Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Free prepper and survival kindle ebooks

free kindle ebooks featured image-2So I noticed that occasionally, some Kindle ebooks are put on sale for FREE. That’s pretty awesome considering they aren’t your typical free ebooks. Here’s a selection of free ones you’ll like, while they last.

I got some great response from people on the facebook page when I posted a few of these that I found. I thought it might be nice to have a list of them all in one place for the day so I don’t fill up your facebook stream. Besides, facebook doesn’t show page posts to most people even though they’ve liked the page.

It takes a while to come up with these and lay them out here but if you guys would like to see something like this more often, I’ll definitely do it. For this set, I pulled some survival books, a few fiction books that looked interesting, and a few prepper/homesteading type of books.

By the way, you don’t have to have a kindle to read them. Just down load Kindle for PC and you can read them on your computer.

So here’s what I found today – 7 May, 2014:

Free survival ebooks

(Scroll down in each review box to read more reviews)

Survival Guide for Beginners

Practical Wilderness Skills and Thoughts on Survival

Woodcraft and Camping

Free prepper fiction ebooks

The Survivors: Book One (Life After War)

Primal Shift: Part 1 (A Post Apocalyptic Thriller)

Breakers (Book 1)

Free prepping and homesteading books

JeBouffe Home Canning Step by Step Guide (second edition) Revised and Expanded

The Poor Man’s Prepping Guide: How to Prepare for Disaster on a Shoestring Budget (Stay Alive)

[///UPDATE/// – no longer free but still worth looking into]

Like I said, if you like knowing about these free things, let me know in the comments below. I also see some books that are discounted heavily on occasion but I figured you’d at least like to see the free ones I find. Let me know what you think or if you have any other ideas about what I should post in this kind of article…

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I am a former federal agent and military veteran who has deployed to combat theaters in Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan and have almost three decades of military and military contracting experience.

My goal is to help families to understand how to intelligently protect their family and their way of life against real threats, without all the end-of-the-world doomsday crap.


  1. Good Morning Sir, the last book is no longer free. The Poor Man’s Prepping Guide: How to Prepare for Disaster on a Shoestring Budget (Stay Alive).

    Semper Fidelis


  2. You’ve got quite a collection of excellent articles. I really appreciate your no hype, no BS approach. After reading the post on “What documents do you need in your bug out bag?” I decided to research books to download on a kindle. I was disappointed to see the SAS Survival Handbook was not available in digital format. Have you found a way around that?

  3. Connie Qualey says

    Try prepperlinks.net. I think that book was on their download list, plus hundreds of others.

  4. I definitely want to know what free prep books you find! Thank you!

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