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Saturday, April 4, 2015

#SaturdaySpotlight: Tara Elizabeth & Zoo (The Enclosure Chronicles: Book 1)

Good Morning Friends!

Well it's been a week full of books, The Eggcerpt Exchange is over but I am so very pleased to bring to you fellow Bayou Writers Group author, Tara Elizabeth! 

Tara is a graphic artist, wife, mother, and Red Vine lover who writes Young Adult Fiction, mostly Dystopian/Sci-Fi novels with a splash of Romance and a hint of sarcasm. Tara grew up in the Deep South surrounded by bayous, magnolia trees, crawfish and great people and, as she says.... "My culture is a huge part of my life, and you can see some of those details in my writing."

You can find out more about Tara by visiting her WebsiteFacebook Page GoodReads Page and/or connecting with her on Twitter.

 A chronicle of my time living in a zoo . . . I'm not really sure where to start, and you may have trouble believing me even as I tell you my story. My family did. They laughed the first time I told them, so now I just say it was all a crazy dream. You see, I died in a totally preventable car accident . . . or so I thought. When I opened my eyes, I was shocked to discover that I had been resurrected into the year 2282 and, just as unbelievably, was locked up in a zoo! A HUMAN ZOO! Oh wait, I mean the People's Past Anthropological Center. 

The Global Government created the Centers because all of the different cultures of the world had, over centuries of time, slowly absorbed into one uniform culture. Everything and everybody felt the same, and the world didn’t like it. So, to help the people of 2282 find cultures they thought worthy to live their lives by, they used time travel to zap the people of the past into the future. They created enclosures to house their live human exhibits. And that's what happened to me. I became a research project, a source of entertainment. I was a prisoner who was over two hundred years away from my family and friends. 

Most of my time in the enclosure was spent trying to escape. I also made friends, lost friends, fell in love, was betrayed, was held captive within captivity, and lots of other fun stuff. There were some shocking moments and some devastating moments . . . It’s a lot to recount, but I’ll try my best to tell you all about my time travel . . . PAST, PRESENT, and FUTURE.

I'm Emma, by the way. 

Zoo (The Enclosure Chronicles Book 1)remained on an Amazon top 100 List for over a consecutive year and can be purchased at Amazon in Print and for Kindle!

Wow, that's quite a feat.

Hope you enjoyed today's Spotlight. As co-founder of Bayou Writers Group, it is always a pleasure to bring you one of our authors!

Well, Easter is winding down and I hope you've enjoyed the EggCerpt Exchange posts and I pray your holiday was Blessed, Happy & Holy!

Until later...take care, God Bless and Remember.... Jesus is the reason for EVERY season!

Pamela S Thibodeaux
"Inspirational with an Edge" 

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