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Alex Newton has been actively involved in Emergency and Disaster Preparedness since 2006, although his decision to become a "prepper" began forming in his mind during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Stuck in downtown Chicago, Alex realized just how unprepared he was for any major emergency or disaster.
Alex enjoys speaking to people about prepping and discussing the need for such actions. Ever the fan of horror movies, Alex decided to combine his love of Zombies with his desire to help people realize the importance of Emergency and Disaster planning.
Alex is the owner of "planandprep.com", one of the highest rated prepping blogs online, where he posts articles about survival, current events, popular survival television shows and many other subjects. Alex's articles and quotes have been featured on many major websites including CNN.
Alex currently resides in Indiana with his wife, Sara, and his three children.
Wasn't that great of a read. Feels like a less-compelling version of Max Brooks' Survival guide. It was pretty hard to get in to.Published 12 months ago by K. Suter
it was free and an easy read. I wouldn't say I learned anything but it gave me a laugh. hahaPublished 13 months ago by Nick
The zombies will come at some time, maybe soon or in far future. Either way, this has gobs of good advice in detail to help you think about the situations you may find yourself in,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by A. Jones
This is an entertaining introduction to disaster survival.
It includes preparedness and strategies for a variety of
scenarios. Read more
This was actually a very informative book and took on the "zombie apocalypse" from a fantasy thriller to a "this could actually happen". Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mark A. Reich
Great book full of useful tips you can apply to everyday life. Great read and full of useful knowledge you can apply to multiple scenariosPublished 15 months ago by martinh7882
It is an easy guide to preparation for natural disasters. Sometimes it feel a little paranoiac, but I think in general is OK.Published 15 months ago by José M. Guevara