I Thought I’d Done Something Wrong


For thousands of you, you are being stalked by someone you know.

But for many of us, myself included, we are being stalked by persons we do not know.  And people who harbor strong grudges and hate against us for nothing more than being ourselves. Continue reading


Bill Cosby Sentencing


When I heard Bill Cosby’s sentence yesterday, I hung my head in sorrow.  I thought surely he’d be sentenced to house arrest for two years.

But then, I was reminded that his house was where he committed his crimes.  And that would be enabling him up to do it again, with female reporters or the just curious.

I know a lot of you are waiting to hear about my court case or even that I’ve filed.  But I have a problem.  I have family members, Church members, and even high level members of the community who have stood with the stalkers to the point of standing outside my home ore job, screaming at me right along with the stalkers or have gone out of their way to defend them.

So now, how do I get Justice without rolling over them?  They have knowingly or unknowingly put themselves directly in the path of justice.  And the stalkers knew that when they got these people to do what they did.  And guess who knew that!

Eliza D. Ankum
Author of


Flight 404 – A Novel of Aviation Disaster
Ruby Sanders (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 1)
Jared Anderson (The Ruby and Jared Saga Book 2)
Ruby and Jared (The Ruby and Jared saga Book 3)
OneThreeThirteen – A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 1
The Hunt For Red November – A Presidential Agent Novel Series Book 2
Dancing With The Fat Woman
Thou Shalt Eat Dust – A Second Chance Love Story
A Woman’s Voice: A Little Book of Poems
STALKED! By Voices

A Tiny Kitten With A Big Mouth







Government Contact emails below:

Kim Foxx Cook County State’s Attorney

Senator Dick Durbin

Congressman Danny K. Davis

Illinois State Representative Emanuel ‘Chris’ Welch

Illinois State Senator Kimberly Lightford

Maywood Mayor Edwenna Perkins

Maywood Police Chief Vladmir Talley









Designated Survivor


Recognize the above image from tonight’s Designated Survivor series?  

Also, if you check the Home Page for ‘mystalkingblog’, you’ll also see another familiar face from tonight’s episode.  

Why?  Because I feel, and I’m very sure that ninety percent of Hollywood feels the same way, ‘ that just because you’re a celebrity it doesn’t give anyone the right to stalk you.And demand that you live according to their fantasy.’

Click here to read Fear.  

And, I personally, will be glued to the TV every Wednesday night when I’m off to watch ‘The Designated Survivor’.  And when I’m working, I plan on watching it on Xfinity’s OnDemand.  

Great job Kiefer Sutherland.

Eliza D. Ankum
Author of
Flight 404
Ruby Sanders
Jared Anderson

Dancing With The Fat Woman
Thou Shalt Eat Dust
STALKED! By Voices








Will Smith Shooting


“Revenge is a dish best served cold.”  That quote is from the Star Trek movie, ‘The Wrath Of Khan.’

It took me along time to figure out what that meant.  But for Cardell Hayes, it means the difference between 1st degree murder and 2nd degree murder.

I’m sure the New Orleans Police charged Cardel Hayes with 2nd degree murder because of their outdated methodology (and they’re not the only Police Force who haven’t updated their thinking.).  Afterall, why would Mr. Hayes wait so long to take revenge and why would he take revenge on Cardell Hayes?

Envy and opportunity presented itself.

And I think the press is trying to take a neutral attitude in Will Smith’s death, but take it from someone who has been stalked a long time, Will Smith’s death was an act of revenge.

I was taken aback by the Press’ reporting that Will Smith and  Cardell Hayes were strangers.  Cardell Hayes might have been a stranger to Will Smith, but I’m sure Will Smith was not a stranger to Cardell Hayes.

Will Smith had played with the New Orleans Saints football team from 2004 to 2014.  I’m sure Cardell Hayes knew exactly who Will Smith was.

And minutes before his death, Mr. Smith had tweeted out that he was having a good time in New Orleans.  And he was having a good time with the man who had shot and killed Cardell Hayes’ father.

That stop that Mr. Hayes made in the middle of the street was a dead give away that he was planning on doing something to Mr. Smith.  And when Mr. Smith sped away, (as he was taught to do in such an event — drive to the nearest Police Station) that only aggravated Cardell Hayes the more.

Six shots in the upper torso — the first two in the back — speaks volumes.  And when the wife jumps out of the car and runs over to her husband who had just been shot, you shoot her twice in the leg.

Looks like revenge to me.

