Dad, Why Are You A Global Warming Denier? – Now in Print

Contrary to what I wrote in the introductory post for the Kindle ebook edition, I’ve published a print edition of Dad, Why Are You A Global Warming Denier?, in paperback through Amazon. As you can see in the photo below, the color illustrations printed great with the 5×8 inch page size.

Dad Denier Paperback Exhibit 08

The Introduction, revised for the paperback, reads:

Note:  This is the print edition of my short story Dad, Why Are You A Global Warming Denier? The body of the print edition and the Kindle editions are the same, with the following exceptions: The Amazon Kindle edition of this book contains hyperlinks, which will not work in this print edition, for obvious reasons. I’ve left the text underlined and in blue where the hyperlinks existed. In this print edition, the text associated with those hyperlinks has been numbered (superscripts), and the http addresses for those links are listed at the end of the book, under the heading of REFERENCES.  If you want working hyperlinks, you’ll have to purchase the Kindle edition. In a number of places, I’ve also had to shift where the illustrations landed in the text to minimize the number and sizes of blank space.

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      I penned the following short-story, set in the year 2017, as a series of conversations between a twentysomething daughter and her mid-50s father.  The father is a heretic of the church of catastrophic human-induced global warming/climate change.  The daughter, Anna, is a believer.

This work includes quotes from the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) and a well-respected politician.  It also includes 22 illustrations, most of which are in color.

As you will see shortly, it is written in the first person by Anna.

Another hyperlink:

Dad, Why Are You A Global Warming Denier? – Print Edition

Ciao

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About Bob Tisdale

Research interest: the long-term aftereffects of El Niño and La Nina events on global sea surface temperature and ocean heat content. Author of the ebook Who Turned on the Heat? and regular contributor at WattsUpWithThat.
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