Author Launches New Website Illuminating Global Warming Controversy
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ — Author Roger Colley announces the launch of his new thought-provoking website www.truthfulmyths.com. The site promotes dialogue on the issue of climate change through the release of the writer’s new enlightening book, A Truthful Myth, a suspense/action/romance novel about an abrupt global warming. At a time when many serious climate scientists on all sides of the issue are releasing publications about their research and thoughts about global warming — and its possible impacts to a confused public — and others in the media are promoting their personal views or even creating climate change science fiction thrillers, Colley has produced a story and a social media website which promotes the view that climate science is unsettled, “not done,” and needs to be further opened, researched and improved.
The novel relates an unlikely but possible scenario: an oracle predicts gradual global warming suddenly turns abrupt, catastrophic, and the new president must find a way to save America. The ensuing story leads to an intriguing web of dramatic climate changes, new energy technologies, uncertain economics, and political upheaval. The young, romantically-linked engineers, Michael Reynolds and Rose Haines, must match wits with the president’s villainous Chief-of-Staff in their attempts to favorably resolve the destiny of the nation. Beyond their heroic efforts, the two protagonists open the door to a host of American values in jeopardy, even beyond climate change and global warming. Can America be saved? The book in hardcover, softcover, and e-book is available online at Amazon, iUniverse, Barnes & Noble, Borders, other book stores, and at the author’s website.
ROGER COLLEY attended Duke University and the University of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of the Penn’s Wharton School. He served as president of two public environmental companies known as the technical leaders in their respective fields. He also served as a trustee of the esteemed Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He now writes non-fiction, fiction and screenplays in his lifelong quest to seek new knowledge and solid truths.