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Thursday, October 31, 2013

The Earth Bleeds Red--Jackson Paul Baer

I am so happy to host Jackson Paul Baer and celebrate with him the release of his part literary, part suspense novel The Earth Bleeds Red. The book released this week, so hop on over to the links below and purchase a copy!   
THE EARTH BLEEDS RED (Pandamoon Publishing) is part literary, part suspense, and will cause you to fall in love with the Miller family.

Scott and Jessie are a couple in love. Ashley, their only daughter, is 17-years old and has vanished; leaving behind nothing but a pool of blood. Her strange disappearance is quickly thought to be a homicide. Her cozy, northwest town is stunned when police find the body of another girl at the bottom of the Willamette River. The eerie signature found on the girl links to a monster dubbed the Hail Mary Killer. While Scott searches for Ashley, the FBI feels convinced that she is the killer’s latest victim.

In spite of three other bodies with the same distinct marking, no one prepared themselves for the discovery in southern Oregon. Local hikers stumble upon a car in the mountain brush and a tattooing needle with an evil history surfaces inside. A cabin appears nearby with another gruesome discovery. Scott finds some solace in his friendship with Father Henry as he and Jessie try to salvage their marriage and move on beyond the loss of Ashley. The FBI finally catches a break when they unearth the dark past of the Hail Mary Killer’s family. What emerged in his basement is more terrifying than anyone could have possibly imagined.

I’m originally from Woodstock, Ga; north of Atlanta. I’m a huge Braves and Georgia Tech fan. I’ve lived in Oregon for the past 5+ years now and love the Trailblazers as well as Oregon State, where I will graduate with a B.A. in English in June 2014. I’ve been married for 10 years and we have 4 beautiful children together, aged 3-9. We are in the proces of moving back to Georgia to settle our family next to family.

I graduated from a Bible college in 2003 and that is where I met my wife. I spent 7 years as a youth & teaching pastor but have not been a pastor for the past 2 years now. I’m not very religious though you will find spiritual themes within my writing due to it being such a large part of the majority of my life. My characters, much like myself, struggle with faith, doubt, and love as a part of their everyday lives. The novel is by no means a Christian novel, however, with language you’d find in real life as well as situations not suited for a church service.

My favorite author is Joyce Carol Oates and I also love Junot Diaz and Sherman Alexie, among many others. Their novels have influenced me the most and I’d like to think my writing style resembles their amazing books. Them by Joyce Carol Oates is the best book I’ve ever read and if you’ve never read it, stop what you’re doing right now and read it. Seriously, do it now.


10/31/2013 12:00pm
I've seen this a few times now--it looks great, and very appropriate for today! :)

10/31/2013 1:07pm
Thank you :)

11/01/2013 11:57am
This sounds awesome and I'm in love with the cover!

Michelle ;)

11/08/2013 11:21am
Just dropping by to say hi! :) Hi *waves* ! I really enjoyed your post over at Meradeth's blog. :D

Oh I've seen Jackson's book around. Congrats, Jackson!

Erin Albert
11/08/2013 1:10pm
Hello!! *waves back* Thanks for reading my post on Meradeth's site and here! :)

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