Viva Editions Releases Gifts for Grads and Dads

Berkeley, California (EastBayDaily) — Celebrate grads and dads with audiobooks from Viva Editions!

The fast pace of life-after-college can seem like an infinite loop of new jobs, busy friends, and, and the challenges of planning a future. All of this can make it easy for someone to get stressed out. Contagious Optimism by David Mezzapelle shows that it is possible to look for and find silver linings in every cloud. Contagious Optimism includes wisdom and advice from business leaders like Marshall Goldsmith, visionaries like Ricky Wade, and just plain folks that will inspire anyone on any life journey.

What Would You Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail? by Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons is a compendium of random acts of courage and inspiration. Learn how how facing a crisis can inspire immense personal growth; simple, effective and proven methods for confidence and courage; rituals for facing and transforming fears, and much more. How one faces hardship shapes not only destiny, but identity.

For trivia-loving dads out there, Nicholas Belardes's A People's History of the Peculiar is a delightful treasure trove of trivia. Belardes has devoted his life to digging up explanations for the unexplainable, and now his outlandish findings are available to mystify and delight readers with hours of entertainment; but watch out, you may just become obsessed, too!

In The Art of Living Joyfully, Jollytologist Allen Klein presents a compendium of advice and plain common sense comprising a guide to good cheer. With over 500 bon mots of inspiration, The Art of Living Joyfully is sure to uplift and motivate.


Brenda Knight


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