To be or to have been ... THAT is the question In the t to distant future, a medical techlogy breakthrough called Revation, the modern-day fountain of youth, means a redo of the past is possible. Charlotte Rhys Fenn wants that second chance; a spark of light through the doldrums of her middle-age and perhaps that new career and adventure that cellular regression seems to promise. Long since buried dreams would be within her grasp, yet, behind the fresh face of youth Charley will be the same. It's a difficult decision, one that could destroy all she has endeavored for, turning their life t only upside down, but flipping it backward, forward, and inside out--for better or worse. What is she to do, just coast through the remainder of her living years? This mindful, character-driven, speculative, science fiction story delivered through the eyes of one woman sheds light on the human condition. And it will leave you questioning whether in hindsight is better than having the chance to undo regrets. Learn more: http: //EllisonBlackburn.com/Regeneration-X/ Praise for Regeneration X Regeneration X is like the wing of a red admiral. First, you have to tice it, then examine it very closely. Only then, will its beauty and power become accessible. Few sci-fi and fantasy books have given me the same level of introspection as this tale. .. . the mess of issues Charley faces in trying to make peace between her desires and her responsibilities will be shockingly familiar to many readers. .. . thoughtful, measured, poetic deliberation with an amazing set of vivid characters.
Ellison Blackburn is a full-time designer/web developer of fifteen years. Ironically, Ellison often waxes nostalgic over simpler days. Her passions include writing fiction and poetry, painting, and collecting vintage thingamabobs. Raised in Chicago, she relocated to the Pacific Northwest where she currently lives with her husband and three beastly, furry children.