If your life was another person’s past …

What echoes would you leave in their soul?
Could they be the answers you need now?

My Memories of a Future Life is the story of Carol, a musician who finds herself living another haunting life in the future. She’s a gifted pianist who has never needed anything but her talent – until a mysterious injury forces her to stop playing and she has to confront an empty life. Enter her soulmate Andreq – healer, liar and loyal friend. Is he really her future incarnation or just an expression of loss? And how can he help Carol find the way to move on with her life now?

A captivating, bewitching story for readers of Life After Life, the Time Traveler’s Wife, Vertigo, Cloud Atlas.

A novel in the time-transcending tradition of The Time Traveller’s Wife, Cloud Atlas, D’Entre Les Morts (Vertigo) and What Dreams May Come, My Memories of a Future Life is much more than a ‘who was I’  tale. It is a multi-layered story of souls on conjoined journeys – in real time and across the centuries. It’s a provocative study of the shadows we don’t know are driving our lives, from our own pasts and from the people with us right now. It asks questions about what we believe, what we create and how we scare and heal each other.

Above all, it’s the story of how one lost soul searches for where she now belongs.

My Memories of a Future Life was originally launched on the Kindle in 4 novellas of 25,000 words each.

The whole book is available here on Kindle

Or here in print

Or here on Kobo

Like to listen? Audiobook on  iTunes, Audible US, Audible UK

Or if you prefer, you can buy the Kindle episodes separately

Episode 1, The Red Season

Episode 2, Rachmaninov and Ruin

Episode 3, Like Ruby

Episode 4, The Storm

Kobo featured book, London Book Fair 2013
Seal of Excellence for Outstanding Independent Fiction, Awesome Indies 2013
Underground Book Reviews TOP SUMMER READ 2012
League of Extraordinary Authors TOP 10 INDIE ELITE 2012
Multi-Story Pick of the Month March and October 2012

Alliance of Independent Authors Book of the Month, January 2013







  1. #1 by Clwedd on August 16, 2011 - 11:47 pm

    Time traveler’s wife is one of my faves for a number of reasons, Gargoyle was captivating. Will look for Memories when it is released.

  2. #3 by Yvonne Johnston (@Whyjay99) on September 9, 2011 - 7:29 pm

    Am enjoying this so much so far!

  3. #5 by verdarluz on October 26, 2011 - 2:18 am

    Roz –
    blessings. i am entranced with your writing and the first four chapters i just heard…i feel like we are supposed to work together…i heard you on joanna penn’s site today and when i heard what your novel was about, i couldn’t believe it, as i’m working on my first novel which has these very similar ideas…in addition to being an Evolutionary Astrologer, I am a past life regression therapist, rebirther, and musician….I actually did a rebirthing session today and processed much of my soul’s traumas from other lifetimes and this about not being able to bring my creative gifts to fruition – the piano is part of this…i am stunned and inspired by the synchronicity and feel it to be a sign that i should take the class with you and joanna beginning in November. I realize i need a lot of help with what i’m attempting to do with my writing because my scope is interdimensional and i’m more of a poet than a novelist…i’m also an astrology writer and have authored my first book Codex of the Soul: Astrology as a Spiritual Practice, and am working on another volume about the Wounded Healer….yes, juggling a lot…
    AND really, i wanted to hear the rest of the novel, i assume tho, that you did not record the rest of it… these days, i’m not reading so much but almost exclusively listening to books – if you did record it, how can i get a copy? Again, thank you. I hope we can connect soon, i feel a kindred spirit for certain. You can learn more about me at and see my dance/guitar/spoken word/astrology teaching on youtube under verdarluzmagi. Cheers.

    • #6 by rozmorris @dirtywhitecandy on October 26, 2011 - 7:01 am

      Hello Verdarluz
      Thank you so much for such a lovely comment! Alas the rest of the book is available only in dumb text, but if you have a Kindle you can probably persuade it to read it to you (not ideal, I’ll admit). I do hope you’ll be tempted to try the text version – that’s where I designed it to work best anyway, between the reader’s eye and the mind. And I look forward to having you along for the course. Roz

  4. #7 by Shail Raghuvanshi on September 4, 2013 - 12:10 pm

    Wow! Roz. This book sounds great. Would love to get my hands on it! In case a review is needed do let me know. I am available for book reviewing.

    Best Wishes
    Shail Raghuvanshi

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