where apologetics and fiction meet
Copyright © 2012 Crimson Moon Press
When JC Lamont left home at 17, she was convinced by her father (a pastor) that God couldn’t look at her, let alone
hear her prayers. After becoming Goth and exploring Wicca, she stumbled across a youth-oriented Bible handbook and
was dumbfounded to discover God loved her.
Thirsty for more, she read the Bible within 6 months and realized it was not merely a collection of moral stories, but an
action-packed, battle-ridden love story.
She spent the next 8 years researching and writing Prophecy of the Heir, an apologetic work on the Old Testament that
reads like a fantasy epic.
Her favorite movies are the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and her favorite authors are Dean Koontz and Frank Peretti. She
is currently working on Covenant of Blood, the second book in the Chronicles of Time trilogy, and her future plans
include owning a log cabin in Colorado and attaining a Masters in Apologetics from Biola University.
A seven-year editor with Creation Research Society, Robert Mullin is a cryptozoologist who has traveled to Africa
three times in search of a living dinosaur. He was featured on the History Channel's television show, MonsterQuest.
The concept for the Wells of the Worlds saga began in Robert's youth with his cousin, Jeff. When Jeff died in a tragic
accident, Rob was forced to write it alone. Bid the Gods Arise is dedicated to his cousin.
Rob is currently writing the second book in the series, Worlds Beyond the Well, and is planning his fourth trip to