POSTPONED - Mary Elizabeth Ames discusses H'ILGRAITH
Join us for fantasy and dragons with author Mary Elizabeth Ames as she releases her latest work, H'ILGRAITH!
In H'ILGRAITH, a new species has emerged . . .
When homo transformans, a species of human able to transform into animals, first appears, those affected do not know what is happening to them or how to control it. As the world becomes divided into factions seeking to either exploit or protect this new species, an orphaned girl named Ruwena finds a mentor in the mysterious old woman known only as H'Ilgraith. But who is H'Ilgraith? Why is she so dour and taciturn toward her ward, and how did she acquire her extensive knowledge about dragons, potions and hybrids? Witness H'Ilgraith's adventures as a young woman, forging her personality and abilities as a homo transformans in an unfriendly world.
Mary Elizabeth Ames has a master of science degree in biology and has taught pathophysiology at the graduate level. She has worked in the healthcare arena for more than thirty years. She incorporates the science of biology and genetics into her narratives to imbue the stories with a sense of realism and to provide an understanding of how genes function. This is her second novel, a follow-up to Homo transformans: The Origin and Nature of the Species.