Navigation, Family Practices for Security, Experience, and Fun What if you had that one essential prepper/survival related item with you at all times that not only gave you security and peace of mind but was also family friendly, educational, entertaining, and fun? We all practice self-reliance in one form or another to some extent in […]
“If you live in the Pacific Northwest, get ready to run for your life . . . In the face of a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Pacific Northwest, a respected geologist must make two gut-wrenching decisions. One could cost him his reputation, the other, his life. Is the Northwest overdue for […]
‘I Will Survive’ is one of the most powerful songs of its generation, and its message is as powerful as ever today. Tina Turner, a legend in her own right, remarked on her enduring classic “A timeless anthem empowering those reaching for positive changes in their lives”. The legendary soul singer behind the composition, Gloria […]
The Martian The Ultimate Survival Fiction Book review by James C. Jones After a while I get tired of the standard survival fiction stories with the ex-military, armed to the teeth superhero fighting of the mythical rogue military units, and roving biker gangs while traveling to their big retreat in the northwest mountains. Fun reading, […]
100 Deadly Skills by Clint Emerson Book review by James C. Jones Most of the skills are not actually “deadly”, but they are mostly illegal under normal circumstances. Clint Emerson is a retired Navy Seal and he shares some very nasty techniques in “100 Deadly Skills“. Yes, there are only a few that are actually […]
Surviving Survival By Laurence Gonzales A book review by: James C. Jones Laurence Gonzales’s book Deep Survival (reviewed in an earlier edition) is probably the best book ever written on survival psychology. The subtitle “Who Lives, Who Dies and Why” should tell you that you need to read that book. I used it as a […]
By Authors Steven Konkoly + Bobby Akart Recently we wrote an article for the American Preppers Network entitled: Importance of Prepper Fiction. We discussed the use of fiction as a source of information and entertainment, but also as a useful tool to bring the non-prepper on board with a preparedness plan. We had this specific purpose in […]
We believe that Prepper Fiction is an excellent tool available to persuade non-preppers to recognize the perils we face as a society. When the proverbial SHTF, you will find yourself in a society that can be brutal and deadly. In a recent survey, Preppers revealed their top ten collapse events which would trigger TEOTWAWKI, The End […]
This is our review of The End, book one in the critically acclaimed New World Series by author G. Michael Hopf. The End: Book One in the New World Series And so it begins … The End is book one of the acclaimed New World Series by former combat Marine veteran Geoff Hopf. Drawing on […]
By James Walton With the advent of self-publishing we as writers have been handed an artistic license like never before. There is no longer that voice in the back of our heads about what might publish well and what might not. No. Instead we can craft and idea and bring it to life without hindrance. […]
Preparedness folk spend a lot of time worrying about the beans and the bullets, but few consider the importance of the bandages as well. Few medical personnel take the time and effort to put together strategies for when modern medicine is not available. This circumstance can be caused by natural catastrophes (hurricanes, tornadoes) or man-made […]
THE MEN WHO BUILT THE END is the first novel by James Walton. You may know James as the host of the popular podcast I AM Liberty featured Thursdays on the Prepper Podcast Radio Network as well as live every Friday night on www.prepperbroadcasting.com. The show often reflects his concerns and views on the news […]
Here’s a gift for our readers. Download this free 57 page mini-ebook version of the popular disaster preparedness manual: “It’s A Disaster and what are you gonna do about it” Bill and Janet Liebsch have forever changed disaster mitigation by introducing this book to communities, organizations, clubs, churches and municipalities all across the U.S. Even […]
Beginning preppers can get started with these essential 45 survival tips written by David Pearson Download your ebook here (Note: Free ebook as of the date of this post) **Update, the Free Ebook offer is over, but Kindle books are still offered at great prices** Remember, you don’t need a Kindle to read these books. […]
By Stephanie Dayle What are YOU going to do about it? A very important question that is not often directly addressed. You have your supplies, food, and water, then a disaster happens. What are the very first things you should do? “It’s A Disaster!….and what are you gonna do about it?” By Bill Liebsch , Janet Liebsch (both […]
A detailed book for those interested in their own Backyard Homestead!
In Depth Review to Cody Lundin’s, “When All Hell Breaks Loose.” Wonderful insight on what sort of prepper this book is for.
Great points to consider on where you plan on Bugging to! Out to another retreat, or stay home. Check out this information!