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Hiya Guys Waveing

Itís Claire here again. Iíve been so busy trying to finalise things with the launch of my treasure hunting e-Book, in particular, getting my sales page live so that detectoirst can actually have the opportunity to purchase it! Anyway, panic over and sales page is now active on the internet.

I promised I would reveal to you a little more of what is contained in the e-Book so here goes. I tried to cover all the topics I knew I would like to see in one book and I believe Iíve actually achieved this. It is called T.R.I.P.S Treasure Hunting Handbook which is an acronym for Tips, Resources, Information, Permissions and Search. Intrigued? Ell Iíll expand a little on those areas should I.

Tips Ė Precious Little Gems
Everyone loves a good tip whether it is for yourself or to make you look cool by passing on to someone else. The T.RI.P.S. Handbook contains a wealth of my invaluable tips that have been collected over many years. It is presented in a short, snappy format which will bring some Ďlight bulbí moments even to the most experienced hunters.

Resource Ė Search Engine Rolodex
Discover a collection of internet links relating to treasure hunter and metal detecting. Each delivered with a purpose and use explanation. In many of the sites you will find alternative or additional links to the related subjects. In fact, youíll never be able to find time to follow all the links you find in my Search Engine Rolodex. The subjects are extremely diverse from Roman coins to excellent mapping systems to a metal detecting song to where you can watch television programmes on treasure hunting. Armchair hunting at itís best!
I got the famous treasure hunter and author David Villanueva to review the book for me and this is what he said about the resources section ďThere are ten pages of RESOURCES with many links to excellent sites related to metal detecting, such as maps, soils, site finding, history, finds identification and dowsing. This section is invaluable, for here I discovered a fantastic website, which led to nearby land where several Roman gold coins had been found. A cache hereabouts is likely and needs investigating.Ē High praise indeed.

Information Ė Golden Nuggets Section
Want to own a reference library about treasure hunting? The ĎProfessor Know it Allí information section includes a list of useful contacts such organisations and associations plus websites and forums from all over the world. Impress your mates by knowing the metal detecting law in New Zealand, or Italy or Holland.
And thatís not all. Never struggle with metal detecting terminology again. Also includes special archaeological regulations from around the word and much more.

Permission - Drop dead easy Permissions
Most good treasure is found on private land.  Ever found an ideal piece of land youíd love to hunt but you canít get permission. It is one of the most frustrating dilemmas for treasure hunters.
My book will teach you ideas, strategies and increase your confidence every time you knock on a farmerís door. It also covers telephone and writing techniques. Youíll be able to turn sites you dream about into reality with this information. Also includes example search agreements recommended by the governing bodies and by me as a lawyer.

Search Ė Indiana Jones Section
Whilst interviewing the famous treasure hunter and author David Villanueva, he told me research was a major factor to being a good hunter. Searching or researching for profitable sites makes or breaks you.  Iíll teach you how to search in the right places, waste less time and increase finds of treasure.
In this section youíll learn not only what to look for but where to look.
You may well become like the intrepid treasure hunter Indiana Jones! Ok, maybe not, but you will develop over time, and with practice, the ability to increase precious and valuable finds.
I must admit I was surprised at Davidís comment at the end of his review where he said ďEven though I have been in the hobby for over 40 years I was still able to learn from this book. It contains a goldmine of tips, resources and information, not only for beginners but for all metal detectorists and treasure hunters.Ē

I carried out a survey on my website before embarking on this task and those were recurring themes that detectorists struggled with. So, the contents of my book were decided by folk just like you!
I pride myself on giving value for money and I know you demand that too. \therefore, the e-Book is priced accordingly and you can download and read it immediately for $9.90 which is only £6.00.
Oh, I nearly forgot; if you purchase the book you will be given the opportunity to access an exclusive interview I held with David in which he reveals some fascinating facts, secrets and insights into his long and affiliation and love for the hobby.

If Iíve piqued youíre interest check all about it at

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In my final post Iíll be posting some snippets from the e-Book so you can actually see some of the contents. Iím also in the process of producing a video I intend uploading to YouTube and Iíll also let you know when you can go and see that too.

In the mean while Happy Hunting & God Bless Detecting
Claire


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