this book, thinking that it will make me appreciate these 26.2 miles a little more, but marathon training makes me very sleepy. I have yet to make it past the first chapter. And unfortunately, my library doesn't have it on CD which means no easy commute "reading." So I'm not sure this will actually get read before the big race. Something tells me I'll be happier on race day if I actually run, instead of read about it.
Incidentally, I have some epic drive time to put in these next few weeks. If anyone has good book suggestions I'd love to hear them. I've got 25+ hours of windshield time in my near future.