Fans of New York Times bestselling author Jason F. Wright can now enjoy his first novel, never released to the national market, until now.
Sam and Holly Foster never expected the hardship that caused their perfect world to shatter. It will take the miracle of their young son James’s toy boat and a mysterious man to remind them that heaven is not far and that love is never lost.
Amazon customer reviews:
“The James Miracle had me hooked from the first paragraph. The perfect mix of humor and real-life challenges.”
“We need stories like this more. This will make a great Christmas gift for all.”
“After reading book after generic book that seems to morph into one predictable story, The James Miracle stands out as a truly entertaining and reflective work.”
“Like Christmas Jars, the incredible book that started a movement and first introduced me to Jason, The James Miracle reminds me why faith and family are inseparable.”-Glenn Beck, #1 bestselling author and founder of The Blaze
“Plenty of uplift and tradition-affirming sentiment.”-Publishers Weekly
“Jason’s ability to write compelling fiction is a gift.”-Kieth Merrill, Academy award-winning filmmaker
“Sharp prose, clever characterizations, thought-provoking insights . . . fresh and spiritual.”-Don Piper, New York Times bestselling author of 90 Minutes in Heaven and Heaven Is Real
A very wise philosopher once said over hot caramel sundaes after middle school graduation: “Life’s miracles happen when you least expect them.” He said it wasn’t the well-planned, made-for-television moments that change and define us. Instead, our destiny is determined by how we choose to weave into our lives the random, unexpected happenings on seemingly normal Thursday afternoons. “Be prepared for chance, change, and miracles,” he offered with a wise wink. He preached that miracles would come in a thousand and one different packages. “And some will feel better on your soul than others,” he finished with a wrinkled smile, tapping the end of my nose with his dripping oversized dessert spoon.
Sadly, that wise man died when I was too young to fully appreciate his wisdom. It’s a shame; my father was a genius.