Our wonderful fellow blogger Wendy Brown at Happily Home got published. A big HUZZAH to her! She wrote a thrivalist's guide to life without oil, "Surviving the Apocalypse in the Suburbs."
She graciously sent me a copy for review.
I read it quickly, as I tend to read. The book is full of great tips, trials and successes. She gives you scenarios to think about, what if. . . what if the teotwawki was only 21 days away?
Surviving the Apocalypse helps guide suburban and urban preppers and steaders in their first and continuing steps at being as self sufficient as possible in a limited arena. If you are just starting out I highly recommend this book as a guide. If you are an old hat, it will help to serve as a reminder.
The chapters are broken down to help digest the what-nots of suburban survival. From Fire to Livestock. From Health care to Networking.
It is limited in information, however that is true for most homesteading and preparedness books, and should be incorporated into your private library. It is well written and witty, and although I don't agree on all the philosophy and opinions stated in the book, I still believe that is was well thought out.
I do recommend this book.
Now to win your very own copy, tell me, will you survive the zombie invasion?
Extra points for details that make me cringe ~insert evil laugh here~
Contest opened to all for 1 week.