Sunday, April 29, 2012

Thanks for the Book Orders!

Amazon -- finally -- has Warnings: The True Story of How Science Tamed the Weather back in stock. However, I suspect there were books on back order as they are already back down to 17 copies.

We received a very nice letter from two new readers last week:

"My wife Patty and I both recently finished reading your book 'Warnings' and I just wanted to let you know we both really enjoyed the book. It was a really easy read, but more importantly, highly informative and extremely interesting!"

We have received the first orders for When the Sirens Were Silent -- from as far away as Maine -- and we certainly appreciate them. Thank you. We are told by the publisher that we will have books in hand on Tuesday. If correct, we will have them in the mail no later than Wednesday. Of course, we will immediately start working with Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, and others to get the book into their distribution systems.

It is unknown how long it will take for Sirens to show up on bookstore or even Amazon's shelves. So, if you want to have sure to have copies available for a Mother's Day or graduation gift, please order either book directly from us. Here are details. Prices include shipping and sales taxes.

  • $15 When the Sirens Were Silent
  • $25 Warnings: The True Story of How Science Tamed the Weather
  • $35 for both
I'll happily autograph either or both and, if the book is a gift, write whatever inscription you would like.

The check should be made to: Mike Smith Enterprises, LLC at 4031 N. Tara Circle, Wichita, Kansas 67226.


  1. Be sure to have the publisher set it up with Amazon and other ereaders so Sirens will also be available on Kindle ASAP. Want to be sure to have it to keep Warnings company on my Kindle!

  2. Yes, it will be on at least Kindle and Nook. Keep in mind the official release date isn't until May 15, but so many want to have it before then we are doing the best we can do accommodate the requests.


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