A beginning is the hook. It's the thing that keeps you reading on. Don't screw it up. Yes, that's a threat.
Last post in the three-part series of posts on how you can learn a lot from running and use that with your writing goals. Lessons 5 and 6 and the wrap up are in store, here.
This is part two of how running and writing work really well together. If you run, you know these things. So go apply that to your writing! If you write, but don't run, you can still use this. I promise.
The trick to writing your first book? It's a really crazy secret that's not crazy at all. You just start writing. And you start with whatever you have, wherever you are. Or use my ten other book writing tips to get you started.
There are so many lessons I take from running that I now apply to my writing. Lessons that I only learned over the past year by actually putting it into practice. Truthfully? It has made all the difference. Start here.