Print Version and other information


The print version is coming along nicely and the proof will be reviewed over the next week.  Once that is taken care of I will put out another update for when the print version will be available.  The price will be $15.95 in the US and some other amount overseas.  I am very, very excited for the print version to be available.  I will begin pushing the book much more when availability of the print version is ready.

I am working on the Kindle format to get the chapters working properly there.  I am not sure why it is having problems as every other format is fine.  My goal is to have that fixed and an updated version available on Amazon by Sunday.  I would like to get it done sooner, but there is only so much time in a day.  If you don’t use the Kindle and are planning on using a computer, the Lulu version linked on the website is the best version for that type of reading.

If you have read the book, please put in a review wherever you bought it.  It is time to elevate the global warming debate and I believe that this book can play an important part in accomplishing that goal.  Thanks for all of your support.

John Kehr

Posted in The Book by inconvenientskeptic on November 3rd, 2011 at 4:43 pm.

3 comments

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  1. Looking forward to reading it. Although I love technology, I still have trouble reading books and magazines on a screen, so I’ll buy a couple of print copies as soon as it’s available.

    On another note, have you read the lecture that Matt Ridley gave recently? It was by far one of the best essays I have read on the CAWG debate. Given his high profile – he has given a talk at TED! – this is nice to hear coming from him.

    For anyone who hasn’t read it – I strongly suggest it: http://www.bishop-hill.net/storage/ScientificHeresy.pdf

  2. I got the book on Amazon and its in full color on Kindle for iPad. The graphics look great. The only thing I have to say is there still seems to be a few typos so another round of editing might be in order.

  3. inconvenientskeptic Nov 4th 2011

    Feel free to send me any errors that you see. Hope you enjoy the book. 🙂

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