Back Down to Ten Copies

Hope I'm not boring you with the saga of Amazon's understocking of Warnings: The True Story of How Science Tamed the Weather. I just want to make sure my readers get copies if they wish to give them as gift.

They were up to 13 copies yesterday and they are back down to ten.

So, I suggest you order now if you wish to give one as a gift.

Warnings is also available at Barnes & Noble as well as at your local bookstore. If they don't have a copy, they can certainly order it for you.

If you wish to give a personally autographed copy, order it directly from Mike Smith Enterprises, LLC. We have it in stock and ship promptly by Priority Mail. We also include a very nice custom bookmark with the tornado safety rules. 

You can obtain a personally autographed copy, by sending a check for $25 (includes tax and priority mail shipping) to:
Mike Smith Enterprises, LLC
4031 N. Tara Circle
Wichita, Kansas  67226

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Excerpt from Coast Views' review of Warnings:

In this informative, as well as highly entertaining, narrative Smith looks at some of the country’s most devastating storms over the past 50 years. Smith also describes the efforts to create the national severe-weather warning system, and he introduces the reader to some of the scientific visionaries who led this extraordinary task.

Warnings is the perfect gift for a pilot, fisherman, weather buff, boatsman, sailor, or someone who just likes non-fiction.

CandleCeller's Review:
This book is a wonderful, informative and at times, jaw-dropping read. Highly recommended.

University of Nebraska's Review:
While weather forecasters often appear starchy and bland, Smith makes the weather into an urgent concern, and a remarkable victory. This story turns the weather into a quest, and meteorologists into the most unlikely heroes in recent literature.

Night Reader's Review:
This is a fascinating book, full of suspense, telling it like it is, and a great learning experience without realizing just how much of what you read will stay with you. I highly recommend this book.


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