I Never Win Anything!

But this morning, right there in my inbox, was a notification that I won a copy of this pre-release book. I love the site Goodreads and they have this nifty FirstReads give-away. Basically, you sign up to win pre-release copies from publishers. If you win, they send you a copy of the book and they request that you post a review on Goodreads. How cool is that?

So, NaNoWriMo is going well. I am at over 22,000 words. Almost halfway there and right on schedule. It has almost worked out well that I have been sick for over three weeks. More reason to sit around and write. The impact on my running has not been that great. Think wheezing on hills and coughing up massive amounts of green phlegm, but I’m still running on Thanksgiving, even if I am not at a hundred percent. I missed over a week of workouts, so i doubt it will make that much of a difference in my physical ability to run the half, but it definitely has affected my mental game. Confidence level is not high. Link

  3 comments for “I Never Win Anything!

  1. Steph
    November 15, 2008 at 11:42 am

    Heh, heh, heh. Tell me ’bout it . . . Stud.

    I may make it to the finish in time to see you on Thanksgiving! I’m volunteering at water stop #2 (Artlite Office Supply) until 9, but if I book it and you take a few breaks I might make it. : )

  2. Dogwood Girl
    November 15, 2008 at 1:59 pm

    Yay, someone finally noticed it. Leave it to you to notice the details. I bet that you will beat us to the finish. I will definitely look for you at the water stop.

    I won’t stop, probably, but i will be walking parts. I have a cold that is in my chest and jsut won’t quite. I have done my long runs but they have been pretty horrible and I missed a week of shorter ones, which is messing with my head.

    You have my cel number, right?

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