In order to survive; one has to be prepared.  You must prepare as much as possible for things which could happen and have an adaptable plan for dealing with these scenarios when they occur.  Keep a watchful eye on those in power with the realization that they don’t always have your best interests in mind.  Protecting your family and yourself, if martial law occurs, or when social chaos is present is of the utmost importance.  

Shelter, food, water, and security are the four main areas that you need to be aware of in the event of a local, regional or national crisis.  Make sure you have sufficient supplies on hand in case leaving your home is unsafe, or restricted based on specific circumstances. 

Do you have enough food and water if transportation and distribution networks are suspended?  Can you defend yourself, your family and your home if looters and marauders are on the loose looking for supplies and victims?  Criminals are always the first to try and take advantage of any situation where law and order has broken down.  Prepare yourself accordingly and stay safe.  In any disaster scenario there usually are no second chances when it comes to your survival and the survival of your family members.  Prepare now; before it is too late.

You can see all 5 of my post apocalyptic fiction books, 2 of my zombie fiction books and 1 of my horror fiction books on the left side of my blog page.  Go ahead and purchase one or more over at They are really quite interesting and entertaining to read.

  1. Reblogged this on Copy Cat Content and commented:
    Are you prepared?

  2. I know, it’s been awhile since I’ve been by, but had to stop and say that I am SO happy to see that Biohazard Redacted part 2 is out!

  3. Jonathan Grice says:

    I used to think that people who are into prepping were always blowing things out of proportion and just being paranoid, but I am starting to reconsider my attitudes towards preparedness and dealing with the situations of an emergency. I live in Toronto and the December ice storm’s raging made me realize how dependent we are on power and supplies of all kind. Had we been better prepared and had some knowledge on how to deal with these kinds of situations, we wouldn’t have to spend thousands of dollars on the frost-destroyed pipes now, and we could have weathered the storm much more comfortably. Right after the power was back on after the blackout, I started to look for prepping and survivalist blogs, and you seem to have the topic researched really well. Which one of your books do you consider newbie-friendly? So far, I have just been looking for tips and articles, like how to survive a long-term power outage , or how to begin storing food and supplies, but I would like to take things up a notch. Thanks for the advice in advance, keep on updating!

    • rmactsc says:

      Welcome to the prepper world Jonathan. There is lots of good information you can learn and put to good, practical use. Enjoy the journey 🙂

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