John Wesley Smith at DestinySurvival recently wrote a 2 part survival book review of “When There is No FEMA” to accompany the 2 part interview on his radio show. I was very impressed with the level of professionalism with which he conducted the interview and the attention to detail with which he wrote his review. Thanks to John for the fantastic opportunity to share my story and my book.
Surviving a Disaster When FEMA Isn’t There–Part 1
You’ve no doubt heard public service ads telling us to have a three day kit on hand with food and survival supplies in case of a disaster. But what if something major comes along that makes Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy look puny? What do we do about surviving a disaster when FEMA isn’t there for days or weeks? Or not at all? And how do we face a prolonged economic collapse?
Many of us realize that 72 hours worth of prepping supplies is the bare minimum. How about setting aside enough for three weeks or even three months? How do we get started with that? Read More…
Surviving a Disaster When FEMA Isn’t There–Part 2
This week’s DestinySurvival Radio featured the conclusion of my two part conversation with Richard Bryant, author of When There is No FEMA. Rich’s book is meant to provide comprehensive, detailed information to help us as preppers survive a disaster when FEMA isn’t there.
What if something major comes along that dwarfs Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy? What do we do when FEMA isn’t going to be there for days or weeks? Or what if they’re not going to be there at all? Read More…