hi. about a year and a half ago i started writing a thriller novel set in antarctica. at that time, i used this board, which used to be ʹʹtheiceʹʹ discussion board, to help in my research. a lot of people were helpful at that time.anyway, iʹm done now and iʹd like to tell people about it. if youʹre passionate about antarctica like i am, then you will love it. it is a full length (400+ pages) major novel set in mcmurdo and other places. and how often is a mcmurdo dining assistant a major character in anythingʔ my agent in nyc is shopping it around to publishers but iʹd like to try to get some early feedback from people who really know the place. if youʹre interested, you can find it at <ǃ-- w -->http://www.cafepress.com/johncbrewer<ǃ-- w -->. the title is ʹʹthe green hajjʹʹ and the cover is a false-color image of the continent plotted in ice-speed. the other novel youʹll see there is my first and is set in north korea and deals with nuclear proliferation. both are great reads, or so iʹm told.john brewer
john,i went to the site you suggested, but i got the following message. are you sure the url is correctʔcafepress.com product not foundwe are sorry, but the product you requested could not be found. the page you are looking for may have been renamed, moved, or deleted. you may click on the ʹʹreloadʹʹ button on your browser, or wait and try connecting again later. please check the url for spelling, capitalization, and punctuation errors, and click the ʹʹreloadʹʹ button on your browser.
looks like the period at the end of the sentance got rolled in to the url. it should read,<ǃ-- m -->http://www.cafepress.com/johncbrewer<ǃ-- m -->thanks for fixing it up for me slartibartfast.sincerely,ford prefect