Join writer, speaker, and educator David Nazario as he facilitates an engaging discussion and reads from his multi-genre book, “Make Love Your Religion: How to Put Love First & Succeed at Doing What You Love,” October 29 at 7 p.m. at the Hubbard Interfaith Sanctuary.
Nazario will talk about the steps he takes to ensure that he only does what he loves, yet calls it “work.” At age 34, David has never had a full-time job. He earns an income writing, speaking, and working with young people – all activities that he loves to do. “Make Love Your Religion” explores David’s journey as an Afro-Puerto Rican writer, traveler, and young professional from a poverty-stricken city in southeastern Pennsylvania.
This multi-genre text for people of all ages combines self-help, workbook, and memoir elements to create a narrative that encourages readers to consider doing what they love for a living a spiritual act. David’s goal in writing this book is to dispel the concept that we are trapped by our circumstances and to plant the seeds that success is within reach for all of us when we put love at the forefront of all of our endeavors.
Nazario is a college advisor and instructor, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker. He is the founder of Scared of a Day Job LLC., a writing-services provider.
Sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life and the Communications Department, the author talk and reading will include a book signing and Q&A session. Light refreshments will be provided.
What: Author presentation, Q&A, and meet-and-greet with David Nazario Where: Hubbard Interfaith Sanctuary When: Monday, October 29, 7 to 8:15 p.m. Ticket information: Free and open to the public.