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.
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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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UnchainedPreppers will strive to collect, disseminate and archive self-reliant information to enable like-minded people to become more independent in their daily lives and for any natural or man-made disaster in the future. This will be accomplished through:
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– Help UnchainedPreppers to throw off the chains of reliance we have allowed to gather around our everyday lives.
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In one day, the world succumbed to a pestilence that decimated the living. In its place rose a new species: vicious, gruesome, wandering zombies with an insatiable hunger for the living. There is no government, no shelter.
Still in her twenties, Cash has watched her friends die, only to walk again. An office worker with few survival skills, she joins up with Clutch, a grizzled Army veteran with PTSD. Together, they flee the city and struggle through the nine circles of hell, with nothing but Clutch’s military experience and Cash’s determination to kill scrum. As they fight to survive in the zombie inferno, they quickly discover that nowhere is safe from the undead…or the living.
ZombieLyptic.com is a community consisting of members that want to prepared for any and all types of disasters. Our members come from various backgrounds of all walks of life. Some of our members are active military, retired military, firefighters, paramedics and law enforcement officers. Although we might have different opinions regarding this or that, we all share one thing in common which is the recognition of the need to be prepared for unforeseen disasters.
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Stephen R. Cox writes the post-apocalyptic action adventure series, MUTANT HUNTER. All three books published to date feature covers and illustrations by renowned artist Michael Whelan. Cox’s website features background, covers, additional art, book excerpts, photographs and links to Amazon. Links to Facebook and Whelan’s site are also included. News regarding Cox’s fourth book in the series, THE SKIN BAGS, will be posted on the site as the story evolves.
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Adding to this is news from the wasteland on games, media, art, and more. Plus free post-apoc movies once a month, web series, and on Saturdays — Post-Apoc Babes!
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Information about the upcoming novel series, Up From the Depths, an apocalyptic/zombie/horror genre plus other basic information about preparedness, survival and interviews with other authors that write in this genre.
The Girls Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse is a group blog of female writers and artists sharing their assorted wisdom on how best to approach the end of the world. Mixing cocktails, an armaggedon playlist and articles and art on everything from what shoes are best in a zombie attack to digging for when the canned goods run out.
Wasteland 101 is here to bring you the most raw, unfiltered glimpse into life in the wasteland. If you’re new to this god forsaken, desolate landscape, look no further. We’re here to provide you with all the useless information the worldwide wasteland has to offer.
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Five people set out to escape the Undead who have risen too close to home.
Join the emotional and physical struggle as they began on the third day after the awakening of Brooks VanReit, as they are recorded from the point of view of Julie, a former pathologist and part-time survivalist.
Each entry is geared toward helping those who want to help themselves and maybe give a few that don’t a swift kick in the ass.
Join our group of survivors on their journey through these Days with the Undead.
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It is a story of ordinary people with extraordinary resolve, who, by their wills and wits alone, rise above the devastation to fashion a new world from the smoldering ashes of the old.
Travel with our champions in this superbly crafted tale of adventure as they seek to establish a new life, refusing to relinquish their freedom or humanity amidst the unprecedented chaos and renaissance of the post-End War environment.
Having survived the Great Purging and its aftermath, they cling to life, to one another, and to all that is cherished by the enlightened mind while navigating a gauntlet of conscienceless villains, hell bent on wreaking further havoc, motivated by a twisted desire to rule their fellows by force.
While the brutal realities of a post apocalyptic future are not easily endured, this remains fundamentally a story of hope, honor, and redemption—and of the triumph of the heart, even when faced with the most dire of circumstances.
