Survival & Preparedness Lifestyle Reference Books & Novels

Survival books. It all starts with this classic post-apocalyptic thriller novel, a great motivator! “One Second After” by William Forstchen. Yes, the scenario could happen today…

ONE SECOND AFTER

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Survival Books – Novels

Here’s an article in which I list ten popular novels in the genre (among the many good books!)…

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THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COUNTRY LIVING

One of the first preparedness reference survival books that I bought was “The Encyclopedia of Country Living” by Carla Emery. It’s filled with knowledge. It’s now up to the 50th Anniversary Edition:

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THE BACKYARD HOMESTEAD

By Carleen Madigan, “Produce all the food you need on just a quarter acre!”.

Brimming with information from Storey’s extensive library on growing and preserving, it is a trusted reference for fans of independent living everywhere, and the cornerstone of The Backyard Homestead series.

>> The Backyard Homestead
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THE SURVIVAL MEDICINE HANDBOOK

The most popular medicine handbook among the preparedness world, written by Joseph Alton (MD) and Amy Alton (ARNP).

>> The Survival Medicine Handbook
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BUSHCRAFT 101

Dave Canterbury’s treasure trove of world-renowned wisdom and experience of wilderness survival techniques. The ultimate resource reference book for the backcountry.

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Survival Books – Reference

Here’s another article in which I list 10 popular “survival reference” books (among the many)…

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Being self-reliant. Being more self-sufficient. They are both sought-after attributes of the preparedness-minded. Obviously there’s lots to it. But you might start by simply browsing the following reference book titles of a search for “self sufficient”.

>> Being Self Sufficient
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