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Apartment Prepper Review

I write books about the need to be ready, but others write about how to be ready.

Apartment Prepper is one of the top blogs on readiness. There you will find information on urban survival and prepping.

Because Apartment Prepper is one of the leading blogs in this area, I am proud that editor Bernie Carr gave Through Many Fires a very nice review earlier this year and now has done the same for my newest release, book two of the Strengthen What Remains series, A Time to Endure.

In her blogpost review Carr describes A Time to Endure as “fast paced” and with “enough action to keep the pages turning.” She concludes by saying, “A Time to Endure is a good read and we look forward to the third book.”

Along with the review Apartment Prepper is running a giveaway. If you want to read the full review or you haven’t yet bought a copy of A Time to Endure and would like to win one, go here and enter a comment on the question at the end of the blogpost for a chance to win.

Preparedness Books Blog Tour

What would happen to you if a disaster were to strike tomorrow?

That is the opening question on the Survivor Jane website and it is a question all of us should be able to answer, but many of us can’t.

SurvivorJane.com was originally created for women or as Jane describes it, “girly-girls who were a lot like me not too long ago,” The site has since branched out to women in all walks of life as well as men, but Survivor Jane remains the number one survival preparedness website for women. Jane is also an author and appeared on Doomsday Preppers in season 4.

However, the reason I’m writing about the site is because my books have been featured on the website, both in December of last year and just days ago.

In December Through Many Fires was featured with a synopsis of the book and a bio on me. Then, this month, A Time to Endure received the same.

I’ve enjoyed working with Jane and look forward to doing so when the third book in the series is released.

Great Response

The response to the recent interview on ApartmentPrepper.com was great.

As part of the interview we gave away copies of Through Many Fires in paperback, Kindle and audiobook format. You can read the interview here.

ApartmentPrepper.com provides information on preparedness and survival aimed at a more urban readership. Also, over the last few years, they have featured significant books in the survival genre such as Expatriates, by James Wesley Rawles, and Apocalypse Drift by Joe Nobody. I’m pleased that Through Many Fires is now and will be a part of that group.

Because of good reaction to the interview and giveaway we are now advertising on this leading survival and preparedness website.

More on Backdoor Survival

Through Many Fires is featured in Backdoor Survival’s fifth Book Festival

About two weeks ago the website Backdoor Survival, one of the top five survival and prepping websites, announced that Through Many Fires would was selected to be part of their Spring 2014 Book Festival. Today, as part of the ongoing event my novel was featured. The editor also interviewed me and asked about upcoming books.

I’m pleased to be a part of their survival book festival which, in the past, has featured a number of bestselling books in the post-apocalyptic genre including, Expatriates, by James Wesley Rawles, and Apocalypse Drift by Joe Nobody and The Long Road, by G. Michael Hopf.

As part of the book festival promotion I’m offering ten copies of Through Many Fires. Winners can choose either paperback, audiobook or ebook format.

I encourage everyone to peruse the site, read the interview, and if you don’t own a copy of Through Many Fires to register for a chance to win.

Apartment Prepper Interview

Through Many Fires was featured on ApartmentPrepper.com, one of the top survival and readiness websites.

Over the last few years Apartment Prepper has featured significant books in the survival genre such as Expatriates, by James Wesley Rawles, and Apocalypse Drift by Joe Nobody. I’m pleased the editor, Bernie Carr, was willing to add Through Many Fires to that notable group.

Bernie and I both wanted to make this interview something special, so as part of the book feature I’m giving away ten copies of Through Many Fires. Winners can choose either paperback, audiobook or ebook format. If you want to read the interview or you haven’t yet bought a copy of Through Many Fires and would like to win one, go to ApartmentPrepper.com and enter a comment on the question at the end for a chance to win.