Tell us a bit about your family.
JW: I grew up in small towns in Mississippi and Georgia, and though my family started with very little, because he was an excellent investor, my father eventually endowed the football stadium at Mississippi State University, now the Davis Wade Stadium.
What makes you happiest?
JW: I am seeking my third and final wife, and I believe finding that true love would make me happier than I can even imagine.
CP: My husband, Darrin, and I enjoy traveling very much, though the simple things in life, such as cooking a wonderful meal together, bring me the most happiness.
What’s your greatest character strength?
JW: I have been told I am the most honest and ambitious person (my therapist had ever worked with).
Why do you write?
JW: I believe my calling is to write about heaven on earth, and that feeling is so strong that I do it on a nearly daily basis.
What are you most proud of in your personal life?
CP: I am most proud of the fact that, after having suffered much loss after Hurricane Katrina, I was able to piece my life back together, change career paths (leaving my beloved field of litigation for health reasons), rebuild my home, and trust that I would eventually love again. I am happy to say that although my life is much simpler in many ways than it had been, it is more fulfilling and happier than ever. I give my husband, Darrin, much credit.
What books did you love growing up?
CP: I read “The Outsiders” many times. I suppose, even though I was basically from the “right side of the tracks,” having gone to an excellent school, I always felt a bit different. As a young adult, I loved “The Awakening,” for its image of feminine strength.
What genre of books do you adore?
JW: I believe in reading for growth, so I read only non-fiction, mostly biographies. I have enjoyed learning about some of the most important and influential people of our times.
Editor and author John E. Wade II has compiled a spiritual guide of invaluable insight for finding peace and meaning in life while making the world a better place for all. Along with co-authors Charlotte Livingston Piotrowski, Daniel Agatino, Michael Nagler, and Martin Rutte, this collection of enlightening essays and inspirational quotes from renowned thinkers and leaders throughout history provides the intellectual tools needed to live a more harmonious life.
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Genre - Inspirational
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