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Jason F. Wright

Författare till The Wednesday Letters

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Jason Wright is a bestselling author and a political commentator and the co-founder of, a website for political junkies. His articles have appeared in over 50 newspapers and magazines across the US. He is the author of several books including The James Miracle (2004); Christmas visa mer Jars (2005); Christmas Jars Reunion (2009) and Penny's Christmas Jar Miracle (2009). Jason is also a popular speaker who speaks on the origin of the Christmas Jar, the lost art of letter writing, service, and other topics. Jason is from Charlottesville, Virginia, but has also lived in Germany, Illinois, Brazil, Oregon and Utah. Jason is married and has 4 children. (Bowker Author Biography) visa färre
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Verk av Jason F. Wright

The Wednesday Letters (2007) 1,300 exemplar
Christmas Jars (2005) 676 exemplar
The Cross Gardener (2010) 203 exemplar
Recovering Charles (2008) 136 exemplar
The Seventeen Second Miracle (2010) 130 exemplar
The Wedding Letters (2011) 113 exemplar
Christmas Jars Reunion (2009) 112 exemplar
The 13th Day of Christmas (2012) 81 exemplar
The James Miracle (2004) 46 exemplar
Penny's Christmas Jar Miracle (2009) 45 exemplar
A Christmas Jar for Santa - A Christmas Jars Story (2010) — Författare — 38 exemplar
Even the Dog Knows (2022) 12 exemplar
The Proposal Letter (2013) 7 exemplar
The Christmas Doll (2019) 5 exemplar

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Recommended: YES!

This was a glorious used-bookstore-find, and a rare book that I will probably read multiple times. It gives me the warm fuzzies, but avoids the cliches and cringing that often also accompany the warm fuzzies.

The adult children of this family suddenly lose their parents and all come together in their hometown to handle it, when they find a basement full of THOUSANDS of letters that their father wrote to their mother, weekly, without fail, for their entire marriage. Including the last one, which he wrote immediately after his wife died in his arms and before he takes his own life / dies of heartbreak. Reading through the letters reveals some intensities of their parent's marriages they had never known, and deeply rattles all the kids as their images of their parents - and themselves - changes forever.

Also, the "Epilogue" and its presentation KILLS ME with how adorable it is!!!! All I'll say: read to THE VERY END OF THE BOOK.
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Jenniferforjoy | 61 andra recensioner | Jan 29, 2024 |
The idea of having friends and family write letters for a couple to be married is awesome. It's been awhile since I read The Wednesday Letters so I had to figure out some of the characters mentioned. Good clean story. A little predictable but surprises too
LuLibro | 3 andra recensioner | Jan 22, 2024 |
This is a great book. Great food for thought too.
LuLibro | 61 andra recensioner | Jan 22, 2024 |
The Maxwell's own a furniture repair shop. Hope Jensen sees the opportunity as a reporter to move up. She lies to the Maxwell's when she tells them she is a college student writing a story and wants to interview them. The Maxwell's are a very welcoming family and each time she visits she becomes more attached to them. They share family stories and eventually tell her of the Christmas jars. Each year members of the family put spare change and sometimes bills in the jar. During the Christmas season they present it to someone who is in need, Hope realizes at one time she was the anonymous recipient of a jar. After many months of visiting the Maxwell family, she feels guilty about her untruths and avoids the family. As time passes, she learns some awful news of the Maxwell family is compelled to visit them again, apologizing for the lie.… (mer)
dara85 | 32 andra recensioner | Dec 7, 2023 |



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