Smile. It's the switch that turns on your charisma.
Now Available in Paperback!
The new book by Darrell Fusaro encourages the talented and timid
to trust their gut, act on intuition, and step out boldly.
"The stories are inspiring, constructive, and humorous. Fusaro has a positive, down-to-earth, and fun-loving style; he's like a cross between Dave Barry or David Sedaris and Emmet Fox or Eric Butterworth. If you like spirituality but don't like hearing it from blowhards, gurus, or academics, you'll enjoy this. The drawings are great, too, if you like the old-school Sunday comics style of Charles Schulz and Bill Watterson. Recommended." –Amazon, Customer Reviews
Even if you just bought it for the chapter titles and Darrell Fusaro's illustrations alone, you'd be getting more than your money's worth for this book. Darrell Fusaro's old-school charm and no-nonsense approach to spirituality will keep you laughing and inspired. His wit and wisdom is packed into easy-to-digest, bite-sized stories of how he transforms chaos into tranquility and succeeds by doing the opposite of everyone else.
"Rarely does a book inspire me like "What if Godzilla Just Wanted a Hug?" has done. Your book invites people to look seriously but lightheartedly at their usual responses to life situations. You offer simple, practical alternative responses that really CAN turn any negative experiences into positive, life-affirming ones. I've recommend this book to my congregation and have used some of your stories as great examples during my Sunday talks." –Rev. Tom Thorpe, Unity of Independence, Independence, MO.
Personally signed copies available directly from author.
PRAISE FOR WHAT IF GODZILLA JUST WANTED A HUG?
“Darrell Fusaro shares his life lessons with inspiring creativity. This book is encouraging, funny, and heart-warming —a combination I highly recommend!”
-- Laura Harvey, editor of Daily Word
"The words and illustrations of Darrell Fusaro's Hollywood self-help good-advice memoir play their way across the pages of his new book, the vignettes inspiring courage and laughter and even a tear or two. Spending some time with Fusaro's stories will leave with you no choice but to smile and carry on. He forgot to mention that he hangs out with a group of nuns, but then if he had, it would have necessitated a change to some of his more colorful adjectives." -- Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, Author and Film Critic, Sister Rose Goes To The Movies
"I love this inspirational little book. It was very, very entertaining and had a wonderful message about finding something good in every bad situation. The cartoons with the stories were wonderful. Yes I would recommend this book to everyone who needs a better outlook on life." -- Amazon Verified Purchaser, Customer Reviews
"Imagine that it’s darkest before the dawn, that it’s all about listening to your inner voice, and that everything works out for the best; you’ve just imagined “What If Godzilla Just Wanted a Hug?” by Darrell Fusaro. The renowned local cartoonist has come out with a volume that’s a self-help memoir filled with the illustrations that have made his name." -- Culver City Crossroads
Now Available on Nook and Kindle
Order today and enjoy your eBook!
"I downloaded this book to my Kindle by accident; I was looking for books about Godzilla because my 5 year old loves Godzilla. When I started to read him this story, I realized that this was not a children's book. I had no idea. So later on that week when I was bored waiting around in Jury Duty, I started reading it, and to my surprise found it very entertaining. This is a very cute and heartwarming story that gives some pretty good and simple tips on how to live life and enjoy the simple things. I recommend it, I found it funny and sweet as well." -- Amazon Verified Purchaser, Customer Reviews
What If Godzilla Just Wanted a Hug? reviewed in recent issue of Unity Magazine.
Invite Darrell to speak to your team, class, or at your event. Using examples straight from his latest book, What If Godzilla Just Wanted a Hug?, Darrell Fusaro will give your group the Confidence to Discover and Trust their Creative Ability to solve problems. They will be enthusiastic to apply what they've learned, and they will make the thrilling discovery that they are indeed capable of, as Thoreau states, “… a success unexpected in common hours."
Creativity opens a door where there are no doors. :)