Prepping & Survival Books

Book Festival and Giveaway: An Interview with James Mushen

Book Festival and Giveaway: An Interview with James Mushen

Today I share the third author interview in the Backdoor Survival Book Festival. James Mushen, the the author of Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets & Parents: Disaster Survival for the Family, shares his answers to my questions and is also providing one of my readers with a free copy of his book.

How to Score Free Homesteading, Self-Reliance and Survival eBooks on Amazon

How to Score Free Homesteading, Self-Reliance and Survival eBooks on Amazon

If you are a Facebook user, you know that I frequently post links to free Kindle e-books on Amazon. Many of these books are short, 100 pages or less, guides with advice on homesteading, making stuff, self-reliance and basic survival. Granted, some are better than others but heck, free is free.

Tips for finding free eBooks on Amazon and how to read them if you do not own a Kindle.

Book Festival and Giveaway: An Interview with Lance Long

Book Festival and Giveaway: An Interview with Lance Long

Today I share the second author interview in the Backdoor Survival Book Festival.

Lance Long, the the author of BOCA CHITA: Prepare-Escape-Survive shares his answers to my questions and is also providing one of my readers with a free copy of his book.

Book Festival & Giveaway: An Interview with Max Velocity

Book Festival & Giveaway: An Interview with Max Velocity

Today I am pleased to share the first author interview in the Backdoor Survival Book Festival. Max Velocity, the author of Contact!: A Tactical Manual for Post Collapse Survival has kindly answered some questions for the The Survival Woman and is also providing one of my readers with a free copy of his book.

Backdoor Survival Prepper Book Festival #1

Backdoor Survival Prepper Book Festival #1

Here in the Pacific Northwest, our extended Summer has finally made it’s exit leaving us with gray skies and cloudy weather. For better or for worse, Fall has rushed in and for those of us with web’ed feet (the duck kind, not the internet kind), Fall gives us a break from outdoor activities and a chance to curl up around the fireplace with a good book. Of course for preppers, a good book is usually one that has to do with survival skills or the survival experience.

As luck would have it, I have a nice stack of books all ready to go. Most have been sent to me by author’s for review but a few I have acquired on my own. Being true to my word, I have culled out the losers (and there were some), and present for you my Backdoor Survival Fall Reading List.