Joe Nobody Surviving Doomsday

Joe’s books are available here, here and here

Joe’s thoughts about my book “31 Days to Survival” on

I have been a fan of M.D.’s blog since before I wrote my first book. The fact that someone practices what they preach adds creditability. This is a great book for those just starting out in the self-reliance lifestyle. Clear, professional and well structured.


  1. Tactical G-Ma says:

    Love your books!

  2. Just Brad says:

    With you guys, enjoy the books!

  3. axelsteve says:

    I haven`t read any of his books. His interview makes me think that they would be worth reading. After reading m.D.~s books of course.

    • Tactical G-Ma says:

      It’s been a while since I read them but I value Holding Your Ground and Without Rule of Law in my library. Both are non-fiction and I consider among the best defense books.
      I have not read any of his fiction yet but I heard it is good. I believe I need to go back and reread the non-fiction books on defense strategy. May need skills some day soon.

  4. Carolina Blue says:

    Joe Nobody’s prepper fiction books are very good. So glad MD got his endorsement for this site.


  5. J Stuart says:

    Joe Nobody wrote a great book on carbines, The Home Schooled Shootist. M.D. Creekmore is tops in the preparedness category of my book collection.

    • Tactical G-Ma says:

      J Stuart
      I agree whole heartedly.
      Comparing MD to Joe is like apples and oranges.
      31 Days to Survival is #1 in prepping while Joe’s addresses guerrilla warfare and tactics at the domestic level. I have not read the book on carbines.
      These are definitely the core of my preparedness library.

  6. Encourager says:

    I really enjoyed his fiction books.

  7. Great Books! Just finished the last one. Thanks