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Hurricane eBook
      #87390 - Sun Mar 28 2010 09:51 AM

Hello everyone,

I've been working on an eBook for Atlantic hurricanes that originally was intended to just release for anyone who was interested. The book began as a review of the 2009 hurricane season and what to expect for the 2010 hurricane season. However, it has turned into much more and, while I'm excited about it, I'm not really sure if it's something the general hurricane audience would be interested in.

If you don't mind, I'd love to get your thoughts and opinions on the idea. I know what I would do. But, it's not for me - never was meant to be. So, I'm looking to see if others are genuinely interested and what they'd like to see out of a good quality hurricane book.

Also, I'd be extremely delighted to share the book with a few people on here who could point out some things I missed (or, even tell me if I'm rambling too much - I can take criticism).

So, what would you like to see out of a hurricane ebook?
Would you be interested in an eBook on hurricanes if it were available?
You may choose only one
How detailed would you like the book to be?
You may choose only one
Scientific - blast me w/ info
Reference - how-to's and where-to's
Genreal - Basic hurricane info
Would you pay for a hurricane eBook?
You may choose only one
Yes - as much as $25
Yes - no more than $15

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