News Release: Carbon Run set for release October 21, 2017

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Good news about Joe’s book, Obi-Wan!

I sent out this news release today about the upcoming official release of Carbon Run. The release went mostly to media in the Seattle area. Do you know a reporter, producer, or blogger who might be interested? Send me a note, and I’ll follow up with him/her.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Joe Follansbee, Contact page

SEATTLE AUTHOR TO RELEASE FIRST NOVEL IN DYSTOPIAN THRILLER SERIES

Seattle – Seattle-based author J.G. Follansbee has announced the upcoming release of the first novel in his new dystopian thriller series, Tales From A Warming Planet. The novel, Carbon Run, tells the story of a young woman, Anne Penn, whose father, Bill Penn, is accused of destroying an endangered species of birds. When Janine Kilel, a deputy inspector for the Bureau of Environment Security, comes to arrest Bill, he runs for his life, because in the 22nd century, destroying a species is a capital crime.

Carbon Run is speculative science fiction that imagines life in a world ravaged by climate change. The novel falls into the same category as Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2140, Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake series, and Claire Vaye Watkins’ Gold Fame Citrus. Many critics call this style of sci-fi “climate fiction” or “eco-fiction.”

Writing about the first release in the series, The Mother Earth Insurgency: A Novelette, Pushcart nominee Joyce Yarrow said, “Like all gifted sci-fi writers, Follansbee extrapolates from the present to build an imaginative – and in this case action-packed – scenario for the future.”

The official release date of Carbon Run is October 21, 2017. The book will be available as an ebook and a print book on Amazon. An audiobook version is planned for release in 2018.

Two more novels in the series, City of Ice and Dreams, and Restoration, are scheduled for release in 2018. A collection of short stories is in development.

Author bio: J.G. Follansbee is the author of science fiction and speculative fiction novels set on an Earth and in a society transformed by climate change. A writer who publishes independently, Follansbee explores themes of survival, justice, and tolerance with strong female protagonists and antagonists. Mr. Follansbee supports meaningful clean energy and transportation policies that combat the damaging effects of climate change.

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Things are coming together. I’m really excited!

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