It appears that at least one passage in "Scare of the Century" by JASON LEE STEORTS either needs correction or additional explanation.
<< How much ice has Antarctica gained? In a 2005 study published in Science, Curt Davis used satellite measurements to calculate changes in the ice sheets elevation, and found that it gained 45 billion tons of ice per year between 1992 and 2003. Far from flooding the coasts, thats enough to lower sea levels by roughly 0.12 millimeters annually. >>
According to Curt Davis, whose work Steorts is citing and who is director of the Center for Geospatial Intelligence at the University of Missouri-Columbia:
<< Growth of the ice sheet was only noted on the interior of the ice sheet and did not include coastal areas. Coastal areas are known to be losing mass, and these losses could offset or even outweigh the gains in the interior areas. >>
More generally, Davis complains that recent reports are misrepresenting his previous research to back their claims that global warming is not causing ice sheets to shrink in a "deliberate effort to confuse and mislead the public about the global warming debate. They are selectively using only parts of my previous research to support their claims. They are not telling the entire story to the public."
There are more details at the link I have provided. I am not sure if Davis would include Steorts' article as part of his general complaint, but it seems that you would find Davis' comments of interest.
I have not done so, but you might also want to check out whether there are similar issues with other claims in Steorts article.