Ecocentricity Blog: Telling the Story of Climate Change

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Ecocentricity Blog: Telling the Story of Climate Change

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Tragically real, regardless of cause. More stories coming. We can get it right on #climatechange http://bit.ly/2aqrGKh @johnalanierRCAF

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Monday, July 25, 2016 - 1:00pm

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These stories are tragically real, regardless of the cause. But with climate change looming as the probable cause, or at least a probable contributor, it means that more stories like these are likely coming.

Fantasy novels captivate me. I could have said, “I like fantasy novels,” but that wouldn’t quite have been right. Rather, a good fantasy novel will entertain me for hours at a time, distract me from work, and even show up in my dreams. Once again, I readily admit how much of a nerd I am.

One of my favorites is The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. It’s the first book in a series called The Kingkiller Chronicle, and I just finished listening to it for the second time (I’m an audiobook guy for novels, because they let me “read” when driving and brushing my teeth). I eagerly await the third book in the series, which I hope will be out in 2017 sometime.

I won’t say much about the book, but I do want to share its beginning. The first two lines of the novel are the following:

“It was night again. The Waystone Inn lay in silence, and it was a silence of three parts.”

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