J.W. Blackburn Takes Readers on Intergalactic Hunt for Space Criminals in New Book

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‘Chronicles of JW and the Creator’s Domain’ tells story of young boy, alien police officer, promotes family.

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In author J.W. Blackburn’s new novel, “Chronicles of JW and the Creator's Domain: Chapter One ‘The Beginning’ JW and the Visitor from Zamdam” (published by AuthorHouse), readers join a 7-year-old boy as he helps an intergalactic traveler return home.

“This story is one I hold close to my heart,” states Blackburn. “Though the story is fiction, the characters are real. They are based off my family and me.”

Seven-year-old JW is playing with his dog and pet raccoon on his family’s farm in southern Ohio, when a stranger happens upon him by accident. This is no ordinary stranger – this stranger is from a galaxy on the other side of the universe. Furthermore, this stranger is an intergalactic police officer with four criminals in tow. When the criminals escape, it is up to JW, his dog and pet raccoon, and two separate families to try and help the stranger get the criminals back and get them all home.

“I want my readers to come away from my tale with a new look on life,” states Blackburn. “I want them to learn to protect the ones they love and respect others.”

Chronicles of JW and The Creator's Domain
By J.W. Blackburn
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 354 pages | ISBN 9781481760775
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 354 pages | ISBN 9781481760782
E-Book | 354 pages | ISBN 9781481760836
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
J.W. Blackburn joined the 82nd Airborne after high school. While in the Army, he was stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and in Okinawa, Japan. After he was discharged, he moved to Columbus, Ohio and worked in various factories. He is now retired and helps care for a WWII veteran.

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