Today, I am excited to announce the official launch of my new book – The Prepper’s Guide to Surviving the End of the World, as We Know It: Gear, Skills, and Related Know-How. I have been working on this for months and feel that it is one of the best prepper resources available.
It’s common knowledge (to anyone with a brain and commons sense) that the world that we live in can be thrown into chaos at any moment by economic collapse, electromagnetic pulse, viral pandemic or any number of other dangers that can strike at any time… Even the federal government suggests everyone have a “survival kit” however, they only recommend three-day to a one week supply of essential items, which is not sufficient to protect you and your family from what is coming.
However, where do you start? With The Prepper’s Guide to Surviving the End of the World, as We Know It: Gear, Skills, and Related Know-How.
As a prepper you don’t have the time to take the trial and error approach, you need help from someone who’s done it all before and can show you how what you need and the skills to use it all correctly, right from the start. This will save you both time and money and help you get prepared now for what is coming – there is no time to waste.
In this book, published author and prepping consultant M.D. Creekmore (who is a prepper with over 20 years’ experience) guides you through every step needed to become a master prepper. Not only will you learn what you need to stockpile and how much (it is not what you think) but you will also learn essential survival skills that could save your life.
The latest book offered by M. D. Creekmore is called The Prepper’s Guide to Surviving The End of the World as We Know. This useful guide quickly and easily covers the full range of essentials in stockpiling and equipment from water, food, and tools to medicine, communications and weapons.
It’s a 176-page book that it is chock full of really good advice about the most important areas. A big benefit of such an accessible book is to get a quick overview of essential preparedness so you can see where you might have gaps in your own setup. No single book can cover everything in complete detail so this “primer” includes recommended reference books in each topic–all of which appear to be practical, useful books for rounding out your reference library.
Within his guidelines are a few nuggets of in-depth reviews, like his personal experience with hand grain grinders and animal traps. We were glad to see the he got water purification issue right: he first recommends filters and only reluctantly chemicals.
I would probably have done the medical section a bit differently, but at least, he does mention natural and alternative remedies and sources. Most people forget about preparing for dental problems and he mentions some good options there. His comprehensive coverage of what makes a good Bug Out Bag is worth the price of the book alone, and comes complete with pictures of the type of gear he uses to prepare for a quick exit.
This is an excellent guide for everyone. He adds a lot of practical, tactical advice to his lists which is very valuable even if you are advanced in your preparations. It is nice to “compare notes” with other experts. The book is rooted in practical advice and is quite motivating because of the concise way he cuts through the clutter of unknowns.
Highly recommended – Joel Skousen – worldaffairsbrief.com
Take the Guesswork out of Prepping
The Prepper’s Guide to Surviving the End of the World, as We Know It will take the guesswork out of prepping and it’s perfect for you if you are:
- Time-poor: You don’t have time for guesswork and dead-ends…
- Action-oriented: You want to do, not just read about prepping…
- Focused: You understand that this is literally a matter of life and death…
- Astute: You’re not looking for the easy way out but for hard-core practical prepping advice…
- Human: You don’t want to feel overwhelmed or frustrated and need a step-by-step plan with a strict budget in mind…
- Determined: You are determined to be as prepared and self-reliant as possible. You are determined to survive no matter the disaster and will take the next step…
Step-by-Step Advice to Save Hours of Time and Endless Frustration
By the time you’re finished this eBook will have helped you:
- Understand why you need to prepare… backed up by facts and not alarmist propaganda.
- Stockpile your pantry with the foods you really need… and don’t worry, you’ll never have to worry about those foods spoiling or wasting anything ever again.
- Get set up to supply all of your water needs… and since water is so important you’ll also learn not only how to store and where, but how to find water out in the wild as well as how to make it safe to drink no matter where you are. You’ll even learn how to make urine drinkable.
- Stockpile the tools, weapons, and gear that you really need… with color photos and lists to make it all as straightforward as possible – again saving you time, money and frustration.
- Understand what medical emergencies you need to prepare for… complete with detailed lists of needed first-aid supplies and medicines that you’ll need.
- Understand communications and what types of radios are best… all in basic easy to understand non-technical terms.
What’s in this eBook?
Thirteen simple, practical chapters, distills M.D. Creekmore’s prepping methods that he has tried and perfected over the course of twenty plus years of prepping, all using simple and cost-effective techniques that will allow you to reach your prepping goals in the easiest, shortest, and most cost-effective way possible.
Why I Prep
Water: Drink or Die
The Preppers Food Storage Pantry
Tools for Cooking and Processing Your Food Storage
Essential Survival Gear and Tools
Your Bug Out Bag
Tools for Self-Defense and Foraging
Urban Survival Considerations
Alternative Power (the simple and cheap way)
Self-Sufficiency: The Key to Long-Term Survival
How to Defend Your Home And Retreat Against Attack
This is a Practical Guide to Achieve Your Prepping Goals
No Matter Where you Currently are With Your Preps – This Practical Guide Will Help You Improve upon and to Reach Your Prepping Goals no Matter What They Might Be…
More Reader Reviews
Where to begin? Well, those who know me personally and even those familiar with my own books and magazine articles all have a pretty good idea about my perpetual appetite for survival-related information, and nowadays we sure do find a plethora of books, videos, magazines, and websites from a growing list of survival experts devoted to this realm, don’t we? I am especially impressed with this new resource from this long-time prepper, author, and blogger MD Creekmore, and one area where I think it ascends higher than most other available prepper resources is in the comprehensive scope of it.
This new book is so loaded with valuable long-term survival preparation ideas and common sense as to make it a godsend resource for every prepper’s library in my humble opinion. To mention just some of the topics discussed, it addresse some of the author’s reasons for prepping, water purification and water storage, food storage and other food considerations, urban gardening, raising chickens and other animals, self-defense and emergency tactical cosniderations after a societal collapse (with a brief and thoughtful overview of survival firearms), medical considerations, an in-depth discussion on bug-out bags and weighing the options of bugging out vs hunkering down, prepper communications, animal trapping, edible wild plants, bartering, long-term survival tools and gear, and plenty more.
From this book, I have learned things like which two-way radios are most suitable for which types of communications and which types of traps are most suitable for harvesting specific kinds of animals, among so many other useful tidbits I’m sure I’ll think of after I post this review. I intend to re-read it several times and keep it for reference. I’ve been looking for a book like this for quite a while, and now finally here it is. No way I can avoid going five stars on it. – James Ballou
Random prepping advice is easy to find, however, good advice is much more difficult – and can cost you a fortune in wasted time and money…. Don’t let that happen to you…