Jimbok... you already know that the advice you've had is wise. They're spot on.
Make sure you have a rest week now and again, with significantly reduced mileage. Give your body time to adapt.
Cant disagree with the advice from above, however I properly started running last August and within 8months I am up to running high 40's/50 miles per week as training for the marathon I did last week.
For your autumn marathon this sounds like the right amount of mileage to do, peaking around 50. Then after your marathon up the mileage to 60 if you want Best of luck
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