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Elijah wakes up in a cage, and can barely remember anything about himself or his situation. He fights his way alone to escape a building full of bizarre and deadly monsters, while learning disturbing truths about himself. Once he finds the way out, he has to pass it up and keep fighting to rescue hiw wife and child from his nemesis.

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has previously published three other books and various short stories, as well as spending two years as a journalist for The Michigan Daily Newspaper. He studied creative writing under the tutelage of Jonis Agee, author of “Strange Angels” and “South of Resurrection.”

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Melissa6 portrait Growing up in Ontario, Canada, M.J. was the only child of a single mom.  Her passion for the arts ignited at a young age as she wrote adventure stories and read them aloud to close family and friends.  The dramatic arts became a focus in high school as an aid to understanding character motivation in her writing.  Majoring in Theatre Production at York University, with a minor in English, she went on to teach both elementary and high school for 10 years throughout Simcoe County. M.J. currently lives with her husband and young son in Caledon, Ontario.  She keeps busy these days with her emerging authors’ website Infinite Pathways: hosting writing contests, providing editing services, free publicity tips, book reviews, and opportunities for authors to build their writing platform and portfolio.  In addition she writes articles and edits freelance as she continues her own creative writing working toward completing the next book in the Chronicles Series. Time’s Tempest: The Chronicles of Xannia (1) is M.J.’s debut science fiction novel.  She firmly believes that if she hadn’t been born a Virgo, she wouldn’t be half as organized as she needs to be to get everything done from one day to the next.

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Texas man reportedly arrested due to overdue library book

Published November 01, 2013
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    The mugshot of Jory Enck, of Copperas Cove, who was arrested after he allegedly failed to return an overdue library book.(COPPERAS COVE POLICE DEPARTMENT)

A Texas man had the book thrown at him when he failed to return an overdue study guide to a local library, resulting in his being booked by police and slapped with a $200 fine, reported.

Jory C. Enck, of Copperas Cove in central Texas, was arrested Oct. 23 on an outstanding warrant after he allegedly failed to return a GED study guide that he checked out in 2010. He was released on a $200 bond and given a court date, in accordance with a local ordinance.

Copperas Cove City Municipal Judge Bill Price told KWTX that the law, which was passed almost four years ago, was intended to offset the cost of replacing library materials.

“No one wants to get arrested over a library book,” Price said. “The other side of that is people who go to our library and can’t have these materials, they’re put out, too.”

A person must have an overdue book checked out for at least 90 days and not be responding to phone calls or e-mails before the municipal court is notified, according to library policies.

“I guess that they have to have some way to enforce the rules at the library to return borrowed material, I think that’s a little extreme personally and I’ll certainly talk to the mayor to maybe get that changed,” Copperas Cove resident Clyde Glosson told the station.

Copperas Cove Police Sgt. Julie Lehmann said an officer will make an arrest for overdue library materials, if during a routine stop or call, they discover an individual has an active warrant.

She told that such arrests are not frequent, though they’ve happened before.

“It’s not like this is the first time,” she said.

Efforts by to reach Enck on Thursday were not immediately successful, and it was not clear whether he had an attorney. The city did not immediately return a message for comment on Thursday afternoon.

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Andrea Reid was born and raised in Syracuse, New York where she lived with her parents and 3 brothers. As a child, Andrea was very musically inclined. She took piano lessons for approximately 5 years and taught herself to play the drums. She sang in the church and school choirs. She enjoys singing music of all kind but is partial to gospel music. She graduated from Nottingham High School and attended Syracuse University. She has an associate degree in Business, a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and is working on a nursing degree. She is a single parent and very proud of her four sons. When her twin sons were diagnosed with autism, she dedicated a lot of time and energy studying and researching autism. She takes pride in sharing her journey with others. She has a goal to help as many people as she can through sharing her story. She believes education is knowledge. She goes out into communities, schools, churches and organizations speaking with parents, grandparents, adolescences, teenagers, physicians, teachers, clergymen, and anyone else who will listen. She strongly feels that Autism Speaks and it’s time to listen.      you got to get this book you can find it on 


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