After a year and some months, I have in my possession a box of printed books. It is exciting to know that as an Indie author, I have control over my own creation. MEMERGENCE is now available at in paperback and in the Kindle version. It can also be purchased at

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     I am earnestly working on book two in the HuMEM Series. It will be called imMEMortals and will include the transMEM stories of six of our illustrious HuMEMs; Zoe, Robbie, Dr. Rushing, Stephanie, Garrett, and one who shall not be named at this time. Yes, I know it isn’t fair not to spill the beans, but I like to keep you guessing!

     Here is a little blurb to let you know what MEMERGENCE is about….

MEMergence is the first installment of a Series of books written about HuMEMs. (MEM – Micro Electronic Machines or nanites)

There is a community of imMEMortals who have experienced the transformation from being a normal human to a life of possible immortality. In fact, the first HuMEMs are still alive and haven’t aged in over 60 years. 

But the procedure doesn’t always bring about the intended result. 

MEMergence is Opal’s story…

If I only knew then what I know now….
How many of us wish for a do-over?

Fifty-six-year-old Opal is stuck in a miserable marriage and terrified of growing older alone. In a desperate move, she participates in an experimental procedure. But, things don’t go as expected and Opal wakes to find she’s biologically twenty three-years-old and her life is in chaos. 

Her husband wants a divorce, the doctors at the clinic want her to stay there permanently for “tests,” and a mysterious man appears on the beach, bringing lust and excitement like she’s never experienced before. 

Opal’s world has become a tangled mess of futuristic nano-technology, exciting romance, and terrifying danger. Her own family doesn’t recognize her and when a series of mysterious “accidents” start happening, it seems someone might want her dead too!

Can she learn to live with her “do-over” and the nanites interference in her life or will she succumb to the fear of becoming someone’s science project and return to the clinic and the HuMEM community?