John Cena’s internet life is almost as fascinating as his hairstyle.
On Instagram, he’s a mischievous prankster. On Twitter, a wise sage. The latter is such that my boss here on the site once felt Cena’s timeline was “essentially a self-help book at this point.”
Maybe it’s Geno who is the wise sage, because The Hollywood Reporter today let the world know that John is turning his Twitter into not one, but two self-help books!
The actor will release two new books of uplifting and motivating quotes, The Hollywood Reporter can advertise exclusively.
The messages featured in both books are inspired and adapted from Cena Twitter thread, in which he shares words of heartwarming and uplifting affirmations to his followers almost daily, such as “Put more to make a change, not an excuse” and “Live on earth. Grand dream. Love with gratitude. Never lose hope. “
“We all have a lot in mind, especially now, given the current state of the world. Words of encouragement can help keep us motivated and focused on what is really important, and I hope both Do your best every day to do your best every day and Be a work in progress will inspire children and adults to be the best versions of themselves, ”Cena said in a statement.
In Do your best every day to do your best every day, Cena shares statements about growing up and encourages young readers to do their part to make the world a better place. In Be a work in progress, Cena inspires readers to embrace challenges and seize and make the most of opportunities. Ballantine describes the book as “an incentive that readers will look to again and again to benefit from its values.”
“John Cena has a great knack for connecting and encouraging children and adults,” says Mallory Loehr, executive vice president and publisher of Random House Books for Young Readers Group. “These collections are a new way for him to encourage readers of all ages to celebrate their accomplishments and take the time to be the best version of themselves – whatever that may be.
The 16-time WWE World Champion and star of upcoming films Fast and Furious 9 and The suicide squad is already a bestselling author through his Elbow grease Children’s books. These new tomes, both scheduled for release on April 6 next year, will seek to appeal to children and adults alike.
Both will be illustrated, with the art in Do your best for the day by Susanna Harrison, Valeria Petrone creating illustrations for Be a work in progress. The Hollywood Reporter exclusive to work samples of both artists.
Ready to be motivated by none other than John Cena?