by Daisy Luther, The Organic Prepper:
It’s that time of year again – hurricane season has arrived.
In North America, hurricane season officially lasts from June 1st through November 30th. However, that doesn’t mean that a hurricane can’t be stirred up at other times of the year – it’s just less common.
The hurricane season of 2017 left devastating marks on the US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Gulf and East coasts of the United States. Many areas that were damaged by floods and high winds have still not recovered and parts of Puerto Rico are still without electricity and running water.
If nothing else, maybe the violence of Mother Nature has woken a few more people up to the need to be prepared.
This new PDF book is called The Prepper’s Hurricane Survival Guide. It’s a hundred pages of information about preparing for a hurricane:
- Basic information about hurricanes
- Getting your house prepped
- Hunkering down
- What to expect during and after the storm
- Surviving the subsequent power outages
- Dealing with insurance companies
- Starting to rebuild
Not only is it loaded with solid preparedness advice, but it’s also peppered with personal stories from preppers who have been surviving hurricanes for decades. They dug into their memories to share the things that caught them by surprise, the things they wished they’d had on hand, and their suggestions to make things safer and easier for you.
And if you’re not a prepper? Not a problem! The common sense suggestions in this book will help you to select what is necessary, make a budget-friendly plan, and let you know what to expect so that you can be better prepared to keep your family safe.
Remember that hurricanes don’t just affect people on the coast
It’s important to note that hurricanes are not a phenomenon that just hits beach houses. The damage from a hurricane can travel shockingly far inland, resulting in severe flooding, wind damage, power outages, and environmental catastrophes.
Being prepared for a hurricane can be important even if you aren’t directly in a coastal region.
This weekend only, I’m selling the guide for an introductory price of $5.49. After the weekend the price will increase to $9.49, so if you wait until the next hurricane is on its way, you will end up paying a higher price.
The book is in a PDF format that you can save to a device or print out on a home printer or at an office store. (Some people have told me they printed previous books off for only a few dollars at Office Max or Staples.)
Watch your email for a message from Send Owl. This will contain your download link. If you do not receive a message from Send Owl, check your spam folder. If it isn’t there, drop me a quick email at daisyluther2 at gmail dot com and I will get you the product. It should take less than 5 minutes for your download to arrive.