We all know him as the front man of Monster Energy’s heavy metal legends Fozzy, or perhaps six-time WWE wrestling champion, but Chris Jericho is also three-time best selling author, and he has just dropped his fourth novel. The book titled “No Is a Four-Letter Word - How I Failed Spelling but Succeeded in Life” is a collection of 20 of the most valuable lessons learned by Chris over time, for helping to achieve all your goals and live the life you want.
Featuring a foreword by Kiss superstar Paul Stanley, No Is a Four-Letter Word tells the story of how a small-town Canadian kid followed his seemingly impossible dreams and, against all odds, made them come true. There are 20 principles discussed in the novel, each featuring the person who influenced it and how Chris applies these life lessons and attributes them to his success. Some of these influencers include Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, Vince McMahon CEO and chairman of WWE, Gene Simmons of Kiss, NHL legend Ted Irvine (Boston Bruins, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers, and St. Louis Blues) and more.
Whether you’re looking to get a promotion, land a certain gig, meet the girl or guy of your dreams, or become a champion in your field, No Is a Four-Letter Word can help you get there!
No Is a Four-Letter Word is out through Da Capo Press, August 29th. You can also listen to Chris Jericho’s podcast “Talk Is Jericho” here.