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Running for ME/CFS no. 46

This series will draw to a natural close once I’ve run the Great North Run, on 13th September, and posted my final piece with the results. However, from now to the actual run, I’ll be increasing my posts on an ad hoc basis when I have something new to report.

So, yesterday, I did my usual Wednesday run; this time 7 runs of 4 minutes alternating with 1 minute walks, making a total of 35 minutes running in which I covered 3 and a half miles through the forest.

But my real purpose in this post is to introduce a short video from my publisher. Dan Grubb, owner of Fantastic Books Publishing, who published my fantasy trilogy, A Seared Sky, and my science fiction novella, The Methuselah Strain, was originally hoping to act as my pace maker for the run. However…well, why not watch the video to find out? You’ll see what a great supportive guy he is, and you’ll get the odd laugh along the way. It’s only 7 minutes, but it’s worth the watch.

Should you wish to contribute to Action For M.E., please click here and take the easy steps to make a donation. Or, even simpler, send the text ‘MESA76’ (without the quotation marks) to 70070, to donate £5 via your mobile phone. Thank you.

And don’t forget, you can purchase my book on ME/CFS, M.E. and me; Chronic Fatigue: My Recovery After 10 Years, through the links on my ‘Published Works’ tab on this website. Half the proceeds will go to the same charity.

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