The clock ticks on the wall above Dr. Spence, the CIA’s resident psychologist and mole for counterintelligence. Evelyn Riley sits opposite her with stitches in her side and a gap in her memory. She returned last night from Moscow without the intelligence she was supposed to retrieve. And the Director’s suggestion that her blackout was a little too convenient had everyone thinking Eve was a double agent, flipped by the GRU in Russia.
Six months ago, Eve was a linguist for the United Nations with a tongue that could cut without drawing blood. Now, she is an asset for the CIA without clearance to use deadly force. Yet bodies keep piling up around her as she tries to stop a Cold War Era weapon from being activated in the United States. The Agency questions her loyalty. Her handler questions her ability. And Eve begins to question her own sanity.
The Millennium Archives is a novel-blog that details the life of Evelyn Riley as she faces off with a Russian Assassin in a deadly game of SIMON SAYS. Forced to live as a shadow by the CIA, Eve wants someone to know her story. She archives her life weekly as she is blacklisted by her agency, abandoned by her team, and taken captive by Simon himself. Read for free at www.themillenniumarchives.com as Eve finds out that the worst enemy is the one inside.
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Hi! I’m Jenny Annessi – Southern girl, lover of coffee and SWEET tea, Interior Designer, and Writer. I’ve spent the past decade writing The Millennium Archives and love being able to share it with you. But what I don’t love is writing about myself. In the eyes of the world, I don’t have much to define myself by. Nouns as simple as Sister or Writer, just don’t seem to cut it. There’s no ring on my left hand. No children that call me their mother. I have no great accomplishments or letters to list after my name. I am simply Jenny Annessi.
Had I been the one to design and put together my life in the big factory up in the sky, I would have given me a little more faith and a lot less fear; a TON more humility and a lot less pride; a graduate degree so I would be qualified in the eyes of the world; a speaking platform so I could boast of my great accomplishments; a husband to affirm me in my work; kids to fulfill me in life; and the stamina/sanity to manage it all. Instead I’ve spent most of my 20s battling Depression, Loneliness, Failure, and Rejection. It’s only by God’s grace that I have survived. I have learned that God often gives us exactly what we want, what we need, in ways we never wanted it.
A lot of people are shocked by the stories I write. On the outside, I am good at cultivating the image everyone wants to see of me – the cute Redhead who laughs and loves. But through my writing, I am able to express the pain, loneliness, failure, and rejection that I have battled. The Millennium Archives are a fictional telling of my true life. You’ll see pain. You’ll see anger. You’ll see death. But at the end, you will see hope.