2017 Prepper Bundle – eBook Library


Leading authors on preparedness and self-reliance have collaborated to bring a bundle of educational products for preppers at every level.  For $30, add the Prepper Bundle to your summer reading plans.  Valued at over $300, this bundle is a great deal for those that enjoy learning, prepping, reading, and developing new skills.

I’m so happy and proud to recommend The Prepper Bundle hosted by Jennifer and Bill Osuch over at Self Reliant School. They live and preach the back to basics lifestyle every day, and this year they have brought together 30 resources to give you the very best help in your journey to true preparedness.

If you want to be prepared for whatever the future may bring, now is the time to act. Tonight, the bundle will be gone forever!

      • Offer Ends:  Monday, June 12, 2017, at midnight (PST)
      • Price:  $29.97
      • Total Value:  $309.64
      • What’s Included:  27 eBooks, 1 video, 2 eCourse, + 9 bonus offers
      • This Offer has Ended


6 of My Favorite Reads/Videos (so far):

        1. How to Stop Burglars
        2. A Prepper’s Anthology of The Collapse of Venezuela
        3. Your Shelf Stable Pantry
        4. 50 Ways To Make Survival Tools From Trash And Household Items
        5. Living Off The Grid
        6. Video: Building A Cob Style Rocket Mass Heater

It’s awesome to have books that I look forward to reading all summer.  I’ve saved these resources in Dropbox on my mobile phone. Whether I am on the beach or in a waiting room, if it’s a good opportunity to read, I’m prepared and learning so much!  The next book I’m looking forward to starting is Aftermath: A Story of Survival.  I enjoy survival fiction novels and it’s got great reviews on Amazon.


Complete List of 30 Resources:

Angela Paskett Angela– Food Storage & Survival
Prepared Kids
Our children are the next generation of adults in the world, and we get to help raise them! Whether we are their parent, grandparent, guardian, or family friend, we can raise children that are responsible and self-reliant. In this book, I share ideas that our family and others have used in raising our children that have helped foster in them an attitude of self-reliance and preparedness. 65 pages including activity pages.

Blake Alma Blake– Art of an Outdoorsman
The Guide to Primitive Survival Traps
The Guide to Primitive Survival Traps is a book for all outdoorsmen and survivalist who enjoy the sport of trapping and wilderness survival. With an easy, basic read and images for an easier understanding, this book provides you with instructions to making primitive survival traps. Blake Alma, the host of The Outdoorsman’s Art Radio Show, provides you with an introduction to primitive traps, constructing primitive traps, where to set your trap, how to bait your trap, and much more!

Charisse Merrill Charisse
Meal Planning for Long-Term Food Storage
Start building your food storage today! This kit is the easiest step to building your long-term food supply. Including 7 different recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Recipes are basic and easily converted for food storage cooking. Each group contains a shopping list for 1 week, 1 month or 3 months to help facilitate easy gathering of a family’s food supply.


Constance Beck  Constance
Kitchens Prepper Style
How to prepare your kitchen and home in any type of disaster. Covers utensils, cooking fuels and stoves, lists of needed items, storing foods and budgeting for prepping needs.


Daisy Luther Daisy– Organic Prepper
A Prepper’s Anthology of The Collapse of Venezuela
Daisy Luther has been studying the collapse of Venezuela since 2013, when a law was passed that made prepping illegal. Since then, she has researched how the collapse has affected everyday people. Why watch an economic collapse in real time? There is a great deal to be learned about preparedness when you can watch things unfold from a distance. The warning signs?
What smart people did before thing became desperate
How the government tried to hide the severity of the disaster
What they ran out of first
Learning these things can help you to better prepare your own family, something that is especially important with our own country on the cusp of economic disaster.
Remember. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

Damian Brindle Damian– Rethink Survival
How to Stop Burglars
Inside my report, “How To Stop Burglars Dead In Their Tracks” you’ll uncover who these criminals really are, how they plan heists, what factors deter them, which items they want most, 27 actions you can take right now to stop them (including easy security measures) as well as a dozen hiding spots no criminal will suspect.


Jennifer Osuch – jenniferSelf Reliant School
Preparedness Planner: Firearm Edition
The Firearm Edition allows you to not only keep track of your firearms but also allows you to keep track of your ammo stockpile. Easily track when you are running low on a certain caliber so you can add to your stockpile. Keep track of your supplies and your score at the range too.


