Kavanaugh and Your Vote

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If you were upset by Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation, then TODAY is the day to SHOW Trump how you feel.

There’s still time.  Get up and GO VOTE!   Continue reading

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Character Study Arabella Anderson

Arabella Anderson was born in Estelí, Nicaragua. 

Estelí was the scene of heavy fighting in the civil war against the Somoza government from 1978 to 1979. The city was heavily air-bombed by the regime’s National Guard, which reduced many of the city’s buildings to rubble. The human casualties were around 15,000; many of them were youths massacred on suspicion of being part of the insurrection.  Excerpt from Wikipedia

She was a lot like some of today’s young female immigrants caught between two worlds.

In Arabella’s case, she was caught between a man (Randall Crawford) she was obligated to for bringing her to the United States and giving her a new prosperous life and the man (Jared Anderson) she loved.

And even after she married Jared, Randall refused to let her go.  He initiated an affair by threatening to tell Jared that she was an illegal immigrant.  So, when she found herself pregnant, not knowing which of the two men had fathered her child, she was at a lost on how to resolve the situation.

Read more about Arabella Anderson in my new book, Ruby and Jared (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 3) on sale at Amazon.com/books.

By

Eliza D. Ankum

Author of
Flight 404 – A Novel of Aviation Disaster
Ruby Sanders (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 1)
Jared Anderson (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 2)
Ruby and Jared (The Ruby and Jared saga Book 3)
OneThreeThirteen – A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 1
The Hunt For Red November  A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 2
Dancing With The Fat Woman
Thou Shalt Eat Dust – A Second Chance Love Story
A Woman’s Voice: A Little Book of Poems
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Powers Boothe aka Noah Daniels

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This morning I received some very bad news, Powers Boothe has died.

As many of you know, Powers Boothe figured centrally in my new ebook, ’24 – The Hunt For Red November,’ as Noah Daniels a role he made famous on the TV series 24.

I am so grateful that he allowed me in write him into the book.  I had dreams of seeing him come back to this role.  And I dearly regret that he did not get to read the final pages of the book.

Good bye Mr. Boothe and thank you so very much.  You were an inspiration for me.

Sincerely,

Eliza D. Ankum asa elizabooks

https://24thehuntforrednovember.wordpress.com

 

#Black Lives Matter

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Office Slager shooting Walter Scott

Back in 2005, when I still believed in justice, fairness, and the American Way, I made a speech in front of the Village of Maywood’s City Council during one of their Tuesday night meetings. In the meeting, I remarked that if they didn’t put a stop to the stalkers public humiliation of me that it would come back on them by way of their children. They looked at me as though I were some insane idiot who had wandered in off the street.

But what I meant by that was, if you let one group of people, The Stalkers, get away with doing and saying whatever they want in your streets, others, including your children, will learn to do the same. And they did.

The same holds true with the Zimmerman case. The not Guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case gave a clear signal…

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How To Get Away With Murder

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Edward Stringer and Corey Ankum

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This morning, as a watched firefighters putting out a fire at the site of a house explosion on the south side, I had a flashback to December 22, 2010. That was the day Corey Ankum and Edward Stringer were killed while battling a fire in an abandon building.

Following is an article written by Maudlyne Ihejirika, Staff Reporter for the Chicago Sun Times.

Fallen firefighter’s brother: ‘He was doing his job’
Slowly, the cars pulled up outside the brick two-flat with the silver tinsel twined around outside bannisters — at the foot of which stood two Christmas penguins that should have heralded joy at the Chatham home of firefighter Corey Ankum.
But only a sadness — heavy as the footsteps of family and friends who trudged up the five stone steps, crying and hugging and holding each other in mourning — could be felt…

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