Instead of going back to watch television classics like The Sopranos or Lost, consider doing something high-school you would never have done: reading a 100+ year old book.
The intricacies of World War II are often discussed, but those of The Great War before it seem to be left only to historians, including a large, divisive protest movement, egotistic imperialism around the world, and the definition of patriotism. Their importance is fully captured, along with the players behind them, in this month’s Damn Good Reads.
If you’re truly interested in developing yourself into the man you know you can be, Manvotionals will help you hone your thoughts and open your mind to a clear path for achieving your goals.
Tray Jones wanted to be big on the block. What he discovered was a drug underworld both unforgiving and unapologetic.
August’s Damn Good Read: The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey by Candice Millard
This month’s selection of Damn Good Reads isn’t incredible only because the tale packed with adventure, cannibals, and a lost group in the jungle is non-fiction, it stars a former two-term president.
I decided to major in English Literature in college. Who would have thought that would lead to telling other young men what to read?
A gentleman is a lot of things, but there is one aspect that is rarely discussed but equally important: being well-read. This not only applies to keeping up to date in a man’s chosen field but also reading for pleasure. We start the list with 10 essential books for the modern gentleman.
While mainstream comics and graphic novels may be all superpowers and evil masterminds, the medium is full of fantastic work as good and important as their literary counterparts. We pick 5, what would you add?
We celebrate one of the world’s manliest of men with a Clint Eastwood retrospective – and by giving you a chance to win some awesome free stuff.
A good man is well-read. The books, or lack thereof, on your shelf reveal a lot about you. Spice up your home library with these good reads that offer a diversity of interests and a wide knowledge base.
Categories: The Field Manual
Heed the advice of former USMC reserves squad leader Jeff Wilser by ensuring your proficiency in these athletic milestones every man must be able to reach. Your manliness / performance at the company picnic may depend on it.
While you may not have touched any since high school English, classic literature achieves its legacy by being smart, witty, thoughtful, and informative – qualities every man should embrace. If you’re not reading it, you’re missing out on a lot of important life lessons.