Joan Crain Joan– Family Survival Planning
Build Your Own Emergency Off-Grid Power System
When I was a child, I remember frequent blackouts. Sometimes they lasted only a few hours; sometimes a day or so. I don’t remember feeling scared or deprived as we didn’t have many electrical appliances in those days.

What I do remember vividly was our gas stove/oven. We appeared to be the only family in the neighborhood who had hot meals whenever the electricity went out. Light the stove with a match and dinner is cooking. Can’t happen now days.

I checked out gas stoves at an appliance store and, unfortunately, they need electricity to light the oven or the burners.

So what will we do when we have a power outage now? What if we have a REAL grid down situation lasting weeks, or months, or a year or so? How will we light up the dark? How will we cook hot meals? How will we keep warm in the winter?

My husband and I began this this project to prepare ourselves to survive without electricity for an extended period of time, maybe as long as a year. We share our research into battery-centric, electricity storage devices that most people refer to as “Solar Generators” using solar panels to collect electricity to store in batteries.

We will take you through:
• the electrical appliances were essential to us;
• what we will have to live without;
• the appliances we tested;
• the configurations of several name-brand batteries;
• what was both practical and affordable;
• what criteria for a portable back-up generator was most important;
• how our system will provide whole-house power

Jodi & Julie Jodi– Food Storage Made Easy
Food Storage Made Easy
Food Storage Made Easy was founded on the principals of building up a year supply of food storage in simple babysteps. There are three components to the program: Checklists, Encyclopedia, and a Recipe Appendix.

The Food Storage Made Easy Program starts with a series of checklists designed to be completed every two weeks, but you can go fast or slower as desired. Each checklist gives specific food storage or preparedness items to buy, to learn about, and to try.

The encyclopedia contains detailed information about every aspect of your food storage and emergency preparedness plans which we discuss in the checklists. If you are assigned to buy an item, you can be sure that there is an article about it in the encyclopedia. We want to make sure you have all of the information you need so that you understand what you are storing and how to use it instead of just buying a bunch of foods you can’t cook. We help you know the different varieties of foods so you can choose ones that your family will enjoy and that meet the nutritional guidelines you are looking for.

With 60 recipes plus food storage equivalents and substitutions charts this recipe appendix is a complete resource on it’s own. For every food we instruct you to buy we give you at least one recipe you can use so you don’t have to feel nervous about storing new foods you’ve never used before. These are family-friendly, simple recipes that should work well for anyone!

Ken Youngquist Ken– Survivaltek
50 Ways To Make Survival Tools From Trash And Household Items
This is a collection of “how-tos” from the writings of Ken Youngquist as he explains the uses of “trash” as they apply to emergency and survival scenarios. Who knew that duct tape can be used as a magnifier? that a plastic bottle can start a fire? That a soda can combined with a potato chip bag can pasteurize water? Learn these “how-to” techniques so that you can be better prepared for what lies ahead.


LeAnn Edmonson – LeAnnHomestead Dreamer
Aftermath: A Story of Survival
When the picture of a dog taking a squat shows up on every computer and cell phone screen with
the words, “IT Happens,” Jimmy Walker knew things would never be the same again. Bugging out to his cabin, Jimmy figured he would ride out the storm there. He knew there’d be trouble from those who hadn’t prepared, but hadn’t counted on the United Nations taking over. Banding together with others, Jimmy works to meet the threats that seem to come from all directions at once.


Leigh Tate Leigh– 5 Acres & A Dream
How to Bake Without Baking Powder
A familiar diet is a comfort during hard times. Baking powder has a limited shelf life, but with How To Bake Without Baking Powder, you will be able to create your own leavening power through basic kitchen chemistry. Discusses the science of baking powder, plus substitutes for both cream of tartar and baking soda. Contains 12 charts and 54 modern and historical recipes utilizing 20 different baking powder alternatives.


Lindy Sellers Lindy
The Bohemian Lady’s Journal of Wild Edibles
The Bohemian Lady’s Journal of Wild Edibles is a fun guide that will pique your interest in the wild flora and fauna that grow around your home. Full of recipes and watercolor art to help you identify many of the wild edibles that grow in your area.

