Runner Reads: Katie Arnold’s “Running Home: A Memoir” a look into grief and mental health

The more I read, scroll through Instagram and watch TikTok videos, the more I see I’m not alone when it comes to mental illness. I’ve been doing well for a while, but there’s something validating about realizing just how common it is. I recently listened to Katie Arnold’s book, “Running Home: A Memoir,” in which … More Runner Reads: Katie Arnold’s “Running Home: A Memoir” a look into grief and mental health

Runner Reads: “Four Seconds from Boston” by Vince Pavic

Follow @vanessajunkin It’s not often that I get to read a book by someone I know, so I was interested to read “Four Seconds From Boston” by Vince Pavic. I don’t know him too well, but he is a fellow member of the Eastern Shore Running Club and now lives in the same area I … More Runner Reads: “Four Seconds from Boston” by Vince Pavic

A Running Book Per Month: “The Running Dream” finished; “Once A Runner” next

For April in my A Running Book Per Month series, I read the first fiction book about running that I can ever remember reading — certainly in recent memory. And I really enjoyed it. The book was Wendelin Van Draanen’s “The Running Dream.” I had to venture into the young adult section of the Wicomico … More A Running Book Per Month: “The Running Dream” finished; “Once A Runner” next