She's different and they know.
They need her but will she accept her role.
To have your life foretold in a prophecy is hard to accept. To discover that you're not completly human is even harder. To have people look up to her as the second Mary is unbearable.
All life forms remaining on this planet will die in the year 2225.
She is the key to unlock the road to the stars.
What is the key to unlock Casey A.
The Backwater project started in October of 1956 when a top-secret report was placed on the desk of the President of the United States.
That President put the file away before sitting down to enjoy his breakfast of oatmeal with extra cinnamon. He slowly blew on the steaming contents while enjoying the only quiet time of his day.
As he dipped the spoon in for the first taste there was one red and several flashes of blue light in front of him. His first thought had been that a reporter had somehow slipped into the room.
However, beyond the further edge of his bowl appeared a tiny dirty pair of bare human feet missing one little toe. At first, he thought the apparition was merely a small child.
He followed the thin body up past the crude leather dress to the extremely old face. After setting the food down in shock, he allowed his failing body to lounge back into the heavy chair.
Good morning. The old face giggled at him...
Casey A is an ebook complete with pictures and some animation to bring the story of Casey alive. Casey is a young girl with a mission given to her by her dying Grandmother - Elsbeth Morris Onetoe, Queen of Backwater. The format of the ebook highlights words spoken by different characters in different colours - allowing for easy following of dialogue for young readers. An entertaining story with a sci-fi slant.
About Michael Allen Teas.
I am six-three, 220 LB, with white hair and trifocals. I was born in Nuremberg, Germany on January 23, 1950.
My early life was spent traveling the world with a military family that settled in Houston Texas. Later we moved out of Houston to live in the Big Thicket. After graduating from New Caney High School, I was drafted.
I served seven and one-half years in the army, stationed in Vietnam, Okinawa, and the Panama Canal. My wife and I, with three children, returned to Texas to relocate near the old family home.
I learned geology in the field while working on the drilling rigs. This is where I do most of my writing.
My hobbies are fishing, wood sculpture, and of course writing.
Michael A. Teas