June 12, 2020
Mary Elizabeth Ames Released 28 February 2020 ISBN 978-1-64663-000-4 “With her new science fiction book, H’Ilgraith, Mary Elizabeth Ames continues to break the mold when it comes to conveying complex science within compelling fiction. Ames fleshes out a character she introduced in Homo transformans: The Origin and Nature of the Species, which offers a different point of view into her futuristic saga about genetic disruption and experimentation. This is a morality tale about interdependence…. Whether read purely
June 5, 2020
Release date 28 February 2020 ISBN 978-1-64663-000-4 Mary Elizabeth Ames H’Ilgraith was published 28 February 2020 – just in time for the outbreak of coronavirus-19 (covid-19) in the United States. With the rapid acceleration of disease within our borders, all planned book signings for March through June were cancelled. The author did not want to aid and abet the spread of disease by enticing readers to cluster together at book signing event. I hope
Image courtesy of the CDC Public Health Image Library Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS Introduction The coronavirus pandemic has provided an informative review of respiratory borne infectious diseases with a focus on viral diseases. Chicken pox, measles, and influenza are three common examples for which we have a vaccine. The general public has been introduced to several new public health terms and concepts: e.g., containment, mitigation, contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and many others.