Lisa Barthuly Lisa Canning101– Homestead Originals
Canning 101: A Primer
Start building your food storage today, from scratch! Canning provides a means to build your pantry, one batch at a time …of homemade, shelf stable food for you and your family.
Not only build up your stock of healthy ‘convenience foods’ for your everyday pantry needs; but build a long (or short!) term food storage. Everyone has a ‘rainy day’, eventually. Be Prepared for it! Learn to what you’ll need to start canning, where to find it and how to get started safely canning your own healthy, delicious food and meals. Build Your Food Storage From Scratch, start with Canning 101!


Lisa Bedford Lisa– The Survival Mom
Organization: Your First Step To Getting Prepped
Food storage, medical supplies, a stash of toilet paper, dog food, the Grab-n Go Binder, bug out bags – it’s all part of prepping, but when you can’t find what you need when the real crisis hits, what good is your pile of preps?
This ebook is your guide for getting your home in order, one room, one space at a time, with attention given to organizing your preps as well.



Megan Smith Megan– My Food Storage Cookbook
Wonder Oven Recipes
For those interested in Wonder Oven style thermal cooking, this e-book is a convenient way to get all of My Food Storage Cookbook’s printable recipe cards. It begins with a 6 page explanation of Wonder Oven cooking (including best practices and tips) and is followed by 28 recipes. All in one, baby!



Melissa K. Norris Melissa
eCourse Mini Seed Saving 
Learn how to seed save your own garden seed every year from someone who has been saving the same strain of green beans in her family for over 100 years. Gain the foundational knowledge of seed saving, including cross-pollination, and never purchase seed from the store again. This course walks you through the amazing living history of heirloom seeds and how to start creating your own seed bank.


Misty Marsh –Misty - Simple 72 Simple Family Preparedness
Simple 72 Hour Kits
Simple 72 Hour Kits is a unique step by step system for building a truly useful 72 hour kit for your family. It is especially helpful if you are short on time or money. If you want to feel ready, calm and confident that you can immediately begin providing for your family in time of disaster, this book is for you.


Misty Marsh Misty– Simple Family Preparedness
Your Shelf Stable Pantry
Your Shelf Stable Pantry is a food storage recipes book for those want to enjoy using their food storage. These recipes are not boring or bland. Every recipe in this book is kid friendly, family approved and delicious. You’ll find 6 breakfast recipes, 6 dinner recipes, 7 soup recipes, 8 bread recipes, and 4 side / salad recipes. In addition, you’ll have 8 conversion charts you can use to convert your own family recipes to shelf stable versions.


Nettie David Nettie– Preppers Survive
Prepper Supplies Checklist
Are you looking for a list of survival gear that can help you determine the right preparedness supplies for you and your family? Do you know the nine prepper categories? In a crisis, can you provide the essentials your loved ones would need to survive weeks until FEMA arrives? Have you ever felt anxious or overwhelmed on your prepper journey because you don’t know where to begin or how to track your progress? You are not alone. Prepper Supplies Checklist is a workbook designed to help the user develop an emergency preparedness plan. It is presented in an easy to read format that includes stories, photos, illustrations, helpful tips, and some great survival gear ideas!

Patrice Lewis Patrice– Rural-Revolution
Low-Tech Solutions to High-Tech Problems
Sometimes bigger isn’t necessarily better. Despite the push to acquire high-tech preparedness equipment, sometimes it’s better to learn to do things the old-fashioned way.
Remember KISS: Keep It Simple, Silly.


Paul Wheaton Paul– Rich Soil
Video: Building A Cob Style Rocket Mass Heater
A rocket mass heater (RMH) can heat your home with one tenth the wood of a conventional wood stove. A RMH is a DIY project that usually takes a weekend to build and about $200 in materials. This DVD will show you two rocket mass heater builds featuring the most popular style: cob.



Scott Terry Scott– North Country Farmer
Keys to Successful Homesteading
For the past 42 years, I’ve been making my living farming and homesteading in rural areas of the north. I’ve seen many people come to the country with dreams of returning to the land and becoming modern homesteaders. Some of these people made a go of it, but a large number of them didn’t. I’ve watched and observed many scenarios play out. Some good and some not so good. With these observations as a foundation, I’ve set out to help others learn the Keys To Successful Homesteading.

