Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Where the Sky Doesn't End

Ron Nichols, author of Where the Sky Doesn’t End, will make an appearance Saturday, June 9 at the Deer Run Library Branch in O’Fallon, MO from 2-3:30 p.m.

A former journalist turned marketing communications practitioner, Ron Nichols was born and raised in O’Fallon. He’s a graduate of Ft. Zumwalt Senior High and the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism. The author of two photography books, Where the Sky Doesn’t End is his inaugural novel.

He began writing the book with his then middle-school-aged daughter to help her with her own writing homework, and to convince her writing is fun. The story blends themes from history, race and friendship into a coming-of-age tale.
When you’re 13, shy and seemingly alone, a dream can be the one thing that makes life itself worth living. That dream for Brendan O’Brien, is to fly.

Where the Sky Doesn’t End is a story about hopes, dreams, disappointments, triumphs, sacrifices and friendships. It is a story that will touch your heart and make your spirit soar.

(Check out the interview with Ron from my Feb. 6, 2012 post. He's a very thoughtful writer.)

Write soon,


  1. Sounds like an interesting book. I love that he began writing the book with his middle-school daughter. What a great way to bond.