The Seventh Ritual: a race for survival, a novel for adults based on a true story A remarkable journey through fear, grit, discovery, forgiveness and triumph... with a few laughs in between. Synopsis "You must discover the cause of your unhappiness by the end of this year...or you will not live to see the next." Disgusted and disbelieving, 34-year old Paul Jacobson dismisses what he's told by a Greenwich Village psychic. Only days later, while running in the New York City Marathon, Paul's mind positions him back to a past he's never known. This journey begins the race for his life.
Along with enjoying his new life in London, Clint Adams is now marketing his first novel for adults, The Seventh Ritual. After having spent over a decade as a teen-fiction author, Clint leaves young adult publishing with a smile on his face...and lots of good memories.
Since the publication of his first novel, Just Say Mikey in 2002, Clint Adams has conducted dozens of his No Time for Fear workshops in an effort to help teens everywhere maintain that "I can do anything" attitude. In conjunction with these events, Clint actively marketed his three multicultural, fear-eliminating novels, Fear Ain't All That, and its sequels, Don't Be Afraid of Heaven and My Watch Doesn't Tell Time. He has also authored numerous academic publications while at The Washington Post and McGraw-Hill publishing, and has been a member of the Authors Guild for over fifteen years.
Clint earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in drama from the University of California, Berkeley, studied creative writing at San Francisco State University and received his master's degree in marketing from San Francisco's Golden Gate University.