Welcome then to the future—After The Fall…
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John Phillip Backus: American science fiction, adventure fiction, and children’s fiction writer and storyteller. Author of the After The Fall post-apocalyptic series, Jen of Earth – The Dorian Chronicles; Spirit of the Rainforest, The Wilderness Chronicles; Fireside Tales of High Adventure in the Far North Country, and creator of the Happy Hippo, Mean Wigglin, and It’s Everybody’s Wire children’s tales. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on December 30th, 1952 to Donald Eugene Backus and Mary Aideena (Lee) Backus, as the second of six children of Scotch-English and Native American descent. In the Author’s Forward in Hunter – After The Fall, Backus states:
“Throughout my lifetime, many individuals have influenced my love of the language and of books, not least of whom were my parents. My father, Donald, was a voracious sci-fi and adventure fiction reader. On weekend afternoons, he could often be found relaxing on the couch with his nose in a dog-eared pulp paperback, perhaps by Ray Bradbury, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Robert A. Heinlein, Louis L’amour, or H. G. Wells, and boasting some sort of heroic cover art––likely by Frank Frazetta, or one of his counterparts––depicting John Carter of Mars, one of the Sacketts, or Tarzan, smashing his way through hordes of enemies, blade, blaster, or six shooter in one hand and damsel in distress in the other.
My mother, Mary, cherished the more civilized, classic fiction, instilling in me a great love for such books at an early age––books she considered as doorways to a wide variety of experiences, adventures, and ideas––and which I accessed through the offerings of Lewis Carroll, James Clavell, James Fenimore Cooper, Charles Dickens, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Robert Louis Stevenson, J. R. R. Tolkien, Mark Twain and Jules Verne to name a few. She introduced me to the wonder of libraries, bookmobiles, and natural history museums, and taught me to respect, nurture, and appreciate the magic of the written word, as well as the beauty and grandeur of our natural world. To my parents, who, by example, imparted their varied literary passions to an impressionable young mind growing up in the American Midwest in the 1950’s, I am truly grateful.”
- The Sisterhood-After The Fall, Book Three Explores the Devastating Effects of the End War on the Peoples of Northern Europe
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A blog about my first game project: NEO Scavenger. It’s a turn-based, post apocalyptic, survival RPG. The blog also covers my experience leaving mainstream game development to go indie, and the adventure that ensues.
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The Undisputed King Of Nothing is an ongoing comic book series set several months after a global pandemic has wiped out the vast majority of the human race. Seen through the eyes of who is so far the only survivor, it will focus on life in England through the weeks and months following.
Issue one, Goodbye To All That, is now available. Issue two, Under The Sea Wind, is currently being written.
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The Post-Apocalypse Survival Journal is a blog written by a true survivalist. The blog is updated regularly with guides, tips and resources to help you survive when the apocalypse hits. As the boy-scout motto goes: “Always be prepared”.
Covering the Apocalypse and the Post-Apocalypse in movies & television, books, video games, news stories, products, prophecies, and fashion as well as, news on disaster preparedness and survivalism by K. Scott Bradbury, author of “The Post-Apocalyptic Primer”
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The official Ministry of Zombies site from London, home of author, Sean T. Page. Sean’s works include The Official Zombie Handbook (UK) and War Against the Walking Dead, the first comprehensive guide to taking a country back from the rotting claws of the zombies.
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The PAEForums was founded early 2011 for the discussion of all things apocalyptic. The topics range from the Post Apocalyptic genre to survival after major disasters. It also serves as a place to discuss posts on the PAEBlog made by King of the Wastes as well as Vault72 and Jimpi.
The PAEForums is now trying to start a post apocalyptic LARPING group in the US for those people that wish to “live the life”. The LARPING group will have several different “branches” so that if you want to dress up as a certain game or book you can. If you’re interested in the forum be sure to join or ask about it in the Guest Questions board.
A blog dedicated to prepping, survival, important technological achievements that could backfire, major news that could end in disaster, and of course the post apocalyptic genre. We are looking for more people to help with the blog doing reviews on books, tv shows, movies, games, as well as weapons and clothing.
We believe in planning for the worst while hoping for the best. If you are prepared for a total societal collapse, then you are surely prepared for anything that falls short of it. Our purpose here is to provide information to individuals and families so they may make preparations to provide for their safety in any disaster situation.
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