Cli-Fi

Book Review: The End of the Beginning by Zachary Eichholz

The End of the Beginning is a mixed bag that would benefit from serious editing and revision. However, it explores compelling ideas and themes that make it a good read for anyone with a strong interest in climate fiction and the idea of a global rescue organization responding to the climate crisis.

Posted in Book Reviews, Books, Cli-Fi, Climate, Geoengineering, Global Warming, utopian

#CyberMonday Sale on Goodbye Miami!

Goodbye Miami will be on sale on Cyber Monday! Pick up a copy of my climate fiction (cli-fi) novel, Goodbye Miami, on Monday, November 27 for just $1.99. (Regular Price: $3.99.)

Posted in Books, Cli-Fi, Climate, Global Warming, Goodbye Miami, Politics, sci-fi, Sea Level Rise, Southern Illinois, Treesong's Books

Hurricane Relief Sale (Goodbye Miami)

My novel, Goodbye Miami, is on sale for 99 cents now through Monday (9/11). 100% of the proceeds of this sale will go to grassroots relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Goodbye Miami is the story of an American climate refugee who is displaced by a devastating hurricane that leaves the city of Miami underwater. It takes place in the year 2030. Unfortunately, there are real people in the present day who are already being displaced by hurricanes and wildfires that were made more intense by human-caused climate change.

This novel is part of my ongoing effort to write fiction and poetry that inspires serious thought, discussion, and action in the service of climate justice. Hopefully this sale will help spread the word and raise some funds for grassroots relief efforts.

If you prefer to donate directly to an organization rather than (or in addition to!) buying this novel, please refer to the following list of grassroots relief and recovery options.

Posted in Books, Cli-Fi, Climate, Climate Justice, Global Warming, Goodbye Miami

Book Review: 1/2986 by Annelie Wendeberg

1/2986 is an intense and compelling climate change thriller. As the book (and series) progresses, the emphasis is more on the thriller aspect than on the climate. Even so, since the main premise of the plot and setting revolves around a post-collapse scenario explicitly linked to climate change, this novel is an excellent choice for any climate fiction fans who love a good thriller.

Posted in Book Reviews, Cli-Fi, Dystopian
My name is Treesong. I'm a father, author, talk radio host, and Real Life Superhero. I live in Carbondale, Southern Illinois. I write novels, short stories, and poetry, mostly about the climate.

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