Worthy online reads:
- Letter to Triathletes: for newbies and professional triathletes alike, this is an important read. Most triathletes understand we're guests in whatever towns embrace our crazy races. But in some towns, we have almost overstayed our welcome, due to the actions of a few. This letter points out what needs to happen, if we want our great sport to continue.
Worthy print reads:
Seven Drafts, by Allison K Williams
I'm again going to tip my hat to my agent, Amy Collins (Talcott Notch Literary Services), who has recommended another fantastic writing craft book. I'm using it with my current fantasy draft. It promises to help take you from an empty page to a well-edited manuscript in 7 specific draft steps. It's been a great resource, so far.
Iron War, by Matt Fitzgerald
It's October and that means the Ironman Triathlon World Championships will be held in Kona, Hawaii in just a few short weeks.(Why yes, I will be having a viewing party).This book recounts the most iconic race in triathlon history between two Ironman legends: Mark Allen and Dave Scott. From the mindset of these elite athletes to the competitive minute-by-minute race recap, this book is a page-turner.