Best friends, Elenore and Sophie, have always been really close and inseparable throughout their lives. Growing up together, the two girls have become dependent on each other in different ways. Elenore, the quiet and reserved type, often finds herself becoming the victim of heinous high school bullies.
Sophie, loud-mouthed and very blunt, does not take crap from anyone. The girls often find themselves wrapped up in evil schemes orchestrated by their enemies. Elenore and Sophie soon realize just how far they are willing to go in order to get revenge on anyone who has wronged them.
How far is too far when you want to make someone pay for the things they have done?
About Tiffany Royster
Tiffany Royster was born and raised in Rockford, Illinois. Writing has always been her passion ever since she was a little girl. “Everyone Has A Secret” is her first self-published book in 2019, which is part of a series. Tiffany resides in Loves Park with her family. You can find her author Facebook page by searching Tiffany Royster – Self Published Author.
PLEASE BE AWARE OF IRS PHONE SCAMS
How do these scams work? The con artists make unsolicited calls to you claiming to be an IRS official. They demand that the victim pay a bogus tax bill and convince the victim to send cash, through a wire transfer or a prepaid debit card or gift card. The suspect may also leave “urgent” callback requests through phone “robo-calls”, or send a phishing email.
Many phone scams use threats to intimidate and bully a victim into paying. They may even threaten to arrest, deport, or revoke the driver’s license of their victim if they don’t get the money. The scammer often will use an altered caller ID number to make it look like the IRS or another agency is calling. They will IRS employee titles and fake badge numbers to help them appear legitimate. The scammer my also use the victim’s name, address, or other personal information to make the call sound official.
These types of scam phone calls remain a continued threat to our citizens. The Loves Park Police Department wants to remind everyone to not provide any information to these scammers!
Update from Karissa Gelafio “It was a sailboat that got flipped over by the high gusts that was blowing out in the middle of the lake. He got out fine by the fire Dept, he wasn’t wearing his life vest when he launched. He had it with him however. It got taken care of fine and everyone is safe.”
Sources are reporting a boat has capsized around 3:30 pm today.
It happened at Pierce Lake at Rock Cut State Park.
A paddle boat has capsized in the middle of Pierce Lake and the occupants are in the water.