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Hello All
I am newbie here , but I have been interested in the chase for the last three years. I dont live in USA.I live in Europe and hence my chase has been purely analytical or armchair hunt so far.

I just got my kindle e-book published lately entitled "If you have been wise and found the blaze".

It is a short ebook that offers a novel idea on the concept of the "blaze" in Forrest Fenn's poem. Based on some fascinating historical legends as well as formal trail blazing conventions, the book presents a strong argument on what Forrest Fenn might have had in mind on the word 'blaze' when he crafted his poem. Without stating "where" the blaze is , the book argues on "what" the blaze is and as a consequence of that definition in what manner the chest is hidden by Fenn and why. I do hope it could bring some interesting new idea in the search for Forest Fenn's treasure and the thrill of the chase. For anyone interested it can be seen in the following link in amazon kindle .

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?...+the+Blaze

thanks!
Jeshurun Clouds
Jesh - It's not a good idea to post an offer to sell in multiple threads. Think about it for a week & you can come back and participate normally.
(04-03-2017, 06:52 PM)Jeshurun Clouds Wrote: [ -> ]Hello All
I am newbie here , but I have been interested in the chase for the last three years. I dont live in USA.I live in Europe and hence my chase has been purely analytical or armchair hunt so far.

I just got my kindle e-book published lately entitled "If you have been wise and found the blaze".

It is a short ebook that offers a novel idea on the concept of the "blaze" in Forrest Fenn's poem. Based on some fascinating historical legends as well as formal trail blazing conventions, the book presents a strong argument on what Forrest Fenn might have had in mind on the word 'blaze' when he crafted his poem. Without stating "where" the blaze is , the book argues on "what" the blaze is and as a consequence of that definition in what manner the chest is hidden by Fenn and why. I do hope it could bring some interesting new idea in the search for Forest Fenn's treasure and the thrill of the chase. For anyone interested it can be seen in the following link in amazon kindle .

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?...+the+Blaze

thanks!
Jeshurun Clouds

My e-book on the chase I mentioned some days back which was published on kindle is now also available on KOBO.Kobo readers can check in the following link.

https://www.kobo.com/pt/en/ebook/if-you-...-the-blaze

thanks!

Jeshurun Clouds