Alan Isaacs is a grateful man. Born in Tennessee and raised by a multitude of story tellers, Alan developed a lifelong appreciation for creative and positive media. He hopes this pioneering form of entertainment, which celebrates and encourages orphans and their forever families, blesses the reader. Alan lived in Philadelphia for 12 years and worked in Manhattan for two before returning to Tennessee. He and his wife live just south of Nashville in Franklin, Tennessee with children living in Madrid, Atlanta, and Knoxville.
"Fresh, fascinating concept. Up-beat spirit. Destined to become a Miniseries!"
- Howie Klausner, writer, Space Cowboys
In an innovative work of interactive historical fiction, use a cell phone to snap pictures of TrueBlue IM™ QR codes embedded throughout the novel to effortlessly connect the written word to an internet-based resource and learn the truth about several of history’s heroes and Xander Hawkins, an extremely wealthy man from Tennessee who engages a New York lawyer to create a Trust Fund to extend his life’s calling—the encouragement, education and care of Orphans.
Re-experience historical fact as it is woven into the fictional fabric of the Hawkins family by sitting in Xander’s study alongside the lawyer as he listens to stories about how the Hawkins family discovered a love for orphans and an unimaginable treasure! Over several days, the lawyer learns how more than 200 years of ‘Journaling’ from Xander’s ancestors continues to influence his approach to life.