Wednesday, December 12, 2012

***GIVEAWAY*** and Book Review: Surviving the Apocalypse in the Suburbs

As crazy busy as I've been lately with teaching my zombie survival course, writing my ebook How to Stretch a Chicken: 42 recipes to make the most of a whole chicken, leftover turkey, or even pesky squirrels, and all the other projects I've had going on lately, I still found it very worthwhile to make the time to read this book!  Even though most would consider me a fairly seasoned "thrivalist", I still got some great ideas from Surviving the Apocalypse in the Suburbs: The Thrivalist's Guide to Life Without Oil.  Jam packed with fantastic ideas for a lower energy future at best or TEOTWAWKI at worse, organized by "days" with a different theme to prepare for each day, Wendy Brown's conversational tone and relatable lifestyle (at least to me, for what that's worth) made the ideas within very accessible and likely to be implemented by "regular" people.  I would definitely recommend this book to anyone, from the noob just getting into survival to people that have been prepping since before prepping was cool.

And here's your chance to get a copy for FREE!  

That's right.  A free BOOK for one special individual.  Not an ebook, an actual paper and ink book.  Not only that, but it will be signed by the author.  Consider it our "We Survived the End of the World" gift to you (it was Wendy's idea to call it that).

So how do you enter? Glad you asked! First off, you must "like" both Wendy's Facebook page Surviving the Suburbs and my Facebook page. You can earn extra entries on Twitter as well, but those aren't mandatory, just increases your chances of winning. The contest begins at midnight tonight, so once we are done with the 12/12/12 nonsense that I keep seeing cropping up everywhere, and ends 12/22/12, so after we're done with that Mayan end of the world nonsense. Good luck!

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  1. ugh rafflecopter will not load so i cant enter :-( but thanks for the contest

  2. I don't Tweet but I'm on FB so keeping fingers crossed :)