Eliza D. Ankum
Author of
STALKED! By Voices
Flight 404
Ruby Sanders
Jared Anderson
OneThreeThirteen – Master Of The Day Of Judgment
Dancing With The Fat Woman


















October is Anti-Bullying Month – Part 1

Below is a post I did for my blog, A Tiny Kitten With A Big Mouth.  And I’m re-posting it along with the results for all those people who called me , stupid, big retard, not in my right mind, and a bunch of other things I won’t print here.

Bring Back The Factories

Posted by elizabooks on January 28, 2013

Yesterday, I was in the middle of writing my blog post, ‘Old School Chicago Politics,’ when an article about five people being killed, in Chicago, over the weekend (1/25-26/2013) caught my attention.

Chicago politicians give the impression that they are perplexed about how to stop the violence that’s currently raging out of control. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

One simple solution is to bring back the factories!

Remember, the ‘good old days’ when you graduated from High School and that diploma all but guaranteed you a 30 year job in a factory.

You weren’t high rolling but you could at least keep a roof over your head, put food on the table, and send your kids to a good school so that they could get and even better factory job than the one you had. With the right education, they might have even end up being the boss.

But now there are no more factories such as, Illinois Steel, US Steel, John Deere, Caterpillar, Brach Candy Company, Hostess Brands, In. the makers of Twinkies, etc.

Currently, the only companies willing to hire under-educated Black men are The Gangs. And mind you, The Gangs are doing what other companies won’t. They’re actively recruiting young Black men, giving them on the job training, teaching them discipline and loyalty, promoting those who make their sales quotas, and most importantly, they pay well.

For a young Black male on the streets with no other job available to him, ‘slinging drugs’ is the only way he has of taking care of his family. And the best way of making sure that you continue making your sales quota is by eliminate the competition or any threat or hindrance such as a neighbor who threatens to call the Police.

Below is an excerpt from the website,http://www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/653.html

From the 1940s until the 1970s, the steel industry remained one of the Chicago area’s leading economic sectors. Immediately after World War II, the United States was making over half the world’s steel, and mills in Indiana and Illinois accounted for about 20 percent of total U.S. production capacity. Many of the large open-hearth plants established in the early part of the century continued to make huge amounts of steel. Between 1959 and 1964, Interlake and Wisconsin Steel became two of the first U.S. mills to install basic oxygen furnaces, which were faster and cheaper than the older open-hearth equipment.

Meanwhile, a large new plant was built by Bethlehem Steel at Burns Harbor, Indiana.  The last giant mill constructed in the Chicago region, the Bethlehem plant helped make the Illinois-Indiana region the geographical center of the U.S. steel industry at the end of the 1960s.

During the Cold War, when most Chicago-area steelworkers were represented by the USWA, relatively high wage levels did not prevent labor conflict. Between 1945 and 1959, there were five industry-wide strikes. In 1952, about 80,000 Chicago-area steelworkers walked out for two months. An even more serious work stoppage occurred in 1959, when tens of thousands of workers in the Chicago area joined 500,000 steelworkers nationwide in a four-month strike to win changes in work rules, wage levels, and benefits.

During the 1970s and 1980s, the U.S. steel industry suffered a sudden collapse that threw thousands out of work. U.S. Steel and other American steel companies that still depended upon large numbers of older, inefficient plants failed to withstand the combination of a decline in demand and the rise of international competition in the 1970s.

The sudden decline of American steel stunned the employees of mills across the Chicago area. Between 1979 and 1986, about 16,000 Chicago-area steelworkers lost their jobs. Wisconsin Steel closed abruptly in 1980 after attempts at a financial bailout failed. South Works endured a prolonged shutdown before closing its doors in 1992. Inland Steel cut thousands of workers. Republic Steel dismissed half its employees. In 1984, it merged with LTV Steel, which declared bankruptcy in 1986. The closures left many steelworkers without jobs or health care and decimated communities in northwest Indiana and the Calumet district.

If you have trouble understanding what this article is saying, simply put the major reason these factories are gone is not so much the decline in orders for steel, but a desire by the steel company owners to bust the Unions.

It appears that the owners were not so receptive to Union leaders coming in and telling them how to run their businesses. So their solution, since their children weren’t interested in taking over for them, was to let the factories fall into decline. International competition finished us off.

For more information, you might want to read the following white paper.


America needs to get back to manufacturing goods again instead of importing goods. Therefore, giving some real credence to the term, ‘Made in America.’


This commercial aired at the February 2014 Superbowl game.

And to all the bullies, stalkers, and naysayers, I say, “Don’t forget to buy some Weather Tech Floor Mats for your car this winter.”

Eliza D. Ankum
Author of
Flight 404
Ruby Sanders
STALKED! By Voices
Dancing With The Fat Woman
A Tiny Kitten With A Big Mouth