Local Author Mary Elizabeth Ames
Mary Elizabeth Ames will be joining us on April 25th from 12pm to 3pm.
The novel H’Ilgraith recounts the tale of a key character from the novel Homo transformans: The Origin and Nature of the Species. The story describes H’Ilgraith’s adventures as a young woman. It reveals how her personality and her alternate species – a gray fox, a lynx, a badger, and a great horned owl – forged an independent, resourceful, and driven individual. One day, H’Ilgraith confronted a gray mountain wolf who tested her patience and changed her way of life.
“Mary Elizabeth Ames continues to break the mold when it comes to conveying complex science within compelling fiction.” Cheryl Romanek, former Managing Editor for Creative Services at J.D. Edwards.
“Mary Elizabeth Ames has written a novel that is compelling, intellectually engaging and timely….” Catharine A. Kopac, PhD, DMin, GNP-BC.
Mary Elizabeth Ames penned the story Homo transformans: The Origin and Nature of the Species. Her novel won an award as a Finalist in the Fantasy: Epic/High Fantasy category of the 2019 American Fiction Awards.