Special Offer: The Climate Pandemic by Dennis Meredith

The Climate Pandemic is Dennis Meredith’s latest nonfiction release. Dennis is an award-winning author of science fiction and nonfiction. He’s also a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists and the National Association of Science Writers. While hiking one day, Dennis came to a mountain ridge overlooking a major freeway, and from that vantage point, he beheld a massive traffic jam, with the majority of cars holding only the driver. In his words, “Each had elected to burn carbon-dioxide-spewing fuel and wear out their car, regardless of the climate consequences. That sight prompted me to begin exploring what science was revealing about those consequences. Seven years later, the result is The Climate Pandemic: How Climate Disruption Threatens Human Survival—a massive 140,000-word book with more than 1,700 references.” His goal for his book is “to communicate the complex and frightening realities of climate disruption to scientists, policymakers, and the public.”

The e-book is available for free on Amazon March 1st-5th. Feel free to share this offer.

From the back cover:

Much of what you’ve been told about climate disruption are myths.

The most comprehensive book on climate disruption, The Climate Pandemic reveals why:

  • Current plans to limit global heating will not avoid climate catastrophe.
  • Renewable energy will not offer a major clean energy source.
  • Decarbonizing our energy system is a delusion.
  • The human species will not ultimately survive climate disruption.

The Climate Pandemic details the science, technology, politics, economics, and psychology that determine our climate future. It explains climate-driven heat waves, megadroughts, wildfires, floods, and superstorms. It explores the human impacts of climate disruption: increased toxicity and disease, famine, migration, conflict, and societal collapse. It documents the failure of the media, scientists, environmentalists, corporations, and politicians to act on climate disruption. And it reveals how the Paris agreement, renewable energy, carbon capture, geoengineering, and nuclear power are unrealistic panaceas.

As our mission for the future, the book advocates that we dedicate ourselves to palliating our planet, preserving as much as we can.

Dennis’s Publishing Journey

The road to publication was by no means easy. After mounting frustration with publishers, Dennis decided to publish the book under his own imprint, allowing him to have complete control over the process and enabling him to offer the book at a more reasonable price. Self-publishing wound up being the answer. Though self-publishing couldn’t provide him the platform of a commercial publisher, it was more important to him to maintain control over the publication process. “And these days,” he says, “it is up to the author to market their own books, anyway, so I don’t gain much from commercial publication in that regard.” Once he found 1106 Design, the way became even easier. We provided full service from manuscript to publication.

His Advice

“Be absolutely, totally, unerringly dedicated to writing the best book possible and to making it as free of errors as possible. The old saying ‘garbage in, garbage out’ is so true of books. And invest in the most professional cover and interior design. It gives your book credibility and affords you a reputation as a serious, professional author.” If you want to share your work with the world but you want some help along the way, don’t hesitate to reach out to 1106 Design. We’d love to help you achieve your publishing goals.


The Climate Pandemic: How Climate Disruption Threatens Human Survival

Author: Dennis Meredith

Genre: Nonfiction, science

Twitter Handle: @explainresearch

Website: http://www.ClimatePandemic.com

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BN727963?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420

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