It's January 2010, which means we are still a good 10 months away from the peak of 2010's hockey book season. But I have big plans for Hockey Book Reviews.com in the meantime.
With the Olympics coming fast, we will soon be looking at some great international hockey books.
Of course we will be previewing the hockey book class of 2010.
I have a couple of texts I have to catch up on: So, You Be Keon and I'll Be Mahovlich by Oksanna Crawley and Hockey Night in Mildmay by John Thompson.
And I'm also introducing a new feature called 2 Minutes For Booking, where I will share a favorite passage from a hockey book in my library. In addition to enjoying the quote, hopefully it will introduce you to some old hockey books for you to add to your own library.
My first installment of 2 Minutes For Booking features Bruce Dowbiggin's 1998 book Of Ice And Men.
And just for fun, I thought I might throw in the odd non-hockey book I find of interest, and maybe you would to.