Check Out My Newly Released Prepping Book!

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Pocket Guide to Prepping Supplies Cover ArtHey everyone, I’m very excited to announce that my SECOND book has recently been published and is on store shelves now! I’ll be quite honest with you. Not in a million years did I ever imagine I would have a book published. Now I have two AND I’ve been contracted to write a third!

The title of my latest book is: The Pocket Guide to Prepping Supplies – More Than 200 Items You Can’t Be Without.

When I started writing this book, my goal was to point out things that some preppers might have overlooked with their emergency preparedness planning.

As preppers, we try to do the best we can to be as prepared as we possibly can be but we’re all only human. This means that it’s entirely possible, and likely, there are some things we may have forgotten to stockpile.

I won’t profess to be able to tell you absolutely everything that you’ll need to survive with in an emergency or doomsday scenario because we’re all different. Because we’re all unique, many of us have different needs than others.

My latest book includes, as the title says, more than 200 items that I think preppers should consider storing. I hope you’ll buy a copy and that it will help you to become a more prepared prepper!

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  1. Vetmike says:

    Just finished the book and I must admit that it gave me some ideas about things that I hadn’t considered before. And there were things about which folks could legitimately disagree. For instance, I think knives are an essential survival tool but there is no ‘one size fits all’ knife. In addition to my working knives, I have a fighting knife and a bayonet. I also think the Baofeng radios are c**p. Buy an Icom or Yaesu. The Technician license is easy to get and a good 2M handheld will do you nicely.
    In summary, this is a book that should be in your library.

    • Patty Hahne says:

      Hi Vetmike,

      Thanks for your comments and opinion. One thing is for sure. There is no place for a “one size fits all” mentality in prepping. What one person values, another finds no use for. One of the main reasons I wrote the book was to get people thinking and hopefully provide some ideas. Maybe even inspire them to come up with ideas of their own. Happy prepping!

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