Some More Free Stuff!

As I’ve said previously, I have kind of fallen in love with the Kindle. It’s really nice to carry hundreds of books around in something the size of what used to be called a “Day Planner”. Just in case you were wondering, you’re old if you’ve heard of those, and older if you’ve used them… šŸ™‚ Seriously though, I think it’s important to have things on paper in case of such a lovely thing as an EMP. If you’ve actually read important how to articles prior to such an occurrence, you will be well ahead. If you have them in the physical realm AND have read them, even better. If you have them electronically in a EMP hardened little case, you’ll be able to carry them with you. As long as you can find a way to charge your reader up, you’ll be something like Super Man.

Obviously, I digress.

Here are several excellent free books on things important to survival. I just wanted to share them and hope you find some of them to be useful!

Without further adieu:

http://www.amazon.com/Make-Gardening-Easier-Peter-Davies-ebook/dp/B00IHVK9KA
http://www.amazon.com/How-Grow-Tomatoes-Peppers-Eggplant-ebook/dp/B00AP11HOC
http://www.amazon.com/Can-M-M-Roy-ebook/dp/B00E4Y6WLO
http://www.amazon.com/Food-Drying-Safely-Store-Preservation-ebook/dp/B00FB4XSA4
http://www.amazon.com/Recipes-Jar-How-Can-Fruit-ebook/dp/B00GCA7OUG
http://www.amazon.com/Preppers-Pantry-Survival-Food-Guide-ebook/dp/B00F5BVUCG
http://www.amazon.com/Prescription-Natural-Healing-Self-care-Treating-ebook/dp/B00II7MOGU

http://www.amazon.com/Alternative-Medicine-Real-stories-Recipes-ebook/dp/B00I5M33JA

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