Phoenix, Ariz. (PRWEB) September 8, 2007
High school student and author James F. Warne provides a rare glimpse into the character of today's youth with his first book, Character for Tomorrow. Warne's book, envisioned as the first in a series, is a collection of powerful stories by students attending Brophy College Preparatory school and gives a candid look at the challenges facing young people today.
Impressed by the life changing and inspirational stories he heard from his fellow Brophy classmates, James Warne desired to share the voices of these young men (ages 15-25) as they confront challenging times that ultimately shape their character for a lifetime.
As a high school senior, Warne collected stories of intimate, everyday struggles of his Phoenix classmates. He compiled these inspirational stories and combined them into his first book, Character for Tomorrow (http://www.camelbackpress.com). Throughout Character for Tomorrow, Warnes' peers discuss their defining moments and feelings of fitting in, handling rejection and embracing risk through personal and captivating stories.
Warne's message is that character in tomorrow's leaders is abundant and contagious. "By exposure to their examples, we naturally summon our own courage to rise up to our challenges and dreams." Young author Warne believes that "Inspiration and heart can be found in many places, even in the person sitting next to you in school."
Character for Tomorrow is available at Borders Books & Music at the Biltmore Fashion Square location in Phoenix, at Scottsdale's Waterfront location and other local Borders. The book can also be purchased online at http://www.characterfortomorrow.com.
Warne founded Camelback Press, LLC and the Character for Tomorrow Series as a way to give back to his community. The mission of Camelback Press is to publish a series of unique anthologies - inspirational to all ages - about the character and values of today's youth.
Readers are invited to contribute stories for future editions in the series on the web site http://www.camelbackpress.com/w/Guidelines.