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Author William Gurstelle Shows You How To Defend Your Castle

Defending Your Castle: Build Catapults, Crossbows, Moats, Bulletproof Shields, and More Defensive Devices to Fend Off the Invading Hordes is now available in paperback from author William Gurstelle. It presents a tongue-in-cheek look at what to do when the world finally goes to hell in that proverbial hand basket. Each chapter introduces a new bad actor in the history of warfare, details his conquests, and features weapons and fortifications to defend against him and his minions. Clear step-by-step instructions, diagrams, and photographs show how to build a dozen projects, including “Da Vinci’s Catapult,” “Carpini’s Crossbow,” a “Crusader-Proof Moat,” “Alexander’s Tortoise,” Read More

Sustainable Homebrewing: An All-Organic Approach To Crafting Great Beer

From author Amelia Slayton Loftus, Sustainable Homebrewing gives you expert knowledge in a comprehensive guide that includes everything homebrewers of all levels need to know to brew delicious, organic beer. Loftus covers the whys and hows of organic brewing, things to consider when buying equipment, and everything you need to know about organic ingredients (what makes them different, how to get them, and how to make substitutions). Also included: more than 30 irresistible recipes. You’ll learn how to brew sustainably by growing ingredients yourself, recycling water, using solar energy, and achieving zero waste. Loftus also includes information on developing new Read More

William Shakespeare’s ‘The Star Wars Trilogy’ (Yep, You Read That Right)

Author Ian Doescher has uncovered the ancient manuscripts of The Star Wars, and as it turns out, they were written first by William Shakespeare before ever finding their way into the hands of George Lucas for a film adaptation. With William Shakespeare’s Star Wars, The Empire Striketh Back, and The Jedi Doth Return, fans of the Bard and Star Wars will enjoy this mashup. Here’s an example of the kind of language Shakespeare’s Star Wars is written in: HAN: Pray tell, what shall the cargo be? OBI-WAN: -Myself The boy, two droids, and ne’re a question ask’d. HAN ‘Tis what, Read More

Look Back On A Legend With McQueen’s Machines

Steve McQueen has been linked more with cars and bikes than any other person in Hollywood. The star was known for doing his own driving in the iconic car chase scene from the film Bullitt. That time, he commandeered the wheel of a 1968 Ford Mustang GT that, from that film forward, has been inseparable from the man’s legacy. Then, in The Great Escape, he proved to be equally adept on two wheels, guiding a Triumph motorcycle. In the book McQueen’s Machines, readers get a close-up look at the cars and motorcycles McQueen drove in movies, those he owned, and Read More

Haute Dogs: A Book That Makes Hot Dogs Even More Delicious!

Full disclosure here: I don’t know what hot dogs are made from. I know a simple Internet search would fix all that, but I don’t care to know, because they’re friggin delicious. And today, we have a book we’d like to tell you about that will only serve to make them better versions of their already tasty selves. Introducing Haute Dogs: Recipes for Delicious Hot Dogs, Buns, and Condiments. This is required reading for every guy and gal, who ever loved The Dog. Recipes here glean inspiration from every corner of the world, with everything from south-of-the-border BBQ to Japanese Read More

100 Books For The Self-Sufficient Man

Being a self-sufficient man seems to have gone by the wayside in this age of technology and instant gratification. Ironically, these namby pamby times have managed to spring a wealth of information for showing us how to live smarter, more rugged, and “off-the-grid.” So why aren’t we using the information? Well, some of us are. For the rest of you, check out these 100 Books For The Self-Sufficient Man, and start your education today.  We’ll start with the Top 30 Hunting, Fishing, And Trapping Books

Console Wars: The Original Battle Of Sega And Nintendo!

Did you grow up in the ‘80s and ‘90s? If so, your life was probably touched in some way by the two major video game companies of the day — Sega and Nintendo. From the classic Master system and the original NES to the later Genesis and Super Nintendo, this Golden Age in video game history paved the way for the more advanced shooters and role-players of today. Now with the book Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle That Defined a Generation, you can relive those days with 576 pages of interviews and insider information via the people from Read More

Evel Comes To Cooperville: Knievel, That Is

Done to Death Projects is proud to present Evel Comes to Cooperville, a new book featuring never-seen-before photos of Evel Knievel’s 1972 visit to the Oklahoma State Fairground. As the story goes, Jack Cooper, the owner of Cooperville Car Dealership, organized for Knievel to come to Oklahoma for a performance. Forty years later, Cooper’s Grandson, Garrett Colton, discovered a box of slides in his grandfather’s attic that were taken during the weekend of Knievel’s visit. Now, Colton, in collaboration with Done to Death, is making those slides available to the public for the first time ever in a hardcover volume. Read More