Book Reviews…

My Journal book series special offer“I have not finished the first volume. But I am 3/4 of the way through. This is a great book. Knowing the author, and seeing how he has written about the many events happening now, I am thoroughly enjoying this read. The story is literally ripped from the headlines. It has kept my interest through every page. I feel the same anger and anguish that the protagonist feels as he watches it all fall apart. The process he describes in his journal is very plausible. Slow decline followed by accelerating events. The tactics are solid. I kept thinking, ‘That is exactly what I would do.’ Seems like a blueprint of how it will happen, and more than that, how it affects people but more particularly how it affects the author.  Y’all are going to really enjoy this.”  Kevin, Special Forces Instructor

“I just finished the book!! Amazing read, loved it!” GM, San Diego

“For those still deciding whether or not they should get the book, let me help you out with the decision. I have completed the book and loved it. I can’t wait for book two because the first book leaves you hanging, and wanting to know more of the story. This book talks about a man and his wife, and their friends and their families surviving the final days of our country. The events that happen in the book progress in a logical and believable manner. I could see the collapse we are about to live through happening in much the same manner described in the story. There is also a lot of prepping and tactical tips in the book that apply directly to our day. They are definitely helpful ideas that we have come to expect and appreciate [his blog]. So if you enjoy a good story with some helpful facts mixed in the book, get your copy ordered now. You won’t be disappointed.” Steve, Arizona

“There’s so much to like about your story & the value it adds to my thinking and planning. While it has entertainment value, I’ve gained more information and ‘vicarious’ wisdom. (Kinda like watching a close Amigo touch a red hot stove)! By going through this experience with ‘Tim’ we can all imagine our own situations, and think about what we would do & should be doing, as these events actually begin to unfold and surround us.”  OB

“This is a very well written novel that could be a glimpse of our very near future here in America. The author draws on a lifetime of his experiences working in emergency management and writes a very exciting page turner. The characters are well developed and you just can’t wait to read each journal entry to see what happens next. He takes you through the preparations of his “group” and how they prepare for what a lot of us are fearing: The collapse of society and the fall of the government. The collapse comes, in a very believable way, and forces the group to bug out of the suburb they live in without letting anyone else know what or where they’re going.”  LCB

Special Offer for My Journal books I am offering my first two books, softcover edition; My Journal – Surviving the Collapse and My Journal – Going Home for sale for $30.00

Along with the books I will sign each book and include a “dedication” if requested. Shipping will be free; USPS Priority Mail. And, I will include a $5.00 off coupon for the softcover version of the upcoming preparedness manuals. Along with the $5.00 coupon I will also include a free PDF version of the purchased preparedness manual.

For $30.00 –

  • Two signed softcover versions of My Journal $30
  • eBook version of each My Journal books
  • Free Priority shipping.
  • Dedications for each book upon request.
  • $5.00 off coupon for upcoming preparedness manuals.
  • Free PDF version of each purchased preparedness manual.

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