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Press Release: Never Think of Me (Glimpse of the Dead) by Elijah Cainaan


Never Think Of Me (Glimpse of The Dead)

Elijah Cainaan

Through a heinous and traumatizing childhood, Amy McCail became a psychologist for a mental institution. She encounters a patient who rekindles 
all of her suppress and painful childhood memories which also connects her with his puzzling case of violence and torture.
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Mr. Valentine lived in the mental institution for almost all of his life, haunted by the truth of his mother and father’s death. His constant battle within, calms the brutal nights of torture given by his doctor, Dr. Barnes. When Doctor McCail meets Mr. Valentine for the first time, she was compel to know more about him as a person. Unaware of the demons that resides within him…


In order for him to begin a normal and ordinary life, Dr. Amy McCail must be willing to let go of all of her logic and reasoning to reach him. Unknowingly, she invokes an evil inside him. Waiting for the right moment to wreak havoc on the world, and to seek its revenge on the person who caused it to fight for its existence. To solve the mysterious and random murders which surrounds the hospital, Dr. McCail will discover a connection between her and Mr. Valentine. Revealing her involvement with his lifelong issues.




About the Author… By the Author…

I was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1975, and moved to America when I was a child. Raised in North Carolina, my mother became a single mom when I was a toddler. When I was growing up, I had a very active imagination. I’d drawn and written several homemade comic books at the age of eleven. I really enjoy creating stories. In high school, I use to draw and write little skits of my favorite cartoon characters, I enjoyed when I was younger; and fitting them into a direction in which I wanted them to go. Whatever I did in life, I always found myself writing, and creating again. In the late 90’s, I started to write poetry. I loved the way the words flows from a fluent speaking poet. It seem there words paint a distinct picture with every syllable conveyed from their lips. Their words became a melody without any instruments. I received awards for my poetry, also did a little spoken word; and to be honest, the audience did love my work. I was commended on a lot of my pieces. In the new millennium, I started to write books; and I want my words to convey a sweet melody to a reader’s mind. To paint a picture in whatever I wanted to write, and intrigue the reader by my creativity. I enjoy making new worlds of mystery, horror, science fiction, and fantasy. I can really push the limits in writing. I love to create. You will see as you read, and enjoy.


If you would like a copy of ‘Never Think Of Me (Glimpse of The Dead)’
to read, review or feature, please contact Kris Barnes of Authoramp.
Elijah also available for interviews and guest blogging.

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