Monday, November 10, 2014


Running and runners have the ability to do amazing things.

Running is an excellent example of self-discipline and determination.

Consider Mississippi's Felix Shipp, pictured below. He went from fat to fast, clocking a 3:49 marathon.

Below Felix is Father Christopher Zelonis, a Roman Catholic priest, who, on Sunday qualified for the Boston Marathon by turning in a marathon time of 3:08:46.

I was honored to tell the stories of both of these remarkable men in my latest book, "Personal Best."

Read about their remarkable journeys in the chapter entitled "Extraordinary."

Personal Best is available on my webpage, listed above, where I will personally sign a copy for you, and at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and It is also available at those sites in eBook form.

Personal Best is a perfect gift for the runner on your Holiday shopping list.