William Paul Young has held many jobs, but he never thought he would be considered an author.
His wife persuaded him to write "The Shack," a book about faith and hardship, for his kids and family. After reading the book, two of his friends worked with him to have 10,000 copies of the book privately published.
The book sold out. Now, it's a New York Times best-seller with 5.5 million copies in print.
In "The Shack," Young pens a fictional tale about Mackenzie Allen Philips, whose youngest...Full Story