Old Hickory, TN (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
The stories in “Strides and Struggles” take place across the Midwest and eastern U.S., places like Nashville, Tenn., Washington D.C., Indianapolis, Virginia Beach, Va., and more. Herron’s stories all revolve around running, but also touch on homeless people, shingles, going home, death, floods, a near ambulance ride, beanie weenies and even hemorrhoids. “You will laugh, you will cry, and you might even sing a song,” Herron says. “You will feel the pain of running 26.2 miles and the joy of crossing that finish line.”
An excerpt from “Strides and Struggles”:
“Running the race of life is just like running a marathon. During each race you have to keep focused on the finish line. Otherwise you may veer off the course or completely quit. Each runner has a different goal. Some may be running to raise money. Some may be running because a friend invited them. Some may be running to honor a loved one. Some may be running to win or better their PR (personal record) time. Yet with all these different goals, all runners have the same basic goal: to cross the Finish Line. Hopefully we can follow God’s path and do His Will while running these races.”
“Many running books are by ‘elite’ runners that readers can’t relate to,” Herron explains. “Mine will make you laugh and inspire you.”
“Strides and Struggles”
By Kurt Herron
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781491830468
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781491830475
E-Book | 114 pages | ISBN 9781491830451
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kurt Herron, originally from Indiana, moved to Tennessee to attend Belmont College as a Music Major. He also made a career in Professional Wrestling. While attending Belmont, he got into competitive running. In the early 2000’s he took 4 years off from running. Upon his return, he realized his competitive races were behind him. Now he runs for the journey.
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