Georgia Center for the Book and FBCD Conversations present author Diana Nyad, who was the first person to swim the shark infected waters between Cuba and Florida with no cage protection, set a world record, and fulfill a dream at age 64.
In a riveting memoir, Find a Way, Diana Nyad shares a spirited account of what it takes to face one’s fears, engage one’s passions, and never ever give up. For no matter what life may throw at you, or how many times you may experience defeat, it is always possible—as long as you commit to living life to the nth degree, no regrets—to “find a way.”
Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 7 p.m.
In Carreker Hall
(doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
FBCD Conversations partners with GA Center for the Book to host public dialogues in our community at the intersection of faith, purpose and values.