“Running on Empty” released in paperback

Woohoo! I’m as giddy as “The Jerk” on phonebook day:


Why so happy? (Do you remember? Navin thinks he’s a “real person” once his name appears in print. Am I so different?)

My 2011 memoir, Running on Empty, has just been released in paperback!
Available now from all the cool places:

AmazonBarnes and Noble | Books-A-Million | iTunes | Indiebound

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Some of the nice things people have been saying about the book:

Few on this planet can match Ulrich’s extraordinary athletic accomplishments. He is nearly superhuman in his stamina and his willingness to endure mental and physical pain.
–The Denver Post

Ulrich pours his heart and soul into this page-turner.
–Running Times

Marshall is The Man. Definitively. His run across America at the age of fifty-seven sealed that distinction forever. … Nothing can stop him, and that gives us all hope, gives us resolve to keep trying.
–Dean Karnazes

From the back cover:

… Ulrich’s memoir imbues an incredible read with a universal message for athletes and nonathletes alike: face the toughest challenges, overcome debilitating setbacks, and find deep fulfillment in something greater than achievement.

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