For Jon: The man who blackmailed me. I know you'll see this.

For Jon: The man who blackmailed me. I know you'll see this.

Once: I trusted police. 

Looking back, maybe Anthony from the Minneapolis FBI was right when he said, “Lisa, this is the FBI. You don’t get to pick your agent!”

When I put it in a bold typeface, it sounds more like what he was saying. I can’t say for sure whether his tone commanded his use of an exclamation point. Sometimes when I think about it, I try to soften his words. I tone it down and block his sarcasm. Other times I only allow myself to hear him speaking in the voice of Fred on my MacBook Pro, who speaks in a monotone alliteration matching the "characters" that changed my life.

For I knew then, by Anthony's statement, I had not just stepped across the line of being the Town Joke, in three counties, but that I had also spun myself into the enemies spider web. I didn't have to wonder, I was now the proverbial 17-year locust, caught in their web, and I would spend the next 17 years looking for the trap line, because there was never going to be help.

I have never forgotten Anthony's words he used between the quotes.

For Anthony; "OK. Anthony, Apparently, I did pick my own agent. He claimed to be one of yours. I paid him over $10K too. I trust you still have the paperwork? Maybe you want to re-visit it now?"

Maybe Jon was just really bad at marketing my stolen life, literally? I put a post up and I had screenwriters on my profile immediately.

March 2022

By: Lisa "Doe"

 

Finding "Ben"

by Lisa "Doe"

Jon of Colorado area, Denver, specifically, or maybe you've moved to Hollywood to extort my life and details as you said you would. 

Truth is: I think I'll find a producer before you. I have the other details your story is missing and the details I fed you "specifically" in case you turned out to be the rat you are.

 Also, when you pose as an FBI agent, you just land yourself into deeper trouble Jon. Don't think I've forgotten everything, because I haven't. 

I've left enough words laying around, purposely, just in case.

 

Store copy will be sample only. This book won't release until March 2022.

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