James Mackenzie Wright

Biography

While searching for a new energy and optimism following several sudden and untimely young deaths within his circle of friends and family, including those of his fiancée and sister, James started writing short stories in an attempt to define and crystallise his feelings.

Readers, regardless of their religions or belief systems, found themselves exploring their own responses towards his stories in which tricky concepts - death, life, personal accountability, fulfilment of purpose - were fascinatingly intertwined. With encouragement, feedback and support from them, those stories led to ‘Seven for a Secret’ - a timeless, magical adventure, provoking intriguing perspectives on why we are where we are in life.

During two decades as a teacher and performance coach, James has delivered hundreds of talks and workshops around the world, accumulating a hoard of insights into the challenges and choices associated with personal achievement and peak performance.

He is committed to the work of Amnesty International and speaks regularly in schools and colleges around the UK on their behalf.

James divides his writing time between the UK and South France.

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Books

Seven For A Secret
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 51,000. Language: English. Published: May 19, 2010 by Fisher King Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Emotional healing
Holly and George sneak out of a gloomy bereavement party, held in memory of their sister Helen, who had died suddenly, a year earlier. Outside they meet six mischievous Magpies who whisk them away on a magical adventure to meet Helen in an unimaginably beautiful other-world. Here they come to understand how to live through their loss in a positive, playful and productive way

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