The Survival Library

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Written by John L. Davis IV Knowledge is power, especially in a survival situation. The more knowledge you have, from the multiple ways to make fire, to shelter-building, to water acquisition and sustenance, the better off you and your group will be. Without those most basic abilities, survival just becomes a waiting game. Waiting to die […]

Zombies, Halloween, and You

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Guest post by David Dubrow For children, Halloween ranks right up there with Christmas as the best time of year.  For the informed adult concerned about the coming Zombie Apocalypse, Halloween can be a definite gut check.  It doesn’t mean, however, that you have to dread it entirely; costumes, free candy, and parties are celebrations of […]

Interview with Author J.J. Shurte

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POSTED IN Q & A BY JEROME ANDRIES Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Jerome Andries of ApocalypseGuys.com spoke with Indie-Author J.J. Shurte to discuss his involvement with the post-apocalyptic genre, his writing career, his future plans and which end-of-the-world scenario he thinks is more likely to happen. Here’s what he had to say: Tell us about yourself. I’m […]