I was very happy to see Women Who Tri receive a little shout-out in Publishers Weekly's "Going the Distance: Sports Books 2017."
In this article, Pete Croatto discusses how more books about endurance sports are now examining the personal side of running (or, in my case, triathlon.)
"Women Who Tri (VeloPress, Apr.), by clinical psychologist Alicia DiFabio, who ran her first triathalon at 45, delves into the increasing popularity of the event and other endurance sports among so-called ordinary women such as herself."
And P.S., Yes I am now regretting that my AGE is on, like everything (the back of the book, the press release, all these nice write-ups). What was I THINKING?!?!