Synopses & Reviews
The PostSecret phenomenon lives on! Frank Warren, "the most trusted stranger in America," offers the fifth book in his New York Times-bestselling series. PostSecret: Confessions on Life, Death, and God — born from Warren’s collaboration with the American Visionary Art Museum’s "All Faiths Beautiful" exhibition — is another provocative collection of never-before seen, artistically created postcards from around the world revealing the shocking, soulful, or laugh-out-loud funny thoughts and feelings we all share about life’s most profound questions. The original PostSecret was selected by the Los Angeles Times as a Favorite Book of the Year. The postsecret.com website has won numerous Weblog "Bloggie" Awards — including Weblog of the Year and Best American Weblog — a Webby and a People’s Voice Award and receives more than six million visitors a month, proof positive that we live in a PostSecret world!
The author of the New York Times-bestselling PostSecret books addresses life's biggest questions, as he reveals the incredibly moving, personal postcards he's received that touch upon every aspect of spirituality.
For the past four years, Frank Warren, known as "the most trusted stranger in America," has invited people all over the world to send him creatively decorated postcards bearing secrets they have never before revealed. He has shared these PostSecrets on his blog, in an internationally traveling art exhibit, and in four electrifying and bestselling books: PostSecret
, My Secret
, The Secret Lives of Men and Women
, and A Lifetime of Secrets
Warren's fifth book presents a never-before-seen collection of the most personal PostSecrets he's ever received—those dealing with life, death, and issues of faith and belief. The book lays bare the confessions of people at every stage of life, from every major faith (or from no faith). Warren's latest collection of secrets is his most profoundly moving yet.
About the Author
Frank Warren is a small business owner who started PostSecret.com as a community art project. Since November 2004 Warren has received more than 150,000 anonymous postcards. The website won two Webby Awards in 2006 and this year was named Weblog of the Year at the Seventh Annual Weblog Awards. The PostSecret project also received a special award from the National Mental Health Association for raising awareness and funds for suicide prevention. Warren lives in Germantown, Maryland, with his wife and daughter.