We all know our planet is slowly dying and in consequence us! I read an incredible novel by Nina Munteanu, which uses the diary of a future personality to highlight the nearsightedness of the previous decades of politics and big business. Yes, I understand it may seem like a heavy topic, however, the narrative carries you through an incredible journey, through the eyes of the protagonist.
The rise in books covering climate change has increased in the last decade or so. They have been a positive eco-political influence on their readers allowing them to imagine potential climate futures. This in turn, persuades those readers of the gravity and urgency of climate change.
Through research, it has been discovered that the most popular readers of these books are younger, more liberal, and more concerned about climate change than nonreaders of climate fiction. It is our youth, who will have to live with today’s decisions after all.
Please consider reading about climate change, whether with non-fiction or non-fiction books. We can make a difference.
Ten best books on Climate Change https://www.ecowatch.com/the-10-best-books-on-climate-change-according-to-climate-activists-2645893407.html?rebelltitem=2#rebelltitem2
In other news, I am enjoying my participation in National Novel Writing Month and as of last night had a word count total of 27,685. The first novel in The Delphic Murders trilogy is well under way.
For research I have begun a novel by M.J. Arlidge called Eeny Meeny. It has captured me from the start.
What are you reading?