Here we are again, another Friday and more free kindle ebooks! If you’re like me, you’ll find these kindle books are a great source of information that can help you prepare for whatever it is you’re prepping for! So set back and prepare to browse through these selections to find the free kindle ebooks that interest you the most. And don’t forget, just because you don’t have a Kindle, doesn’t mean you can’t use these opportunities to take advantage of Free Kindle Ebooks Friday! You can either download the Kindle reader program to your computer or use Amazon.Com to keep your ebooks and read them online!
Once again, it's time to post up some free ebooks on prepping, emergency preparedness, survival, gardening and whatever else I think is interesting. The thing you must remember about these free ebooks is that most are only free for a limited amount of time. Some of the free ebooks we posted up last Friday are back at their regular prices. Why is this? Well the Authors of these ebooks will allow their ebooks to be given away in order to build up their popularity and in hopes of getting good reviews. So we like to take advantage of getting these free ebooks whenever we can. Just remember, if you do download one (or two) and you like it, please leave a review to help out the author. In this way, they may write more helpful ebooks in the future and give those away also!
Note: These ebooks were free when I posted them here. By the time you get to them, they may not be free. Be sure to look at the price before you hit the "buy now" button!
Practical Duct Tape Projects
Who doesn't like duct tape? Every prepper should have loads of this stuff stocked up! If you don't, then you need to get started right away. It has 1001 different uses and with this book, you'll probably add 40 more ways to use it! Many of these projects would be good to do alone or with your kids and could be sold to earn extra cash. Use your imagination and see how many you can complete and find uses for!
Brewing Beer At Home That's So Good You Can Serve It To A Friend
I have to admit it. I'm not a beer drinker any longer. When I was, I can count on my hands the number of times I drank a beer from a micro brewery. I've heard many DIY home brewers state that home brewed beer was a million times better than what you can buy in the store and even better than micro brews! Well, that makes since because nearly everything you do at home is better than what you can buy! Plus, this is one of those skills that just may prove beneficial during an economic collapse or any other SHTF scenario.
Cardboard has a lot of uses. I hope you're not throwing it away. This ebook has a lot of good projects to turn your old cardboard into fun crafts and other useful projects. There are some very good tips and ideas to turn your trash into functional items. Step-by-step instructions are included for each project.
Note: This book contains around 700 pages and may take a little longer to download. I wanted you to know that before you started.
Bow & Arrow, Archery Set For Scouts
While at first glance this ebook doesn't appear to be anything special. I nearly past it up myself. But after closer inspection, I was interested in what it had to say. This is a how-to guide to make your own Archery set from easy to find and recyclable materials. If you haven't thought about it yet, this is a grand idea for preppers, especially if you're on a budget, and who among us isn't in these days? In my opinion, this ebook should be in every Preppers library!
Favorite Veggie Nosh From Bulgaria
I don't normally put cook books or recipes on these posts, but this one sounded too good to pass up! I think you'll agree after looking it over and trying some of the tasty recipes here. All recipes are vegetarian. Go ahead and try a few of these recipes, you may be pleasantly surprised!
Prepper's Essential Guide to Surviving a Natural Disaster, Doomsday Event and Economic Meltdown
I've read better books on prepping, but to be honest, for the cost :), this book is worth it. This ebook was written from the standpoint that you already know the basics. It expounds a little more knowledge than your basic 'how to prepare' books. It's about 30 or so pages and a quick read with some good tips.
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In this day and time, not all Preppers live on a huge plot of land where they can grow as much food as they want. In this article, I’ll be taking a look at alternative gardening methods that modern day preppers can take advantage of even if they live in a tiny apartment in a big city or on top of a rock in the middle of the desert. These methods make it possible for anyone to have some type of garden to produce fresh food. One of the advantages of these alternative gardening methods is that they are really low cost and can be scaled to meet anyone’s needs. So let’s get started!
This is a new series that I'm starting. Each Friday, I'll be searching for free ebooks on survival, prepping, home schooling, self reliance, health and DIY projects. I'll be posting them here, so make sure you subscribe and bookmark this site? Why? Because the authors of these ebooks usually only give their books away for a limited amount of time, sometimes for only a few hours at a time. So you can see why being prompt can save you from missing out on some free books.
