The best advice I can give.
Stop giving a shit about getting likes on social media!
I know this may sound counter productive to selling my book.
However, I’m under no illusion of how few books I would sell on my literary journey.
(according to all my hate mail, and the book being banned by a 7,000 member Facebook survival group, I know it’s most defiantly not a book for everyone. Especially if you have no sense of humor)
“I assure you that this book will not be on the New York Times best seller list.”
It was never intended to be.
It was designed to be a slap-in-the-face reality check that could be read in less than 45 minutes when you find yourself in a SHTF situation.
Get away from the internet and get busy.
“Here’s the 5 best pieces of advice I can give someone.”
1. My best advice is to put your time and energy into having some cash on hand when the current credit mechanism of buying goods and services shuts down, banks temporarily shut their doors and ATM’s are empty.
A new monetary system will be put in place by the powers that be. What that will be is anybodies guess. You just need to get through that period of time where the current system is not operating.
2. My best advice is to have a short and long term food plan. I recommend you buy a couple extra items of what you already use in your house when you go to the grocery store. Invest, yes invest in putting up some meals in a jar.
Even if it’s just a tomato plant or radishes. The time to learn how to do this is not after a disaster.
3. Get together with a Disaster Buddy or two and work up a mutual assistance plan to help each other out in a disaster or emergency. Grow this into a small mutual assistance group. Establish a communication system with your Disaster Buddy/Group.
4. Have a way to store or acquire and purify water.
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Or make one yourself using this new filter system.
5. Have a means to defend yourself. Firearms are an insanely and hotly debated topic in the prepper/survival community.
I always say to get the best gun you can afford for the environment you are in.
Ok! I know that sounds like I’m side stepping the “best gun” advice for you gun nuts, so I’ll tell you what I would prefer if I could only have one gun.
It would be a Savage Model 24. That’s a single shot, rifle shotgun combo. I’d want a .22 caliber rifle barrel with a 20 gauge shotgun barrel.
That would suit my needs for my lifestyle and environment. You may have different needs and live in a more hostile environment and require a different tool.
The last thing I’ll advise is for you to immediately get my book.
Even with advanced warning of an impending winter storm or hurricane, the News routinely shows people running, last minute to the store for basic supplies. Humans for the most part, are unprepared, reactionary creatures and store shelves don’t hold enough supplies for everyone.
When people suddenly need life saving knowledge on survival, and warfare, they’re going to be desperately scrambling for that information.
This book covers those controversial, real world subjects you never think about unless you live in a war zone or an underdeveloped country. It pushes your mind into an uncomfortable way of thinking.
It’s stripped down to quickly deliver the reader information on topics such as how the criminal element will conduct their reign of terror. It covers how to pick a winning survival team, how to prepare for a stay at a FEMA camp, what to expect in a 100 mile traffic jam and what it takes to be a post apocalyptic scavenger. It also provides a list of post collapse professions that ensure you’re essential to a grid down community. Plus a whole lot more.
The SHTF Art of War. You can get it immediately with no waiting on KINDLE.