It’s been a long time since I’ve done any posts about my Giamotti books, the series of SF novels that began with “Life Without Giamotti” in 2006 and continued over two sequels. Thus I thought I’d exhume this post from back in 2012, which showcases just how far even a non-famous writer’s reach can stretch. I’m quite proud of the fact that my books have been read at both poles of the Earth! Enjoy.

The above photo is the welcome sign at McMurdo Station, the United States’s preeminent outpost in Antarctica. In case you can’t see it at first (click for a larger version), sitting on the rock underneath the sign is a copy of my novel which came out in 2008, All Giamotti’s Children, the sequel to Life Without Giamotti. [Note: Life Without is on Kindle, but the sequels aren’t–yet. They will be eventually, though!]

I love this photo–which I recently rediscovered–because it’s visual proof that, although my fan base is my no means large, my books have made it to some very far-flung corners of the world. In fact, the Giamotti books have been read at (almost) both poles of the Earth.

So how’d my novel get to Antarctica?

It was a result of my friend Eric. Like me, he’s from Oregon; he just recently left to travel…

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