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About my book, The G.O.O.D. Plan – Get Out Of Dodge.
I started working on this book in December 2009. By December 2010, I had a copy ready to print. Paladin Press in Colorado, USA was interested in printing my book once I signed over all my rights. At this time I still do not feel inclined to give up on having my book published. But, I prefer to have it published on my terms. For example, I do not want to lose my rights to this material.
I wrote this book because every brochure you ever read tells you to make a plan. But no one ever shows you what the plan looks like. This is not a survival manual per se, more of a manual to plan your family’s evacuation, should you ever need to.
“The G.O.O.D. Plan is an evac plan. It will be part of your family’s emergency preparedness plan.
Additional information is provided to help your planning process. Including sample scenarios, gear lists, threat assessments, possible terrorist targets and a sample G.O.O.D. Plan.
The G.O.O.D. Plan requires you to have solid information from a trustworthy source. To Get Out Of Dodge, you need to be on the road before anyone else knows there’s a problem.” – From the Introduction of The G.O.O.D. Plan – Get Out Of Dodge.
- I support the idea of every family in North America for having an Emergency Preparedness Plan – for all threats. My book aids in the evacuation part of that plan.
- The book is 215 pages, contains checklists, supply lists, diagrams, photos; as well as, discussion on SOP’s, convoys and communication.