Southern author, Ron Foster has shared his vast knowledge in a large library of books about survival and preparedness, both fiction and nonfiction. He is best known for his “prepper fiction”- a genre that he coined. Even his fiction books are loaded with survival and self sufficiency techniques that one can learn from. Ron Roster’s knowledge in his field is extensive and has well prepared him for writing about survival in a post-apocalyptic world, where society has broken down.
What if the Darkness isn’t just the lights going out?
In the modern world everyone has heard tales of Dragons, Faeries and other mystical creatures but no one believes anymore. But Witches? Now there’s a different story. Everybody has an eccentric aunt or knows that oddball on the edge of town that people go to for answers to questions no one wants to ask.
Among the Witches, there’s a group known as the Gifted and the Warriors who protect them. Aidan is one of those Warriors and he, along with his Witch Keela, have stood against Evil far more times than they care to count.
There has always been a group of Gifted Witches and Warriors that stood united against Evil, but this time, when the forces of Evil decide to up the ante and take down the entire world, could it be only Aidan and Keela standing against them?
Will one Gifted Witch and her battered Warrior be enough to stop the Apocalypse?
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Steven Sheeley lives in Washington state with his daughter and 2 dogs. He learned about risks of a apocalyptic scenario while in the US Navy. He was an E6 on both Fast Attack Submarines and Missile Subs as well. The first book of the series is due out at the end of 2014 and there are nine planned in total. He is also outlining a second series entitled Children of Sanctuary
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What the world dreads most has happened – a mutated avian flu pandemic has ravaged the global population. Whether accidental or intentional, only two percent of the population has survived. In the Pacific Northwest, a dying mother recognizes that her young child is among the immune. What will she do to ensure his survival before her own death? Meanwhile, as natural predators invade urban areas, Graham has buried his last remaining family member and promised to carry out his father’s advice to make it to the family cabin. He meets with triumph and tragedy learning new rules along the way. Just when he thinks he’s finally got a handle on this new world, he’s taken by surprise, as he learns he’s not alone. A hidden community of Preppers are nearby. Will he find the strength to escape these dangers and go on living? And more importantly, will he have the ability to protect those he’s come to trust?
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The Flotilla series is a dystopian fiction story in which a messed-up teen named Jim is thrown into the ocean, literally and figuratively, to become both a survivor and a hero. Jim leaves an addiction rehab center to join his father, Rick, aboard an experimental colony off the Los Angeles coast raising fish through the process of mariculture (open-sea fish farming).
The tension explodes when a terrorist attack hits nearby Los Angeles. Jim and his sister are safe for the moment aboard the Colony but Rick is drafted and taken ashore. Now the kids are left helpless to deal with angry drug dealers, pirates and crooked cops. Will Jim be able save himself and his sister? Is doing the right thing always the right choice?
This is a whirlwind adventure over two summers that paints a vivid picture of adventure and hardship. It is also a deeply moving look at the impact of sustainable technology on some hilariously dysfunctional, flawed characters. Readers are finding Flotilla to be a stirring coming-of-age tale that brings together fathers and sons and conquers loss through courage and inner strength.
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“Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse” is a feature length comedy about a struggling comedy duo who discover that surviving the apocalypse is almost as difficult as surviving in Hollywood. It’s like one of those old Hope and Crosby “Road” movies meets Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road.” But funnier.
Abundant Future is the website for the author of The Wayward Journey, Nathan Hale Jefferson and a source of information on how to best prepare and protect yourself from the innumerable dangers in the world.
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If it has something to do with the apocalypse / post-apocalypse you’ll probably find it here. Book & movie reviews, alternative news, and sharing my experiences as a new prepper while learning about self-reliance skills are just some of the things you’ll find here.
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