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Title: The Untitled Journals of Steve Donovan's Marathon Training
Author: Steve Donovan
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.
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Steve Donovan liked smoking a lot, but he liked his wife and daughter more. When he started running to help himself quit smoking, he entered into a whole new culture. Donovan's competitive spirit leads him to train for the Chicago Marathon to break the four-hour mark. During that time, he kept this diary.The journal entries are humorous, touching and genuine. The Untitled Journals of Steve Donovan's Marathon Training is based on events logged in Donovan's journal from January 2003 to October 2004.His view of running becomes entwined with his personal life. Running helps him become more insightful about him being his best, but his competitive spirit takes a hit when a life-altering event leads to an epiphany.
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