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Jim, I love the new blog. I can’t believe you remembered me after all this time. Thank so much for getting in touch. Let me know if you would like to swap links for a blog roll.
Wanted to see if you might be interested in being a guest for the Feb. #womensrunning chat on running and running stories since you are an editor. Thanks for your time and look fwd. to hearing from you.(Head to my site for more info and I can email you more info too!) Thanks!
I’m the author/publisher of two recent books on running. I would love it if you were to read my books and mention them on your blog.
“Chasing the Runner’s High: My Sixty Million-Step Program” is the story of how I pushed my addiction to running up to, and then past, my limits. I share what I’ve learned, what I should have learned, and what I still have to learn from running.
Marshall Ulrich, 4 time winner of the Badwater Ultramarathon, says my book “provides a hard look into the mind of a runner, offering advice that can only be had with experience and hard fought miles underfoot.” Adena Schulzberg, winner of the 2006 Arkansas Marathon, writes, “these are brutally honest tales, told with candor and frankness about strength, courage, obsession, desire and hard won understanding of self and sport.”
R is for Running is “the lighthearted lexicon that spells out what it means to be a runner”. Even the crustiest old runner will get a smile out of reading it (actually, 26 smiles), and it’s an inexpensive and unique gift.
As an independent publisher, I need all the assistance I can get to get the word out If you’re interested in reading the books in order to post something on your blog, do a review, or host an interview, please let me know and I’ll send you a digital edition in whatever format works for you.
Thanks for your consideration,
Book info and more:
p.s.: Your readers might enjoy this video of me reading “R is for Running”:
I read your blog about the ABC group. Can you give me the contact information of the ABC swim group? I swam with them last year in the Magathy river a few times, but I did not get on their email list. I want to swim with them and try out my wet suit again.
Thanks for the info,
You might be interested in this video interview I did with Gerry Duffy, who ran 32 marathons in 32 days.
Here is the blog post about it: http://www.bodyhack.com/blog/inspirational-interview-with-gerry-duffy-who-ran-32-marathons-in-32-days-22
Hope you like it!
My name is Becky Wilcox and I just want to say that I really enjoy annsrunningcommentary.com. I am a freelance writer that has the hugest passion for sports. I was wondering if I could send an article your way for review for possible publication on annsrunningcommentary.com?
I would even be interested in compensating you through paypal for your efforts in choosing to publish the article, that is of course if you think the article is an informational read that your viewers will enjoy.
Please let me know if your thoughts on this when you get the chance.
Thanks so much,
Ann – we’d love to have you guest blog for our site – repurposed content is OK. We’d promote and link to your blog. Let me know if you’re interested. Thanks!
It was awesome to meet you in person at Safeway last week. I follow your commentary and your twitter feeds. I am only training for a marathon but find your stories/blog so inspiring. You motivate me to keep going and provide me with a reality check that it’s okay to put my workouts ahead of some activities. I easily get caught up in mom, wife, work duties and forget to take care of me. I have 3 kids (12, and 9) and a husband who bikes as well. I hope I didn’t freak you out by approaching you in public but I have been looking forward to running into you on the trail or around town. Good luck with your Ironman training…. you are almost there!!!
Hi, running has been a very big part of my life. Since, the age of six, a near drowning created a peaceful type of mind-set, what I have come to know as Mindfulness. This mindful state of mind is really nice for it allows my runs to be enjoyable. Its like a run meditation. The next thing I know my five miles is up.
Hey Ann Nice blog. I tried to send a DM on Twitter but you don’t follow SergeantSlim! Anyway I will link to you.
I am following you on twitter now.
Hi Ann! I just found your podcast in iTunes. I’m a new podcaster too (SlenderSafari) and I would love to interview you to talk about your ironman and running! I have a show that I’m hoping to help provide encouragement, motivation and inspiration to people trying to lose weight or maintain their weight. I am just getting back into running, which is tough to do when you are 80 pounds over weight. You sound energetic and happy on your show and I think we’d have a great time chatting. Let me know what you think. You can reach me on my blog if you like (I hate to leave my email in a comment box for those darn spam bots): http://www.SlenderSafari.com/contact
Thanks and look forward to hearing from you
I am enjoying your blog and was wondering when you are picking a winner for the zensah Jacket. I signed up and will follow you now. Thanks
Ryan, I will do the drawing not the friday but the following – Friday the 5th of April.