Friday, January 9, 2015

Running With the Girls

Running With The Girls is a unique perspective on what truly makes a tale inspiring. We all love the account of the underdog overcoming insurmountable odds. However, this overlooks many stories of women, of all ages, races and runs of life, whose own narratives showcase the strength and resolve of the millions out there who never get their story told.

Focusing on seventeen vastly different women, Running With The Girls highlights the challenges of these women’s lives and how they have fought to get to where they are today. Not every story necessarily has the happiest of endings but fortunately none of the stories for the women in this book have ended yet. Regardless of whether all things are right in the lives of these women, every reader can draw motivation from the accounts of their lives as they represent us all.

Combining these uplifting accounts with a look at where women’s running has come from, where it is now, and where we can expect it to go in the future, Running With The Girls is unlike any book you have ever read.

If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift for the runner in your family, or anyone who likes to read about those who inspire, look no further.

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

My Books

It is with unbridled pleasure that I can announce my second book is available for purchase. This oh so thick book is entitled:

138,336 Feet to Pure Bliss - 

What I Learned about Life, Women (and Running) in My 1st 100 Marathons

Now, what is exactly 138,336 feet long?  Simple – a marathon. (Actually, a marathon, 26.22 miles is 138,435 feet.  The title referring to the more commonly known 26.2 miles, is an homage to how the marathon distance has changed so many times in its history.) What is the book about? 381 pages. (Ha!) But, in all seriousness the subtitle fully explains what is covered in all those pages.  It is a detailed account of what I learned about not only life and women but also, a smidgen of running along the way of my first 100 Marathons

It is simple to get your hands on your own copy.  Simply click on over to Amazon and get not only this book, but my first book as well, See Dane Run.

See Dane Run serves not only as a guide to 52 distinct and unusual marathons across North America (for those looking to find that right race) but more importantly, is an inspirational tome for anyone looking to push themselves further than they thought possible.

Either book makes a fantastic gift for the runner in your family. Here's hoping you run to your own bliss soon!