My book tells the story of accepting others and how they are without being judgmental or unloving.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) November 23, 2013
In a small, country town in rural Ohio, there is a young boy living with his family on their farm. It’s the mid 1940s and the boy, JW, passes the time with his dog Laddie and his pet raccoon, Minnie.
One night, as the dinner bell rings and the family gathers, young JW is nowhere to be found. What comes next is something out of this world. Literally.
JW discovers an alien and the boy’s family decides to help the alien, Zog, find his home on the other side of the universe.
“Chronicles of JW and the Creator’s Domain” tells the tremendous story of a family offering love and friendship to an outsider. Rather than shunning the stranger or deciding not to help him because of their differences, JW’s family goes out of their way in welcoming Zog to their quiet life on the farm.
“My book tells the story of accepting others and how they are without being judgmental or unloving,” said Blackburn. “Growing up on a small farm in Ohio allowed me a wonderful childhood full of adventure and happiness.”
“Chronicles of JW and the Creator’s Domain: Chapter One, The Beginning, JW and the Visitor from Zamdam.”
By J.W. Blackburn
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, AuthorHouse online bookstores
About the author:
John W. (JW) Blackburn was born in Williamstown, West Virginia. The family moved to Vinton, Ohio in 1945. He enlisted in the US Army and joined the 82nd Airborne stationed at Ford Bragg, North Carolina and in Okinawa, Japan. Over the years he became an art and antiques dealer and is currently a caregiver to a World War II Navy veteran.
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