“The book is about our values, our definitions of what is important and unimportant.”
VENTURA (PRWEB) June 28, 2012
“I find human behavior interesting,” says author Lowell Q. Witten. In his new book, “The Visitor From Mizrosian” (published by AuthorHouse), he compares life on earth with a lifestyle of opposite descriptions.
“The Visitor From Mizrosian” is about life on earth, as seen through the eyes of a visitor from a space planet called, “Mizrosian.” His planet has no similarities to earth and he sees images that we are unable to see. After a one year visit, he returns to his planet to tell his people about us.
“The book is about our values, our definitions of what is important and unimportant.” The author delves into how we interact with each other. “The theme is based on the possibility that there is actually life in space and how it differs from life on earth,” explains Witten. “On another level, we are left to ask some serious questions about life on earth.”
Readers are sure to find “The Visitor From Mizrosian” quite interesting, as they compare their values, mores and lifestyles. The reader will be compelled to think about personal behaviors and beliefs. The lesson to be learned is: “There is room for improvement in our human relationships here on earth.”
About the Author
Lowell Q. Witten resides in Ventura, Calif. After serving six years in the United States Air Force, he received an honorable discharge prior to earning a B.S. degree from California State University, Los Angeles and a master’s degree in social work from California State University, Sacramento. As an author, he has written, Racism and Sexism: Two American Cancers. His third book, TEARS, has recently been published. For more information visit, http://www.wittensbooks.com.
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