Sophie Marie White is a native of South Louisiana. She is married with three kids. She draws from her varied experiences as an actress, filmmaker, Director of Photography, Chiropractor, EMT, firefighter, race car driver, and boxing promoter to inspire her writing. She has been seen on television shows such as "Chicago Med" and "Tell Me Your Secrets" and in movies such as We All Think We’re Special and Hummingbird.
I am so excited about the upcoming release of my new book NEURO CONFINEMENT. It will launch on September 6, 2019. Mark your calendars for this big event.
Let me tell you about the book.
Imagine a drug that
imprisons convicts inside their minds where seconds turn into days and
days into years.
NEURO CONFINEMENT is a Sci-Fi thriller, written
by Sophie Marie White. A young idealistic scientist, Dr. Casey Palmer, develops
a revolutionary new drug, D-214, that imprisons convicts inside their
minds. His discovery promises to replace the skyrocketing incarceration
problem by shortening sentences. One day in Neuro Confinement equals one year,
whereas a thirty-year sentence is served in thirty days saving the penal system
hundreds of billions of dollars. There is one major side effect -- users
experience a living, breathing, Daliesque world,where side-effects such as psychotic
breaks and violent rampages erupt hours to years after the drug has
been administered.Will this new wonder
drug be the savior of the American penal system? Or,
will prisoners be trapped eternally in their minds forever?
Now watch the first trailer.
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