Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work

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Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work is “just another running book” like the Boston Marathon is “just another road race.. Regular Level Renner contributor Ray Charbonneau’s book will enliven the way you think about running. It’s a great read, at least as much fun as a run up Mt. Washington.

Idle Feet collects the best of Ray’s writing about running from Level Renner (of course) and an array of other publications, ranging from The Boston Globe and Marathon & Beyond to Ray’s personal blog.

Ray covers the entire course, giving readers new insights into a wide range of topics, from marathon training and pacing to what it is your trophies talk about when you’re not around. You’ll learn about running history, an unusual reason to be careful when picking a running shoe vendor, and much more, in articles and stories that are always On The Level.

The book comes out November 5th in paperback and all popular ebook formats. If you pre-order Idle Feet from before the end of October, you’ll save 25% off the list price.

Here’s how Level Renner readers can win an autographed copy of Idle Feet Do the Devil’s Work (you just need to do one of the things listed below):

  • “Like” our link to this post on Facebook (liking and sharing will triple your number of entries)
  • Retweet updates from @levelrenner about this offer using #IdleFeet
  • Tweet about this giveaway using #IdleFeet

As always, you must be a subscriber to win any of our giveaways (subscribing is free and easy, just see the right sidebar of this website).


If you would like to promote your product with us, contact kevbalance[at]levelrenner[dot]com.


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