Thursday, September 29, 2016 Features Without Land! Prepper Book Festival
In 2014 when I launched my first novel Day After Disaster, I began wondering what credible survival
sites featured non-fiction books and would do me the honor of featuring my new creation. I found by searching the top 10 survival sites. Upon contacting I was pleased to be invited to participate in the "Prepper Book Festival" and I was thrilled to add as a stop on my Virtual Book Tour. is produced by a woman with an outstanding attention to detail, a thirst for prepper and survival knowledge, and extensive experience in applying what she preaches in her own life. Her name is Gaye and she created with the goal to share her angst and concern about the deteriorating economy and how it will effect our normal everyday lives. She also wanted to become a prepper of the highest caliper. All of her vast information on is free and she assures us that it will remain that way indefinitely. Gaye assures us that we will never find "ripped-off" content or pictures on her site. She produces original content and tests the information in her own preps. Gaye reminds us that it is our responsibility to go out and find what is right for us but she gives her opinion on many topics in an attempt to help us gather information and sort out the details. has a ton of preparedness information on just about every topic imaginable and as I mentioned before, Gaye practices what she preaches so you can gather real world information on how that idea worked out for her. This website also features crafty DIY projects that will teach you how to make your own preps and survival items, plus save money while you are at it. Gaye is very knowledgeable about essential oils and offers some great deals to get yourself stocked up at a discounted rate. also has the top 10 Amazon Most Wished for Prepper and Survival Kit items to help you get your survival kit prepared. If you are just starting out on the prepper journey, Gaye has outlined a 12 Months of Prepping Guide to help you stay lazer focused on the essentials and keep your budget inline with those essential goals.

As I mentioned in the beginning, also features yearly book festivals. Gaye personally reviews each book featured in the festival and gives her opinion whether the book is worth your investment or not. The festival features both fiction and non-fiction books that focus on survival and prepping. It is a great event to follow and keep your brain entertained and educated as you go. I was honored when Gaye asked me if she could feature my newest book, Without Land as an addition to this year's book festival. I agreed and I will be giving away a couple of copies of both of my books as part of this celebration.

I give five stars but don't just take my word for it, here's what others say:

"Gaye, I found you through your guest post on Alt Market, Nine Healing Herbs You Can Grow At Home. Great info here! Wanted to say thank you and let you know that I’m adding you to my links on my site. Take care." -Survival Sherpa

"Hi there Gaye, I’ve been enjoying your site a lot lately. There is SO much great material and you have done a great job putting it together with outstanding content. Thanks so much for the contributions to the survival community." -Billy.
"Gaye, I’m truly impressed with the online resource you’ve created here. My first glimpse of prepping came from watching reality TV, at which point I wasn’t much of a believer. But I also read a great deal of economic news from sites like It’s become more and more clear to me that the skills you’re compiling on your site are things that we all are going to need in the not too distant future. Thank you for the time and effort you put into this. It’s truly appreciated" -Jason