Holiday Book Sale! (aka Inventory Clearance)

November 12, 2014

CandOThe holidays will be here soon. And I have some extra books in my basement. Time for a sale!

While they last, you can visit my online store and order signed copies of Chasing the Runner’s High and Overthinking the Marathon for only $8.99 each (regular price $12.99). And if you buy both books, you can save even more – get both for only $15.99.

While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up a copy of my new book, Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work, or the One Fund benefit anthology, The 27th Mile.

If you want the books inscribed for a specific person, be sure to email me after you place your order with the appropriate information.

Whether you’re celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Bodhi Day, Festivus, National Pastry Day, or Hogswatch, one (or more) of my books makes the perfect gift for the runners in your life. Especially when they’re on sale (I won’t tell if you won’t).


Win a copy of Idle Feet with The Everyday Warrior

November 10, 2014

ewAnother Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work giveaway – this one with Betsy Moats at The Everyday Warrior. Click here to enter.

Or take no chances. Life is uncertain. Buy yourself a copy today.


Order Signed Books Online!

November 7, 2014

You can now order signed copies of Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work or any of my other books online using your credit card! Click here to start the process.

If you would like your books inscribed in a specific way, just email me with the instructions after you place your order.


Idle Feet on the Diz Runs With… podcast

November 6, 2014

The Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work virtual world tour starts off with a chat with Denny Krahe on the Diz Runs With… podcast.


It’s Here! – “Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work”

November 5, 2014

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The waiting is over. Today, my new book, Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work, went on sale at all the usual on-line locations.

Idle Feet Do the Devil's Work

Click HERE to order the paperback
(Regular price: $14.99)

Ebooks are $4.99
(click on your ebook vendor’s link
to order)

Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work “is ‘just another running book’ like the Boston Marathon is ‘just another road race’.”
-Level Renner magazine

Hope you enjoy the book!

(Don’t forget to “Like” Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work on Facebook.)


Win a Copy of “Idle Feet” at Level Renner

October 20, 2014

lvl-idleVisit the Level Renner blog to learn how you can enter to win a free copy of Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work! (Hint: it involves subscribing, Facebook likes, and Twitter, all of which are #Free, and a Halloween deadline).

Or order your own copy today to ensure you get to read what Level Renner says, “is ‘just another running book’ like the Boston Marathon is ‘just another road race’.” Pre-order by the end of October, and you’ll save 20-25%!


Pre-order my new book: “Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work”

October 10, 2014

As writer/editor/publisher/marketer/chief bottle-washer/union shop steward for my tiny little literary empire, I am pleased to announce my new book, Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work!

It’s due to be released November 5th, but if you order before November, you’ll get a Special Pre-release Price!

Idle Feet Do the Devil's Work

Click HERE to order the paperback – only $10.99
(Regular price: $14.99)

Pre-order the ebooks for only $3.99
(Regular price $4.99)

Click on your ebook vendor’s link to order

My marketing people (see above) have this to say about the book:

Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work is an entertaining mix of facts, fiction, and opinions, all written with Ray’s unique blend of curmudgeonly candor and humor.

Ray takes a wide-ranging look at why so many people risk sore knees and smelly shoes in order to cross one more finish line, maybe, if they’re lucky, just a little faster than they ever have before.

Inside these pages, Ray covers a dizzying array of topics, including his experience guiding a blind runner at the Boston Marathon in 2013, the triumphant return to Hopkinton in 2014 after the bombing, the story of a runner who sells his ‘sole’ to the devil, marathon pacing tips and the one marathon training secret you won’t get anywhere else, what your race trophies are talking about when you’re not listening, and much more.

See why Runner’s World called Ray a “New England running fixture” and why Mrs. Marble (Ray’s kindergarten teacher) said Ray “enjoys explaining his ideas at great length.”

Take a minute to “Like” Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work on Facebook. It’s gluten-free.


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