Will You Still Love Me If I Become Someone Else? by Jotham Austin, II
What if you had the memories of 110 people stuffed into your brain? How would you know who you really are?
The passengers of flight 2164 all lose their memories except Brian; he not only maintains his own memories, but gains everyone else’s that was on the plane.
Brian begins remembering the other passenger’s lives, and soon finds himself unable to separate his memories from theirs. Intense flashbacks, disjointed personalities and often violent outbursts puts a strain on Brian’s relationship with his fiancée, Brenda.
They will have to trust the neuroscientist, Marci, whose experimental technology could restore Brian’s memories, and the life Brenda and Brian once had. As Brenda and Marci race against time to untangle Brian’s memories from those of the other passengers, they discover secrets Brian hid about his past.
Brenda will have to decide if some memories are best forgotten, and can she still love who Brian really is?
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Jotham Austin, II lives in Chicagoland with his wife and two sons. He has his PhD in Botany, and can be found taking electron micrographs of cells at The University of Chicago. When Jotham is not in the lab or writing, he splits his free time between gardening, woodworking, and home-brewing. Will You Sill Love Me If I Become Someone Else? is Jotham’s debut novel, but he has published a Rom-Com novella, ‘Tomorrow May Be Too Late’ in the limited edition romance anthology, ‘Askew Ever After.’
Jotham is currently working on a cyberpunk thriller novel, a shifter-romance novella for ‘Moonlight: A limited Edition Paranormal Romance Anthology,’ and a post-apocalypse novella for, ‘Emerging Worlds Anthology.’ Both Anthologies are due for release Fall 2021.
Jotham also writes a newsletter that explores the ‘quirky’ science in fiction, ‘Rabbit Hole of Research.’ He can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.