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America's Passion for Great Sports Novels

Americans have always had a love for sport which dates back to our earliest days on this continent. Our colonial days offered few outlets for sporting events, but as our country evolved rodeos and bare-knuckle boxing became wildly popular with both rural and urban inhabitants. Another passion Americans have always had is a love for literature, and when you combine the two you have a platform for an amazing novels about sports. All sports contain a wide range of human emotions and all great sports novels bring out these emotions will eloquent writing and an engaging storyline.

The majority of readers who love novels about sports have played a sport at some point in their life. The top sports books place the reader in the shoes of the characters and make them feel part of the action. Former and current athletes also know that what happens on the field is only a fraction of what comes with playing competitive sports. Personal lives, training, and the media are all mixed in and can lead to a very interesting plot. Novels about sports shed light on all of these aspects and bring these pressures to life through character and plot development.

The escape top sports books provide are another reason for their popularity. Americans love to watch movies and read for a brief mental escape from their daily lives, and if you love sports great sports novels are a perfect way to do so. This fantasy world is most often far from the daily burdens weighing you down, and to be able to dream in the world of professional sports is a popular getaway for many Americans.

And in addition to the players side of the spectrum, seeing what goes on in the front office is a popular genre of novels about sports as well. The owners and management are the ones who have to maintain the stadium, build a winning team, and deal with all of the personalities. These are only a few examples of their responsibilities and these three could spawn a variety of great sports novels. All top sports books don’t focus primarily on the athletes, and most readers have a newfound respect for management after seeing what they have to deal with. Americans love both heroic and tragic stories, and with the wide variety of sports Americans love, there are great sports novels out there for readers young and old.

The love Americans have for sports and literature are captured in the hundreds of compelling Top Sports Books on the market today. Please go to www.sportsfanchronicles.com to order an amazing sports fiction novel about two men vying to own their favorite NFL team.




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