by Jared Quan
When the past is classified, sometimes it’s meant to stay buried.
Jaimie works for a very classified organization, taking care of what goes bump in the night before the average public even knows something evil is there. She enjoys her job and is very good at it, but when an old friend suddenly shows up on her radar, memories of the night she first got involved with the supernatural are brought to the surface, forcing her to relive those events and consider who she is and what exactly it is she is fighting for.
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Narrated by Jo Ann Schneider:
Jo once saw a t-shirt that said becoming a ninja was easier than becoming a writer. After eight years of martial arts training, and writing several novels, she can attest that the t-shirt spoke truth. Ninjas you can whack into submission—stories don’t react properly to a good kick. Jo’s life goals include traveling to all seven continents (five down so far), publishing a novel or twenty, keeping the friends she’s had for thirty years (we were ten years before birth when we met), sky diving and forcing people to snort soda out their nose as they read something she’s written. Preferably something that was meant to be funny. For the most recent (and possibly ridiculous) experience in either writing or the martial arts, check out Jo’s blog “Novel Writing or Kung Fu Fighting.”
At BigWorldNetwork.com, Jo authored and narrates Babes in Spyland, and also narrates Classified.