Carol has had a life-long interest in all things relating to survival. Even as a child in San Diego, she carried around a small canvas bag with a bottle of water and a piece of fruit, a pocketknife, a flashlight and a deck of cards. Later she enjoyed backpacking, where she could carry around a lot more stuff and even got to stay out overnight! More recently she enjoys being a “survivalist” and pondering what life would be like in a post-apocalyptic world. Joining the Army at the age of eighteen, she was the first woman to attend the U.S. Army Chemical School, and was trained in CBR, or Chemical, Biological and Radiological laboratory techniques. Carol has participated in two 10 day backpacking/survival trips and is a certified scuba diver. She has a private pilot’s license and has completed a few 50k races, several marathons and many, many races at shorter distances. She graduated from California State University Northridge with a Bachelor of Science in Biology/biotechnology and has worked as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist for most of her adult life. Carol has three daughters and a son, and lives in Colorado Springs with one of her daughters, a granddaughter and her newly adopted grandson.
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The Search For Home - A Post Apocalyptic Novel
by C.A. Bird
In the final book of the Humanity Abides Series, Mark Teller, his wife and family and a small group of friends, leave their sheltered valley in New Mexico to head for California. Trying to find out if anyone else has survived, they travel across country, finding good and evil people... and danger, along the way. Their survival and future of the country may lie in the hands of one man.
Emergence - A Post-Apocalyptic Novel
by C.A. Bird
In book two of the Humanity Abides series, Mark Teller and over two hundred other survivors of a devastating nuclear war struggle to live in a world gone mad. Driven from their shelter by unimaginable creatures they begin the arduous task of rebuilding civilization in a hidden valley of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This is a story of revenge, loneliness and Mankind’s need for community!
by C.A. Bird
All-out nuclear war… What would you do? Where would you go? Would you and your family survive? Two hundred and sixty-four survivors answer those questions in this story of courage and struggle. Selected to live and carry on through the toughest ordeal mankind had ever faced, a small remnant of humanity must learn to survive and cope in a world forever changed...
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