, share, subscribe and press the bell icon. Thanks for watching! Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whats_booking/ Email ID: lepakshi310@gmail.com Grab a copy of Circe: https://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?k=circe

VENOM #21 Comic Book Review – MARVEL COMIC – Writer Donny Cates and Art by Mark Bagley
Video / December 30, 2019

VENOM #21 Comic Book Review – MARVEL COMIC – Writer Donny Cates and Art by Mark Bagley VENOM ISLAND PART 1 Donny Cates’ VENOM epic continues in grand fashion after ABSOLUTE CARNAGE, joined by industry legend and celebrated VENOM artist Mark Bagley MARVEL: https://www.marvel.com/comics Bob’s Channel: Everything Comics https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJIdNJiGMYRGvs_PL0Ng2aA Lets have some Coffee and talk some comics, every week Monday morning at 5:00am PST. You never know what comic books you might see but you will always know we have some great coffee. As always if you like what you see give me a thumbs up, If you are not Subscribed yet please do so. And don’t forget to leave a comment to be entered into the Giveaway. MAX PROTECTION SUPPLIES- https://www.maxprosupplies.com Use the Coupon Discount code “BUELLER” and receive 10% off your total purchase. Also follow me on Instagram at @coimcswithbueller My Email is buellercomics@gmail.com Thanks guys #trending #top10 #comicbooks #wonderwoman #dccomics

BOOK REVIEW: ALLEGIANT BY VERONICA ROTH
Video / December 30, 2019

*chokes back sobs* ok here’s my review. took a while to gather my thoughts. first 24 hours after finishing were just sobfests. FIND ME ELSEWHERE: blog: http://thebookbasement.blogspot.com/ twitter: http://twitter.com/thebookbasement goodreads: http://goodreads.com/thebookbasement instagram: bookishsophia