Disclaimer: The ebooks below are free when I post them. They may not be free when you actually click on the link to them (see explanation above). Make sure you check to see if they're still free before downloading.
The Trail of a Sourdough Life in Alaska
This is an excellent book full of short stories about life in the Alaskan Wilderness. Most of these stories occurred in the early 1900's and they are a delight to read. If you love to read stories about life in the Wilderness living off the land or stories of Gold Miners and the hazards of the profession, you'll want to get this free ebook.
I'm not the cleanest person on earth. In fact, if you're like me, cleaning and organizing are probably the two most things you hate to do! This books will give you time saving ideas and suggestions to help keep your home clean and organized. It's a really neat book, especially for free. I found several ideas that I liked and have put to good use!
I love canning. I can everything from wild game to wild berries. There are a lot of canning how-to books and video's out there, but few are as comprehensive as this guide to canning. They do an excellent job at covering all the basics as well as how to remain safe while canning. This book covers both basic ways of canning. The hot water method and the pressure canning method. As a bonus, there are some recipes for some very tasty foods!
I found this ebook very interesting. It was compiled by a group of community volunteers from a physical edition. If you've ever been interested in the native language of the Alaskan natives, this book is for you. I can't recommend it enough!
Wow. I couldn't believe I actually found this ebook for free! The last few years one of my biggest interests has been alternative medicines. Especially as it pertains to herbs and other natural homeopathic treatments. When i stumbled upon this one, I knew I had to have it for my library. This book discusses 25 different plans you can plant in your ornamental garden and what their uses are concerning your health and healing properties. You'll learn what parts of the plant to use and what parts to use for particular ailments. A must have for your library!
The other day as I was unloading the sacks from a trip to Wal-Mart, I got to thinking “Man, I buy a lot of my prepping stuff from there”. It got me to thinking about just how much stuff Wal-Mart offers for people like us. Love them or hate them, one thing is for sure. You can save a boat load of money shopping there as compared to other places that offer “Prepping supplies”. The only other place that can even come close to a lot of their prices is Amazon.com. But now that Wal-Mart.com offers free shipping to the store or .99 cent shipping to your home on a lot of other items, they’ve become a viable alternative to Amazon.
Why Are Gas Prices So High?
I hear a lot of people give their theories for why we have such high gas prices. Some are downright funny while others would be funny if it weren’t the people it was coming from. Some educated people who should know better are spewing their own opinions on the reason for the higher gas prices. Here’s the Top 5 Reasons Gas Prices Are High…in no certain order…
Okay, like most of you, I was interested in this new “reality” show from NatGeo. Probably my biggest fear was that NatGeo, just like nearly any other media outlet, would make these people out to be right wing nut jobs. After watching 3 episodes, I was partially right. But then again, what can you expect from a sensational title like ‘Doomsday Preppers‘? Why not just ‘Preppers’ or ‘Basic Prepping 101′ or even ‘Advanced Prepping Guide’? Ahh, cause sensationalism sells!
Okay, we have a winner in our Mountain House Wrap Giveaway. If you missed the giveaway, it worked like this. All you had to do was leave a comment on the Mountain House Wrap Review post and tell me what your favorite Mountain House meal was. If it matched mine, then you won three packages of Mountain House freeze dried food.
Unless you just refuse to listen to the news or perhaps you get your news from a very serious news commentator like Jon Stewart, (okay, that was sarcasm if you didn’t catch it), you have no doubt saw the riots in Greece. Perhaps you even know what has caused them. In a nutshell, here is what has cause the Citizens of Greece to rise up against their Government.
I’ve used Mountain House freeze dried foods for many years. I first started taking them on extended camping and hunting trips over 10 years ago. So it was only natural that when I really got serious about putting food back and developing a survival plan, that I used Mountain House freeze dried foods to supplement my other food stores. Sure, they cost a little bit more, but one thing I simply love about them is the 25 to 30 shelf life most of their foods have when packed in #10 cans and around 5 to 7 years for the pouches (if I remember correctly). I don’t have to worry about rotating stock or any of those other annoying little chores! Of course, I love my canned foods, so keeping up with the dates on everything is somewhat a labor of love, but when I look over at my Mountain House food, I’m more than glad I don’t have to wonder when it was packed or if I need to eat it soon.