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  • The Survival Medicine Handbook by Joe Alton, M.D. and
    Amy Alton, A.R.N.P. The Survival Medicine Handbook,
    pictured above left, is a $39.99 value, and will help you
    stay ready for any disaster where medical help is NOT on
    the way. This ebook is free for anyone who has Prime
    membership.

  • Survival Bushcraft Guide, by Scott Colter. A Beginners
    Prepping Guide to Survive a Disaster in the Wilderness
    (Prepper SHTF Urban Survival Preparedness). Pictured top
    right, this guide is free if you have Kindle Unlimited,
    ohterwise it's still a great price at $2.99 to buy.

  • Get out of Dodge Prepping to Leave Your Home and Bug
    Out During a Disaster by Jason Ryder Adams. This new
    guide, Get Out of Dodge, discusses what you need to know
    about prepping to "bug out" or evacuate, if you need to
    leave your home during a disaster. In this book, pictured
    above, center, you'll find a number of easy-to-read, short
    chapters to help you start making your GOOD ("get out of
    Dodge") plan. It's free to anyone who has Kindle Unlimited.

  • Prepper's Guide to Bartering - 50 things to barter with
    in a disaster by Wulfe Dixon. Prepper's Guide to Bartering
    discloses, how to trade each item, when to trade each
    item, how to store each item and the many uses of each
    item beyond the obvious. Just 35-pages, this important
    free guide will also show you why you should have these
    essential items. This ebook is free for anyone who has
    Kindle Unlimited.


  • Preparedness and Survival Guide for Beginners: Super
    storm Sandy ripped up the eastern seaboard of the United
    States, leaving death and destruction in its path. While
    everyone knew the storm's path, and when it would strike,
    people and the community as a whole were caught off
    guard by the devastation. Super storm sandy provides an
    example of why preparing for the worst-case scenario is
    the prudent path to take. Pictured above right, you need
    Preparedness and Survival Guide for beginners if you're new
    to prepping, and this guide is free if you have Kindle
    Unlimited.

Free prepper fiction books

  • Bugout Bag Guide, by K.C. Stephens is not just a "how to
    book," though the title would have you thinking otherwise.
    It's half fiction and half prepper guide. Bugout Bag Guide is
    a fun read. Did you know that there are 104 functioning
    nuclear reactors in the USA, and did you know that nearly 1
    out of every 3 people in the U.S. live within 50 miles of at
    least one of them? If you do live within 50 miles, you need
    to know that in an emergency meltdown situation, people
    as far away as 50 miles may be asked to evacuate. The
    danger here is with radiation poisoning, and if a power
    plant leaks enough of a radiation cloud and you are
    affected by it, it can be a very ugly way to spend your last
    days on Earth! Pictured right, it's available on Kindle
    Unlimited.

  • Primal shift (part one: collapse) by Griffin Hayes: While
    the story in Primal Shift deals with the collapse of society
    and the resulting chaos that ensues, it was never intended
    to act as a manual for surviving the apocalypse. There are
    plenty of books about ex-military types with basements
    brimming with dried goods, waiting impatiently for the end
    of the world to arrive. Pictured above right.

  • Since the Sirens by E.E. Isherwood: If you're looking for a
    zombie story where the heroes are normal people with
    integrity, hope and faith, then this is the novel for you.
    Since the Sirens is a full-length novel and can be read as a
    standalone story. It doesn't end with a cliffhanger. Books 2-
    5 continue the story but are optional reading beyond this
    first volume. Anything can happen once the zombies get in,
    so cliffhangers might splash into those books. Be prepared!
    Pictured left.

  • Deadly Straits: The Ultimate Terrorist Attack (A Tom
    Dugan Thriller). Deadly Straights, right, is a book about
    Weapons of Mass Destruction, which are all around us,
    hiding in plain sight, will have you on the edge of your
    seat. In just the right place, one weapon of mass
    destruction will bring the world to its knees. When a cabal
    of international terrorists engineers not one act of terror,
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    Dugan is the only one with a clue.  But no one will listen.
    They’re too busy trying to kill him. Enjoy this gripping
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Free Prepper Cook Books and Food Storage Guides

  • Home canning step by step guide (Second Edition) by
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    methods of treatment: the boiling water bath and the
    pressure canning methods. You will find a list of essential
    equipment and the detailed steps for a successful canning
    experience in the Home Canning step by step guide. It
    includes all the essential information to make your first
    small jars in a safe and enjoyable way.

