Between Mother Nature and human nature, disasters are inevitable.
Lea was in a cemetery when the earth started bleeding. Within twenty-four hours, the blood made international news. All over the world, blood oozed out of the ground, even through the concrete, even in the water. Then the earth started growing hair and bones.
Lea wishes she could ignore the blood. She wishes she could spend time with her new girlfriend, Aracely, in public, if only Aracely wasn't so afraid of her father. Lea wants to be a regular teen again, but the blood has made her a prisoner in her own home. Fear for her social life turns into fear for her sanity, and Lea must save herself and her girlfriend however she can.
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About the Author
The only child of antique dealers, he was born in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Sullivan graduated high school from Friends School of Baltimore (the oldest private school in Baltimore, founded in 1784) in June 1990. He attended Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania becoming a brother of Lambda Chi Alpha (Theta Pi, member #1199) fraternity. He earned his B.A. in History in 1995. Mr. Sullivan spent his entire junior year of college (1992-1993) abroad at St. Catherine's College, Oxford University, England studying European history and philosophy. While in Oxford Mr. Sullivan was a member of the Oxford Union, the Oxford University Conservative Association, and the Oxford Law Society. Upon returning to the United States in June 1993 he took a year off from Gettysburg College to serve as office director of the Washington International Studies Council located on Capitol Hill.
Prior to attending law school in the United States he spent the Michaelmas Term 1995 at Trinity College, Oxford University studying jurisprudence and international law. From 1997 to 2000 he attended Widener University School of Law, Delaware Campus, from where he received his Juris Doctorate. Admitted to the State Bar of Maryland (2000) as well as the District of Columbia (2002), Mr. Sullivan spent 2000 to 2010 working at law firms in the Baltimore area practicing in the area of insurance defense. Mr. Sullivan is a Freemason having joined Amicable-St. John's Lodge #25, Baltimore Maryland in 1997; he became a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason in 1999, Valley of Baltimore, Orient of Maryland. The Royal Arch of Enoch: The Impact of Masonic Ritual, Philosophy, and Symbolism (2012, re-published 2016) was his first published work being the product of twenty years of research. In 2014 (re-published 2017) Sullivan published his second book, Cinema Symbolism: A Guide to Esoteric Imagery in Popular Movies. He is currently putting the finishing touches on Cinema Symbolism 2: More Esoteric Imagery from Popular Movies (2017) as well as writing his first work of fiction. Sullivan is also working on another book on Masonry titled Freemasonry and the Path to Babylon.
Mr. Sullivan been on numerous radio and TV shows including (but not limited to) Coast to Coast AM, John B. Wells' Caravan to Midnight, Sean Stone's Buzzsaw, Whitely Strieber's Dreamland, Truth Frequency, Gnostic Warrior, Fade to Black, The Higherside Chats, Red Ice Creations, Miguel Conner's Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio, Veritas Radio, and Shirley MacLaine's I.E. Radio among many others. In January 2014 he was Graham Hancock's Author of the Month.
Robert is the CEO of Deadwood Publishing, LLC., the exclusive publisher-distributor of his books. A lifelong Marylander, he resides in Baltimore.
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Kaitlin Ward lives in a small New Hampshire town with her husband and son. She studied animal science at Cornell University before becoming a freelance writer. Kaitlin co-founded the well-known blog YA Highway, where she currently runs the popular Road Trip Wednesday feature.