Sally Ember, Ed.D.
Sally Ember has been passionate about writing since she was nine years old. She’s won prizes for her poetry, stories, songs and plays. She began meditation in her teens. Now, Sally delights fans of paranormal and romance by blurring the lines between fact and fiction in a multiverse of multiple timelines, often including exciting elements of utopian science fiction and Buddhism. Born Jewish on the cusp of Leo and Virgo, Sally's life has been infused with change. Currently, she lives alone and meditates, writes, swims, reads and plays piano in northern California.
Sally Ember, Ed.D., author of sci-fi romance/speculative fiction/paranormal/multiverse/utopian ebooks for New Adult/adult/YA audiences, "The Spanners Series." Vol I, "This Changes Everything, is getting great reviews, and is now FREE everywhere. Volumes III - X (in progress), with release of Vol II, "This Changes My Family and My Life Forever," on 6/9/14 (now in pre-orders). Look for Vol III, "This Is/Is Not the Way I Thought Things Would Change," late fall, 2014.
Sally was raised Jewish and is a practicing Buddhist meditator. She is also an almost-daily swimmer, a mediocre singer/pianist, avid feminist, dreamer, and devoted mother/ sister/ aunt/ daughter/ cousin/ friend. Her website includes a blog that touches on these topics as well as reviews, interviews, guest blog posts, and excerpts from Volume I and soon to have excerpts from Volume II. Visit and comment, follow, "like," and share! http://www.sallyember.com/
In her "other" professional life, Sally has worked as an educator and upper-level, nonprofit manager in colleges, universities and private nonprofits for over thirty-five years in New England (every state), New Mexico and the San Francisco Bay Area (where she now lives). Sally has a BA in Elementary Education, a Master's (M.Ed.) and a doctorate in education (Ed.D.).
Where to find Sally Ember, Ed.D. online
VideosAuthor "Chat" on Launch Date for TCE
2.5 hours of Author explaining background, overview and details of Volume I, "This Changes Everything," and "The Spanners Series" as well as her ideas about "crowdcreating" Volumes VIII and IX and many other components of her writing."This Changes Everything" Volume I, "The Spanners Series"
"This Changes Everything" Book Trailer #1Romance in "This Changes Everything"s multiverse
Clara Branon and Epifanio Dang are or are not together in the multiverse. timelines of "The Spanners Series"?Multiverse Book Trailer "This Changes Everything"
Multiverse Focus Book TrailerVol II Book Trailer
"The Spanners Series," Volume II, "This Changes My Family and My Life Forever" Book Trailer
This Changes My Family and My Life Forever
By Sally Ember, Ed.D.
Series: The Spanners
, Volume II.
Earth's first five years of The Transition in the Many Worlds Collective by teen and young/new adult Earthers related to Clara Branon, Chief Communicator/liaison, Clara's early life, and the ongoing love story between her and Epifanio Dang. Sci-fi/romance/paranormal/multiverse/utopian speculative fiction, "This Changes My Family and My Life Forever" is Volume II of "The Spanners Series."
This Changes Everything
(3.00 from 3 reviews)
By Sally Ember, Ed.D.
Series: The Spanners
, , Volume I.
Published: December 19, 2013.
Are YOU ready for the changes? Clara Branon, Ph.D., becomes the Chief Communicator for the Many Worlds Collective when 5 alien holos come to her house, changing Earth forever. The MWC authorizes several Re-sets of the Transition to ensure the fewest deaths for those who resist Earth's membership in the MWC. How do Clara's family and friends and all Earthers respond to these enormous changes?
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Smashwords book reviews by Sally Ember, Ed.D.
- Gina's Dream
on Nov. 17, 2013
"Gina's Dream" is written is a somewhat dream-like style, which is appropriate for the theme. The premise is intriguing and the dialogue is mostly interesting.That and the story itself compelled this reader to keep turning the pages. Would have liked more character development and it's disappointing that some of the key scenes seem to occur "off stage," but overall, an interesting story. 3.5 stars.