Book 3 of the Nae-Née Series is Out: New World Order Underwater.

At last, I can announce that I am the author of a completed series of novels on human overpopulation.

Here are their covers, done by artists Katelyn M. Gagnon (Book 1) and Steve Palmerton (Books 2 and 3):


The name of the series is Nae-Née, for a birth control nanite. The name is Scottish-French, and translates as “Not-Born”.

The novels each include a detailed, categorized bibliography of academic and other sources. The topics explored in the world of Nae-Née include:

  • human overpopulation
  • abortion access
  • reproductive rights and access laws, both statutes and judicial law
  • migrants, elections
  • banksters/hedge fundsters/corporatists
  • education
  • economic resources and quality of life
  • plastics/recycling/going green
  • police misconduct
  • martial law readiness
  • surveillance/computer hackers
  • Asperger’s
  • genetic editing
  • vaccines
  • biological and chemical weapons
  • International Criminal Court
  • food insecurity
  • biodiversity loss/disruption
  • human encroachment onto animal territory
  • climate change
  • water depletion and scarcity
  • sea level rise
  • air pollution
  • fossil fuel and nuclear fuel use and consequences
  • nature and what we ought to appreciate

This is a list of the titles in the series, which includes 3 books. The third one is the conclusion to the series, and its cover art is in process. The others are available now.

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These are the titles:

Nae-Née – Birth Control: Infallible, with Nanites and Convenience for All

Avril, the narrator, a professor and lawyer who lives in Connecticut, U.S.A., envisions a birth control nanite. Her husband, Hamish, a nanobotic engineer and physician, makes it a reality. She chooses its name, and an advertising agency tacks on a jingle that mimics the U.S. Pledge to the Flag. At first, Nae-Née is simply a safe, voluntary, and convenience birth control device. Then the United Nations co-opts it as a universal solution to human overpopulation, and promulgates a treaty requiring its use by the entire planet. The treaty enters into force. Meanwhile, the planet’s sea levels rise significantly, straining resources such as food, water, and access to arable land and living space, emphasizing the need for this policy.

Vaccine: The Cull – Nae-Née Wasn’t Enough

Since the adoption of the Nae-Née policy, the banksters, hedge fundsters, and corporatists (collectively called “Farmers” with a capital “F” by Avril) have decided that, as the human population of the Earth is still increasing, something must be done to not only stop this but to reverse it. Following the ideas of the Georgia Guidestones, seen on the book’s cover art, they hatch a secret plot to depopulate the human species down to half a billion via a vaccine. The vaccine is mandatory for the entire population. Some elite few are given harmless vaccines – but most are targeted for the Cull. Avril and Hamish must protect their family while gathering data on the Cull via Hamish’s flying swarms of nanobotic cameras.

New World Order Underwater: The Nae-Née Inventors Strike Back

It is now a year after the Cull began, and the process is complete. Avril and Hamish have brought their family home to Connecticut to a changed world. She assesses the new reality and reviews the masses of data that the nanobotic swarms have accumulated. Avril is determined to do something with it all, but she must understand and be able to prove who the perpetrators of the Cull are. She and Hamish have some idea of this answer, but not yet enough…until the Farmers invite them on a retreat. They accept, secretly releasing their nanobots to gather more information. Soon she is ready to use it. The Farmers find that they cannot treat other human beings as a crop to do with as they please and then enjoy the spoils of their covert resource war.

The novels are available in digital form as Nook and Kindle e-books, and in print.

This is my Amazon Author Page, which lists all of my books:

Together and separately, they show what it would look like as resource scarcity confronts us, what it would be like if various solutions were applied to this problem – both humane and criminal – and what would have to be done to correct society after that, to restore democracy and liberty.

If the ideas presented seem extreme or far-fetched, that’s because they are, and because illustrating the problems confronting us today required it.

As I wrote these novels, I had to force myself to imagine the events depicted in them, however shocking, and to tell myself that it is not real.

That enabled me to keep writing and make these novels available to others.

So now they are completed, and I hope that they make people think, because dystopian fiction is meant to show what can go wrong.

It is not an instruction manual.

It is a warning.


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