New York Times bestselling author Jason Wright is working on an exciting new project "that explores everyday people having extraordinary experiences," according to his website.
An author of 10 novels and a columnist featured in over 50 newspapers and magazines across the country, Wright has been recording the stories of inspiring men and women for years. But now, he's creating a book that will "bring them into one place with a very interesting—and top secret—twist," Wright shares.
"We want to introduce readers, especially teens, to the inspiring people all around them and the lessons they’ve learned," Wright continues.
For this project, he has been collecting inspiring stories—those moments that fundamentally change people's lives; moments of triumph, of forgiveness, of fate, of sacrifice: moments when people have learned deeper virtues. And you can be a part of it all.
All you need to do is share your story with others by calling 540-459-9002 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This will be Wright's first foray into non-fiction, a journey he's taking with the help of his brother and co-writer, Sterling Wright. He's excited for this new opportunity and the lessons it may teach him and readers across the country.
"Each story will link to a common virtue like charity, courage, forgiveness, honesty, kindness and mercy," Wright shares. "We’ve received some jaw-dropping stories of faith, endurance and heroism. We’re being reminded that the most inspiring stories don’t usually happen in faraway lands. They’re unfolding right next door."