Eddie K. Wright
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About Eddie K. Wright
Eddie K. Wright is the #1 Amazon Bestselling author of his Gangster Turned Guru Presents series. Eddie began writing spiritual self-help books based on his experiences while guiding others on their path in developing a real relationship with God.
“The Evolution of a Gangster Turned Guru,” is his personal story of transformation. From being charged with running a criminal enterprise by the United States Government to being the leader of a spiritual community where he’s known as the Guru, Eddie’s former gangster mentality was converted by spiritual principals and God’s Universal Laws, proving there is no bad from which good cannot come out of.
His “Parenting from Prison,” “The Law of One,” “God’s Operating System” and “Microwave Cookbook” are expectant releases to keep his series diversified and inspirational. Eddie is the first father to write about the challenges of being the parent of a gay son in his premier release “Voice for the Silent Fathers”.
While serving his sentence, Eddie has become a fitness trainer and Yoga instructor. Recently he earned his Master’s Degree in Religious Studies and continues assisting others to awaken to the spiritual essence of who they truly are.
Titles By Eddie K. Wright
In his first memoir, Eddie shares his story of becoming a father at 18 years old who realized his son was showing ‘stereotypical’ signs of being gay while still in diapers. Spending most of his adult life engulfed in the street gangster/hip hop culture where this subject was not only hushed, but deeply frowned upon, he gives us the voice for what’s been kept silent for far too long, confronting almost every aspect of this taboo topic. It took years for him to silently accept his son’s homosexuality himself, regardless of all the signs. When his son was five years old, his favorite color was pink and there was nothing Dad could do about it. By the age of fourteen; he was an internet sensation, dancing on YouTube building his fan base to guarantee his success when performing as a drag queen a few years later. Eddie addresses the questions most are scared to ask; Was there anything I could do to stop my son’s homosexuality? When did I know my son was gay? What made him that way? Parents will find comfort in reading that Eddie admits that his son’s feminine behaviors embarrassed hi and he seriously contemplated abandonment, a choice that too many fathers feel they have to choose.