Finally, the NSA has admitted that the premise of my newly published novel is not only real, but a real problem.
“…Most episodes of willful misconduct by NSA employees,” according to the NSA, are employees spying “on love interests.” (http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/08/23/nsa-officers-sometimes-spy-on-love-interests/)
The novel that I’ve been working on for six years, and which was published on July 4, details an NSA employee who is spying on a woman he slept with once while they were drunk, and is trying to rekindle the romance. The spying turns into chasing, and the young woman, who is a recovering alcoholic, feels that she’s in such grave danger that she must leave her job and apartment and go off the grid. A recent reviewer compared it to “Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride,” but it has also been called “a spiritual journey.”
What Happens to Us, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DSSN5SU, is available as an ebook for only $3.99.