With her ambition of becoming a scientist on hold as she helps her mother run their family business in her small hometown, Emmeline's life is anything but eventful until she makes an unusual discovery which at first seems completely harmless but turns out to be dangerous and even potentially deadly. Finding herself out of her depth, Emmeline shares her secret with her friend and regular customer Roger Remmington for whom she has harbored fond feelings, and soon finds that she may need more help to contain the situation than she previously anticipated.
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About the Author
Shenita is a writer, activist, vegan, and a survivor, finding her personal comfort and balance in fighting the good fight for the downtrodden and hopeless. Her kinship with animals, commitment to her faith, and strong beliefs in the equality of all creatures has led her to great heights in the world, and she keeps climbing higher up. In the midst of darkness in her life, a sweet little bunny named Neo hopped into Shenita’s life and heart and eased the suffering placed on her by the world. After going down the rabbit hole of depression due to years of torment, Neo helped her back up to the surface and inspired her advocacy for the voiceless and helpless. Neo is no longer with us, but always within Shenita’s heart. Rather than let those who hurt her most embitter her to the plight of others, her truly remarkable heart was inspired to seek out and help those who suffered similar experiences. A kind and gentle soul, Shenita seeks to champion the rights of animals and stays true to her beliefs by maintaining a philosophy of veganism which she lives by. Shenita supports fair treatment to all and equal rights for all, regardless of any adversity. After crawling out of the depths of depression induced by trauma years ago, Shenita has courageously used her voice for those who have been silenced and uses writing as one of the main platforms for driving change. Her tireless efforts have included everything from countless articles to poetry to short fiction and even novels, and she’s nowhere close to stopping now. When she’s not writing an animal right’s article or plotting her newest novel, she can often be found studying; Her strong commitment to education has yielded degrees and certifications in counselling, biblical studies, humane studies, healthcare, and she now seeks another graduate degree.