Hi, everyone!

Long time no see!

I apologize for not continuing with posting on the blog, but I do have an excellent excuse.

I was busy with the editing and designing of my book: Water Thieves.

For this book, I partnered with the “Sensing the Americas’ Freshwater Ecosystem Risk from Climate Change” (SAFER) project, which is funded by the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and the US National Science Foundation (NSF). The idea behind this book is to entertain, educate and increase the awareness of water pollution and conservation.

All sales will go back into the SAFER project, and the money will be used for community education outreach and to buy more books to distribute to schools and libraries. Your help is welcome!

You can get the print version through these links:

Amazon

Barnes & Noble

I hope you enjoy it!

Here is what is written on the back cover.

In the year 2017, a mutant strain of bacteria, capable of surviving the full range of the seasons –including the harshest winters and fearful storms–, has polluted the fresh water of all South America, creating chaos and poverty.Twenty years later, two sisters are forced to survive by stealing water, looking forward to a moment when they can make their escape to the countries in the North. One night, as the sisters infiltrate a house to steal its stash of fresh water, they find themselves involved in an unplanned adventure into the past, fighting to stop the pollution that caused their parents deaths.

This book was written as part of an outreach program for the project “Sensing the Americas’ Freshwater Ecosystem Risk from Climate Change” (SAFER), funded by the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and the US National Science Foundation (NSF). All sales of this book will go back into the project and be used to keep funding outreach activities of the SAFER project as well as to buy more books to distribute to schools and libraries.

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