There are many books out there that cover the how-to aspects of raising food, preserving food, how to improve soil, find the best land or market produce. This little book is different. This book is more about having the proper mindset and making the right choices. It is not a long read, only 28 pages. I didn’t want to waste your valuable time for the sake of filling pages. If you take this information to heart, it has the potential to save you thousands of dollars and save you from making expensive mistakes that could end your homesteading dreams and send you back to the rat race.

Shelle Wells Shelle– Preparedness Mama
eCourse: 6 Steps to Your Quick Win Emergency Kit
Once you know the peace of mind that a stocked and ready emergency kit can bring, you’ll wonder why you waited so long to finish your own! This 4-week course helps beginners put together their emergency kit. We’ll cover how to identify the likely disasters for their area, how to put together a simple kit to cover basic emergencies, and then how to put plans in place to personalize individual and family kits.


Sheri Ann Richerson Sheri Homemade Firstaid– Exotic Gardening
Homemade First Aid Kit
Have you ever wondered how to make your own homemade first aid kit using natural products? Then this is the book for you. It tells you exactly what natural items you need in your first aid kit, what to use them for plus covers miscellaneous items-like tweezers – that you might accidentally overlook when making your own first aid kit.


Sheri Ann Richerson Sheri– Exotic Gardening
Living Off The Grid
Living off-grid is fast becoming a very popular option to those people wishing to lessen their carbon footprint, affirm their independence and stay away from the reliance to fossil fuels.
In this book, you will learn about:

– What Is Living Off The Grid?

– Advantages of Living off the Grid

– Is It Practical To Live Off The Grid?

– What Do You Need To Live Off The Grid?

– many other useful things!

Steven Chabotte Steven– The Weekend Prepper
The Prepper’s Guide to Disaster Water Security
When disaster strikes your community, are you going to be one of the 1000’s waiting in a FEMA line every day for your ration of water? Or are you going to be the hero, the person who planned ahead and can take care of your family in the comfort of your home during the disaster and subsequent recovery? If you want to be the hero, you need The Prepper’s Guide To Disaster Water Security your complete guide to building a bulletproof water program.

Susan Stewart Susan– Practical Inspirations
Family Preparation in the City & Suburbia
Susan K. Stewart’s Family Preparation in the City and Suburbia dispels the myths that preppers are sequestered away from society in underground bunkers. She shows how even families living in a high-rise apartment building can be ready for any type of emergency. An emergency can be anything from an extended illness to a natural disaster to economic downturns. With her trademark practical solutions, Susan offers advice to every family to be ready for any unexpected event.

Tammy Trayer Tammy
How To Embrace an Off-Grid Lifestyle
Are you unsure of what it means to live off-grid? You’ve heard all kinds of stories and just don’t know what to expect? Are you looking to be more self-sufficient or truly desire to live the dream of freedom? Blogger and off-grid homesteader Tammy Trayer shares her life and that of her family hoping to inspire faith and freedom into the hearts of readers.

She strives to debunk off-grid living and help people fully understand the pros and cons of living an off-grid lifestyle by sharing her story and the ins and outs of off-grid living. You will find information shared on every aspect from their solar system and other alternative energy options as well as reliable companies to appliances and tools used on their homestead, their generator and large appliances, hacks to save energy, homesteading with special needs children, a look at a typical day on the homestead and more. Additionally, you will have access to many resources, printable pages and downloadable information.

Todd Sepulveda Todd– Prepper Website
Your Family Matters
Your family matters! As you do life, what wouldn’t you do for your family? We sacrifice, plan, worry, and dream, all for our family. We want the best for them! And when a family member is hurting, we hurt too! As a husband, mother or parent, wouldn’t you want to do everything in your power to mitigate the negative effects of ANYTHING on your family? That’s why we prep!

Your Family Matters is a collection of essays, by Todd Sepulveda, a husband and father of three. The wide variety of essays touch on many topics in preparedness. In this book, there is something for every family member, regardless of age.


2017 Prepper eBook Bundle


30 eBooks, Courses and/or Videos

$309.64 Retail Value, 90% Discount 

Plus 9 Bonus Offers!!!

Get the 2017 Prepper Bundle for just $29.97






Whether you’re just starting or already in the process of developing an emergency preparedness plan for you and your family these books are great resources. The easy getting started guide will take you step by step through the bundle and help you decide the best place for you to begin.



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