Sorry to be so long updating this. I am waiting for the re-launch of the books by the publisher, which should be any time now. I will update again when they go live.

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Happy New Year!
Just wanted to take a moment and wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year. May your dreams come true and may your hearts be filled with joy.

I have lots of plans for myself next year. Book 3 is well underway, and I have ideas for a couple of new ones working. Oh, and we’re downsizing our city mortgage and moving to the country. Busy, busy, busy! (Ouch, ouch, ouch)

If you didn’t see the Facebook post, the Audible version of When the Power is Gone has been launched. If you use that service, you can get the Audible version here: When the Power is Gone Audible

Again, I hope you all have a wonderful 2017!

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Anne’s Farmacy

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Many of you have commented on the valuable information of the medicinal herbs in Book 2. I’ve compiled a list of those and a few others. This is by no means all-inclusive in either the relevant plants or their properties. I strongly encourage you to do an internet search for “medicinal herbs”, or go to Amazon and search “medicinal herbs free” for some free or cheap ebooks. Knowledge is power, and this knowledge could be worth its weight in gold if the SHTF. Got an empty window sill that gets good sun year around? You can plant your own farmacy!

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Prepping for Pennies…OK, Dollars

I hear people say it all the time: “I can’t afford to buy anything extra for prepping. I’m on a budget. I just don’t have the money right now.” While I can understand this to a point, my response would be: “How can you afford NOT to?”

The people on the East Coast have been devastated by Hurricane Matthew. Some people will go days, even weeks without power. The grocery stores are empty. The roads are impassable in some places. Does any of this sound familiar, you know, like you read it in a book of fiction? Prepping isn’t just about TEOTWAWKI. It’s about being ready for any event that could disrupt your day-to-day life. So, what can you do if you don’t have the money to invest in a year’s supply of food for a family of four in one fell swoop? The answer – buy cheap. Here’s a few suggestions.

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