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Survival Preppers Doomsday Survival Checklist: Prepare Professional Survival & First Aid Kits for Your Home, Bunker, Auto, Work, and Bug-Out Bag Paperback – January 25, 2015
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From the Author
No one knows when the next big disaster will occur, but I can help you get ready to survive it, if you'll let me! I'm David Presnell. I'm a prepper, a survivalist, and a survival author. I inherited it! When I started studying wilderness survival over 40 years ago, the few survival books that existed told me how to trap, skin, and cook a bear, or had a paragraph or two on rubbing sticks together to make a fire. Not much use today, if you live in a city. In 2003, with a feeling disaster was approaching, I began researching and testing modern survival skills.
The first edition of "Survive Until The End Comes" was published in 2011. But there was so much more I needed to provide the modern prepper and the modern survivalist. I continued survival research and testing, learning what works and what won't. I released the much improved second edition of "Survive Until The End Comes" in 2013 and the "Bug Out Bag Edition" in 2014 and the all new "Survival Preppers Doomsday Survival Checklist" in 2015. These books provide the knowledge and skills you need to survive just about anything for the long-term.
I have been a prepper and survivalist my entire life. It was etched into me from birth. My parents grew up in the worst of the Great Depression. They struggled through some of the most difficult hardships humans could imagine; yes right here in America. They didn't know the meaning of the words prepper and survivalist. They called prepping "stocking up for a rainy day". Their survival slogan was "waste not, want not"!
They stockpiled everything... canned, frozen, dried, pickled, cured, and smoked homegrown food. They kept shelves full of store-bought items the farm could not provide. They owned underground tanks full of gasoline, diesel, kerosene, heating oil. Our family traded and bartered everything from cattle and timber to hides and ginseng. Mom had candles, oil lamps, and a modern wood cook stove for when the power went out.
I was part of it all. Had to be! Learned to shoot a rifle and set traps about the same time I learned to ride a bicycle. We killed three hogs and two or three steers every year. We hunted wild game, trapped for hides, fished for trout, dug ginseng, picked wild berries and herbs, picked and preserved apples from our own small orchard. We learned about mountain and Native American herbal medicine, too.
I became a paramedic in my younger years and worked for a large county medical rescue unit. This completed the skills I needed to survive almost anything. Over the past 40 years, I have researched, mastered, and tested most of the wilderness survival skills of the old timers, including the Native Americans. In 2003, it occurred to me that knowing how to knap flint into an arrowhead would be of no use immediately after a doomsday event such as nuclear war.
The need for real world survival information in a modern age was just not available. I present to you "Survival Preppers Doomsday Survival Checklist". I truly hope doomsday never comes in our lifetimes, but just in case does, I hope you are prepared!
I want you to scroll up and get your copy now to secure your future!
About the Author
David lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. He is a business owner, researcher, creative technical writer, teacher, and survivor.
David has been writing for over 40 years. A few of his past writing experiences include the development of "Operating Plans for Emergency Response to Disasters" (1980), "Managing Editor of a Regional Newspaper" (1981), Technical Writer for "Electronic Servicing & Technology Magazine" (CQ Communications Inc. 1994 - 1997), Author of "Professional Macintosh Repair" (Prompt Publications 1997), Editor of "The Mountain Trader Magazine" (since 1984), Author of "Survive Until The End Comes" (2013), "Survive Until The end Comes Bug-Out-Bag Edition (2013), Author of Presnell's Comprehensive Professional Wedding Photographers Sales & Marketing System" (2014), Author of Survival Preppers Doomsday Survival Checklist (2015).
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