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Prepper Press is a newer independent book publisher who specializes in books and information for preppers. What a great idea!

Directly from PrepperPress.com:

We are an independent publishing house specializing in books and information that serve preppers, those preparing for events that could disrupt life as we know it and threaten survival. Uncertain times in a society heavily reliant on modern technology creates a need for every person to take a few steps toward independence and self-reliance. Should a major societal event happen, whether terrorist attack, plague or natural disaster, average Americans will need the knowledge and skills to help them survive if order fails and chaos ensues. Prepper Press publishes books and information that can help people survive in such situations.

All of our authors are based in the United States. All of our books are published and printed in the United States.

Prepper Press has already published a few titles. In particular – Holding Your Ground has been received exceptionally well by the prepper community.

Holding Your Ground is a manual and guide that prepares the reader to defend their current location (home, retreat – whatever). I know of no other book out there that covers this topic as well. I am in the process of finishing Holding Your Ground and have found it very educational.

Prepper Press also just released a new book by the same author of Holding Your Ground. The new book is called Holding Your Own: A Story of Survival. I have bought this book or fiction but have yet to start reading it.

Here is Amazon’s description:

In the year 2015, the world is burdened by the second Great Depression. The United States, already weakened by internal strife, becomes the target of an international terror plot. A series of attacks results in thousands of casualties and disables the country’s core infrastructure. The combination of economic hardship and the staggering blow of the terror attacks results in a collapse of the government. This is a realistic story of how an average, middle class couple survives the cascading events brought on by international politics, high tech military actions and the eventual downfall of society. All of their survival skills are tested during the action packed expedition in a world that resembles the American West of 200 years past.

I am looking for to reading it.

Prepper Press is also looking for new authors – so if you have something to contribute visit their website and check ’em out.


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  1. Rourke you will like the book, it keeps your attention all the way to the end and that’s where I went nuts because it’s a cliffhanger, now I am dying for part two. The author has don his homework and there are many parallels that people will see, it’s about as current as you can get. Overall this is a very good read.

  2. I hope the books are available in Kindle format. Kindle is about the only way I purchase books these days. My wife bought me the Kindle for father’s day 2011 and I have read aprox. 30 books since than as well as purchasing a program to convert HTML and ,pdf to Kindle format. I am both printing documents to keep in binders as well as storing them on Kindle.

    • CMC –

      Yes – from what I have seen all books are available for the Kindle. I have the Kindle Fire and loves mine.

      My older black and white Kindle will read PDF’s with no problem and my new Kindle Fire will also. I just transfer them via PC or email to my Kindle email address.

      Thanks – Rourke

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