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This week we introduce readers to indie author J.G. Follansbee’s dystopian novel Carbon Run about a daughter trying to find her father in a future ravaged by climate change. An accidental fire set ablaze the habitat of an endangered species of bird causing Bill Penn to flee for his life ? accidental or not, these deaths amount to a death penalty. What else has global warming inflicted on our planet?
Tune in next week when we speak to J.G. Follansbee about his novel. Why did the author use climate change as his backdrop for this dystopian tale? What type of research went into this story? Has there been any backlash due to the controversial nature of global warming in today’s political atmosphere? Marie and Ben will also discuss reviews for this story and much more!
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This episode was brought to you by Shirts By Sarah. Shirts By Sarah has so many designs that there is bound to be a bunch to help you tell your tale! Music found in this episode was written and performed by Jahzzar and is titled Look Inside. The Indie Beginning Podcast is an ACNBooks production. Ben Franke was the narrator for this audiobook introduction episode, for contact information go to acnbooks/meet-the-hosts.com. The first two chapters of Carbon Run were read and aired with permission from the author. As always, read more books, be the best possible you, and simply enjoy this wonderful life. Thanks for listening.