Just a quick post today as we get ready for “Back to School” activities. Urbivalist Dan made the “hollowed out book safe” project # 60 from my book, The Prepper’s Pocket Guide. He shows every step from start to finish, including shopping for the materials. He did a great job with the finished product. Check out the fun project at Daily Prep Episode 10: Make a Hollowed Out Book Safe http://www.the-urban-survivalist.com/daily-prep-episode-10-hollowed-out-book-safe/ By the way, since there are lot of Back […]
I am excited to post there are now a couple of reviews of my new book, The Prepper’s Pocket Guide. A while back I had mentioned there were a few review copies available and several readers had kindly offered to review the book. The copies started to arrive in the last week or so, while some are yet to be received. Reader C.F. Hill, recently posted a review on Amazon under Customer Reviews. C.F. Hill is a Top Ten Reviewer […]
I got excited when I checked today and found that my new book, The Prepper’s Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster is now available on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The last time I checked, they both showed a July 12th release date. I wasn’t even sure it would be out by then, as the release date had been moved a few times. I wrote the book for people who […]
I am excited to see that my new book, The Prepper’s Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster is now listed on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The release date looks to be July 12th so far. It is available for pre-order. The book will be available in both paperback, Kindle or Nook. I’ve added a link on the sidebar. Check it out!
I am excited to announce my new book, The Prepper’s Pocket Guide: 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster (Ulysses Press) is being published and will soon be available. With easy to accomplish projects and lists, the book is a “how to” manual for anyone who is interested in preparing for emergencies. Geared toward beginners, I included lots of basic information on getting started, such as finding money for supplies, dealing with storage issues, […]