WATERMELON SNOW

A Cli-Fi Novel by William A. Liggett

 

“For anyone who enjoys adventure, a good dose of science,
and a great story . . . an excellent read from start to finish.”

–Joe Tanner, retired NASA astronaut

 

Deep within the Blue Glacier, a climate scientist uncovers a long-held secret, triggering a series of tragic events that threaten her research, her career – and the lives of everyone around her. A story of adventure, mystery, loss, and hope, this climate fiction novel is packed with suspense and surprises, sure to please fans of Michael Crichton and Robin Cook.

 

 
 
 
 

 

WATERMELON SNOW
A Cli-Fi Novel by William A. Liggett

Deep within the Blue Glacier, a climate scientist uncovers a long-held secret, triggering a series of tragic events that threaten her research, her career – and the lives of everyone around her.

“For anyone who enjoys adventure, a good dose of science, and a great story . . . an excellent read from start to finish”

–Joe Tanner,
retired NASA astronaut

 
 

“An entertaining story with a mix of understandable science for the layman and clever
plot twists, thrills, and mysteries for the fiction lover. I also found it better the second
time around—which someone famous once said is a sign of a good book.”
—XENOFON MONIODIS, Communications Consultant

“I loved this novel! The story pulls the reader into the puzzle-solving nature of scientific
discovery, and the “real world” challenges scientists face pursuing their work. I
didn’t want to put down the book, but I had to pause when my iPad battery got to 5%.”
—STAN SCHROEDER, Retired Administrator, Grossmont College

“I sat down to read this book like I do all books I have on my iPhone- a little at a time
while eating alone, waiting for something or before I drift off to sleep while in bed. HOWEVER.
Once I started, I couldn’t put it down till I read the last sentence. It has suspense, science,
inter personal stress relationships, and tension, action and an interesting story. i highly
recommend Watermelon Snow as a great read so relevant to today’s world. Buy it!”
—AMAZON CUSTOMER

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
William A. Liggett

 

 
 
 
 

Bill Liggett writes fiction that blends behavioral and earth sciences in the new literary genre “cli-fi,” or climate fiction.

His goal is to paint a hopeful future, based on solutions to global warming.

He holds a BS in geology and an MA in education, both from Stanford University, and a PhD in applied social psychology from New York University.  Among the many positions he has held over the years, he taught in high school and college, conducted behavioral science studies for IBM, and consulted on strategic plans with health care and educational organizations.

Wherever he lives, Bill loves being outdoors.

Home for him has included the West Coast, East Coast, Alaska, and now Colorado, the state of his childhood.

He and his wife, Nancy, live in Boulder, where they enjoy the cultural and academic opportunities of a university community. Between them, they have five children and six grandchildren.

READ WILLIAM A. LIGGETT’S BLOG >

 
 
“Photo by Paula Gillen”

Bill Liggett writes fiction that blends behavioral and earth sciences in the new literary genre “cli-fi,” or climate fiction.

His goal is to paint a hopeful future, based on solutions to global warming.

He holds a BS in geology and an MA in education, both from Stanford University, and a PhD in applied social psychology from New York University.  Among the many positions he has held over the years, he taught in high school and college, conducted behavioral science studies for IBM, and consulted on strategic plans with health care and educational organizations.

Wherever he lives, Bill loves being outdoors.

Home for him has included the West Coast, East Coast, Alaska, and now Colorado, the state of his childhood.

He and his wife, Nancy, live in Boulder, where they enjoy the cultural and academic opportunities of a university community. Between them, they have five children and five grandchildren.

READ WILLIAM A. LIGGETT’S BLOG >

“Photo by Paula Gillen”

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