Category Archive: Literature

Apr 29

The Cause by Roderick Vincent

I’ve just started reading The Cause by Roderick Vincent and wanted to pass along a little info in case anyone else was interested.  Is it complete non-fiction…?  Obviously not.  Yet for some it might be a nice change of pace which aligns with the prep world.  Heck I read some of the Game of Thrones …

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Mar 01

So I Stopped Into The Half Price Bookstore…

I have to admit, I like shiny things which smell new coming out of a box delivered by the UPS driver.  Those are always fun preps to unbox and the anticipation from the time one clicks “buy” online until the item(s) arrive is tough to suppress.  Even as I type this I have some items …

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Sep 21

Last Stand: Patriots. A Novel by William H. Weber

Normally I wouldn’t dedicate an entire post to a book release but this one is special to me.  The author, William H. Weber, contacted me a few months ago and asked if I would like to receive a beta copy of the book so that I could provide my input.  I was honored to do …

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Jan 19

The Lowly Survival Manual

By Muleskinner. Most people can’t define the four 3’s that are basic to survival. As a refresher these basic principles are: 3 minutes without air; 3 hours without shelter; 3 days without water; and 3 weeks without food. This may sound simple enough, but did you also know that it is estimated that no more than 3% of …

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Nov 28

Add these books to your reading list.

SHTF books

Today I received two more books in the mail.  How to be Invisible by J.J Luna and 31 Days to Survival by M.D. Creekmore.  I have never even come close to considering myself a subject matter expert on any one topic and so I try to read as much as I can.  I thought that …

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Oct 13

Books to own prior to T-SHTF

Making the best of the Basics

All of us are used to the ease with which we are able to access information online.  The Internet has made researching almost any topic ridiculously easy, to the point where I dare say we have become dependent on it.  I too am guilty of this dependence in that I cannot tell you how many times I’ve …

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