Shameless Plug: Buy My Books

About a year ago (Merciful Zeus, has it been that long?), the Powers That Be approached me and asked if I would like to write one of our new educational graphic novels.  Throwing dignity to the wind, I said “Yes!  Please!  Oh dear god, yes!”  We do things in series, usually four or six titles per given series.  The series in question would be six titles.  The series would deal with environmental dangers.  The title I was given was to be titled After Earth: Living on a Different Planet.  Pretty sweet, huh?  Well, it gets better.  That one title became four, and all four are soon to be available for purchase.  I provided the story and the pretty words.  The art was handled by Dheeraj Verma.

We’re an educational publisher, so all of our books go through a fairly rigorous vetting in terms of both accuracy and suitability for younger children.  Parents love us.  Teachers love us.  Librarians love us.

So, without further adieu, please buy my books (they are available from Amazon and Barnes & Noble*):

AFTER EARTH: LIVING ON A DIFFERENT PLANET

ENERGY CRISIS: THE FUTURE OF FOSSIL FUELS

GLOBAL WARMING: GREENHOUSE GASES AND THE OZONE LAYER

SINISTER SLUDGE: OIL SPILLS AND THE ENVIRONMENT


*: And, just for due diligence, you can check out the company site for all sorts of educational books for children and young adults.

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9 responses to “Shameless Plug: Buy My Books

  1. As a teacher, I learned one of the best ways to get information to kids is to leave funny (ie twisted History) or appealing books lying around. I’ve ordered all 4 of yours which will soon sit casually on the counter until they wander all over the house tucked beneath my boys’ arms.

    I’m looking forward though to reading them first.

  2. Psst, Your last name really is Faust?

  3. Cool. Environmental issues for kids with cool pictures. Let’s send them to George Bush.

  4. [he does not deserve them but he needs the education]

  5. I hope you all enjoy them.

    And, yes it is…you really shouldn’t be shocked.

  6. Now Max…they’re not coloring books.

    Silly rabbit…

  7. Nice work! I’m taking a page out of Kym’s book and ordering them for “casual” placement around my house, too.

    Hey, coloring book versions of these are actually a good idea…something to consider.

  8. Pingback: Sinister Sludge for Christmas « REDHEADED BLACKBELT and Other Strange Connections

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