In my life outside of Runner’s Delight and the actual act of running, I occasionally moonlight as a writer. That said, I much prefer the well-placed words of others to my own, of watching tales unfold that I have not foretold and seeing truths behind fiction.* Should you also enjoy words gracefully placed on the page in fiction and creative non-fiction settings, you might perhaps enjoy this wonderfully cozy place accessible here on the world wide web: Fwriction.
At Fwriction, you’ll find the notes of Danny Goodman, who is not only wise and witty, but remarkably brilliant in a very understated fashion. You’ll also be introduced to pieces of writing that DG highlights as dessert in word form. Grab a spot by the heater, or save the Earth and snuggle under a heaping pile of blankets, open your browser, and have a safe and merry Thanksgiving holiday.
*Steve once told me, I admire too many mediocre writers to even consider joining their ranks. And be that as it may, while there is some sense of mediocrity within writing, there is far more goodness and greatness happening; and those are the ranks I don’t want to dabble in. I’ll take mediocrity and leave well enough alone.