New Novella: “I Am Become Death”

I Am Become Death
By Rhiannon Lotze

Science Fiction (162 pages)
Available in paperback and ebook formats.

In the midst of war and global unrest, Canadian inventor Will Waterford has effectively created immortality. By turning the human mind into code and implanting it into android bodies called SimBods, Will’s work releases humanity from the grip of disease, frailty, and the threat of death.

But immortality comes with a cost, one which he is unwilling to acknowledge until anti-SimBod activist Nora comes into his life. Together, they set about repairing the damage done by his indiscriminate experiments…that is, until Nora grows sick with an incurable disease, and the only way to save her is to find a cure or turn her into the thing she abhors most.

I Am Become Death by Rhiannon Lotze is a novella published by Mannison Press, LLC.

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Also by by Rhiannon Lotze…

Of Gods & Myth
Fantasy/Mythology (84 pages)

Non-Prophet
Urban Sci-Fi/Family Drama (46 pages)

About the Author
Rhiannon Lotze is a Canadian author from Windsor, Ontario, which means she’s 97% maple syrup and 3% Timbit. Her published works include Mannison Minibooks Non-Prophet (2020) and Of Gods & Myth (2020) as well as inclusions in the anthologies Little Girl Lost: Thirteen Tales of Youth Disrupted (2019) and The Good, the Bad, & the Cute: The Secret Ways of Dolls (2021). Rhiannon is an avid reader and camper, and her favourite place to do both is on the shores of Lake Huron. You can find out more about her work at www.rhiannonlotze.com.


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