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A Novelist who Runs

If I didn't run, my writing would be very different from what it is. To be a fiction writer, the most important qualities are imaginative ability, intelligence, and focus. To keep these going at a high level, you can't neglect your physical strength. Otherwise, you can't accomplish anything very intricate or demanding. 

Haruki Murakami, novelist

Source: Runner''s Daily Kick in the Butt

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