Free Prepping and Survival books

  • The Survival Tin: The Survival Kit You Can Carry in Your
    Pocket by M. Anderson. Carrying a survival tin will
    drastically up your chances of survival if you're caught
    outside your home when disaster strikes. Learn the key
    things to include in your survival tin. Pictured at the
    bottom of the page, The Survival Pocket Tin will get you
    started on creating the ultimate everyday carry for your
    pocket.

  • Lessons From Past Floods by Julia L. Wright. Learn how to
    prepare for a flood or any natural disaster in Lessons from
    Past Floods, also pictured right.. A guide for how to
    prepare for an evacuation, this eBook covers flood
    insurance, risk assessment, safety precautions, and
    specifically what to do during a flood event. Learn from
    flood stories from the Manitou Springs, Colorado floods in
    the late 1990s.

  • The Poor Man's Prepping Guide: How to Prepare for
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    with tips and tricks, The PoorMan's Prepping Guide, shows
    you how to slowly but surely build up a respectable cache
    of food and supplies even while living paycheck to
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  • Confessions Of A Prepper: How To Secure Your Home,
    Protect Your Family, And Survive Any Disaster by B.J.
    Knights (borrow for free from your Kindle). With more than
    7000 downloads, this eBook tells all about how to survive
    common natural disasters, unlikely worst case scenarios
    such as terrorism, and even economic collapse.
    Confessions of a Prepper is free if you have Kindle
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  • Practical Prepping: Be Ready For Disaster Without
    Driving Yourself Crazy, by Marcus Duke. Be ready for
    disaster without driving yourself crazy. Get quick advice on
    how to do prepare your go bag, food storage, and
    replenishing your supplies, as well as a starter on canning
    and preserving Food. Learn about prepping on a budget and
    about solar power from the author of Survival 101.

Free Homesteading eBooks

  • Victory Garden - Victory Garden Guide for Self
    Sufficiency and Self Sufficient Living by Zachar Carver.
    History’s biggest and deadleast food shortage is upon us!
    The Survivalist Victory Garden Guide, pictured right is free
    if you have Kindle Unlimited. In the shadows of store
    shelves around the world is hidden a group of sinister
    manipulators putting on a full court press to destroy the
    nutritional value of foods. And with that the total
    destruction of your health.Did you know that a study
    released by the International Journal of Biological Sciences
    shows that GMOs are linked to organ failure? You'll need
    the Victory Garden Guide so you can learn how to be
    organically self-sufficient in a GMO co-dependent world.

  • Seed Saving for the Organic Gardener by Martin
    Anderson. Seed saving for the Organic Gardener reveals the
    key difference between hybrid and open-pollinated seeds,
    the difference between organic and heirloom seeds; and
    the special handling of plants you plan on harvesting
    heirloom seeds. Get details on artichokes, asparagus,
    broccoli, carrots, flowers, corn, strawberries, cucumbers,
    melons and more.

  • Off The Grid Hydroponics - No Power Needed by Jon
    Woodward ($0.00 includes free wireless delivery via
    Amazon Whispernet). Explains the Kratky method of
    hydroponics, method of growing plants in a nutrient
    solution, but with  air stone and roots mostly submerged in
    the solution.

  • Herb Gardens Made Easy: A Simple Step-by-Step Guide
    to Growing Your Own Herbs Sarah Laird-McVeigh ($0.00
    includes free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet).
    From planning and designing an herb garden to planting,
    maintaining, pruning, harvesting and drying herbs, it's
    everything you need to know to grow herbs in your kitchen
    windowsill or outdoors in your garden.

  • Backyard Chickens: The Beginner's Guide to Raising and
    Caring for Backyard Chickens by Rashelle Johnson.
    Borrow this book for free on Kindle. Raising chickens is
    easy, but it's all too easy to make costly mistakes when
    you're first getting started. This 77-page book takes most
    of the guesswork out of raising backyard chickens.

  • Homesteading for Beginners by Scott Aaron. This self-
    sufficiency guide, pictured immediate right, inspires you to
    grow your own food, repair your own home, raise livestock,
    generate your own energy, and more.

  • A Vehicle Survival Kit You Can Live With (Practical
    Survival Series Book 9), by Tony Nester.  With field-
    tested gear and methods in case you break down in the
    wilds or on the highway, this guide provides an extensive
    look at the essential recovery, survival and emergency
    items that every traveler should carry.


  • The Only Book of Essential Oils that You'll Ever Need:
    Your Guide to Creating A Natural Medicine Cabinet
    (Essential Oils for Beginners - Essential oils). Creating your
    own brand and flavor of essential oils is important to your
    well being, and this guide explains it all. Not only does it
    include essential oils for dogs, but also is a great guide on
    the proper application techniques.

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