Join local author, J D Buckley, in the first floor meeting room as he talks on August 14 at 6:30 p.m. about his new book. In the book, a cherished family pet emerges from a harrowing ordeal, a new heroic creature. She joins forces with a highly unlikely cadre of characters to tackle a pressing communal problem. This comedic romp across the great state of Tennessee may – or may not – be a spiritual allegory which chronicles the highs and lows in the sojourn of a pilgrim.
J D Buckley is a native of small town West Tennessee. His father was a University professor, part time preacher and antique dealer. His mother raised seven children. He received a BS in Communications at Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN and a M S in Speech Communications at Murray State University. We worked for over 20 years in industrial equipment sales in Memphis. He has worked 30+ years as a high school and collegiate soccer official. He loves the outdoors: hunting, canoeing, hiking, and mountain climbing, traveling with the family, and experiencing other cultures. He is now working on a second novel “Juliette”: about an unusual vintage radio that can play back conversations from the past. He currently resides in Brentwood.
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