I would appreciate your input on this.
I have started a new book. Often authors do not put forth much in details on book projects as they are fearful of someone stealing their ideas and they also like to build anticipation. In my case, the preparedness-genre of books has just about everything you can think of already written so my book will be a variation of what is already out there – most likely.
The title will be something along the lines of “The No BS Survival Plan“. I am anticipating it being upwards of only 50-75 pages as it will be written plainly and very simply – no “BS”. I am not going into the history of food storage or delve into the multitude of reasons the economy could collapse. No AK versus AR or 9mm versus 45ACP. I’m getting to the point and telling it like it is.
Here is my question to all of you –
What are your thoughts on such a book?
The feedback I am looking for is what would YOU look for out of a book – Kindle or paperback – with that title and what I have told you? Obviously, there are particulars with everyone’s own individual situation that would require any plan to be customized however I have some firm beliefs I will provide for developing a preparedness plan.
Appreciate any suggestions, insights, and advice.
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FYI – I have partnered with a large food storage solution company and we are having a giveaway. The announcement Thursday with all the details. Stay tuned.
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Had an opportunity to check out a Falcon 37 HABU Mod-1 Charging Handle. Very impressed and interested. I anticipate incorporating these into my upcoming builds.
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