I believe you can and in my latest book, Survive and Thrive after the Collapse of the Dollar I explain how. Just published last week, this book soared to the number 10 ranking in Amazon’s Kindle Economic Conditions segment.
However, I am very concerned that everyone in the American family needs to learn what is going on and so decided to give away free copies today only. The book is now ranked number 1 in free copies and going strong. What is interesting is that I really had no clue how concerned people were about the economy until publishing this book.
Indeed, I though that most were unconcerned, but it would appear I was wrong. That is heartening, for perhaps if enough people start to give this issue serious thought, perhaps the book will not even be needed any time soon–maybe we can turn the ship before we hit the looming iceberg.
I have posted an image of my site standing below (just because I am so darned excited I had to share that excitement with my fans).
If anyone would like to read an excerpt from the book, follow this link.
If you would like to take advantage of the free copy give-a-way taking place today, January 16, 2013 only, go to the Amazon Kindle store here (must have a Kindle to read it, but paperback is coming soon).
I recently found a great survival guide that supplements my book nicely. If you would like to check it out, the title is Survive Anything. Check it out.
- 10 Skills Needed to Thrive in a Post-Collapse World (beyond2012zeitgeist.com)
- John Rubino: How The Next Collapse Will Play Out; Protect With Gold and Silver (etfdailynews.com)
- Don`t Survive the “Collapse“ – Prevent It (mathaba.net)
- Natalie Pace: Debt Ceiling Protection Plan (huffingtonpost.com)
- Beyond Collapse: Surviving and Rebuilding Civilization From Scratch (Free Download) (thesurvivalplaceblog.com)
- Survival Tips: How to Prepare for a Power Outage (allstate.com)
- Who has the Cheapest E-books? Kindle, Nook, or Kobo (joshchalmers.wordpress.com)
- Max Keiser~ ‘US Dollar Will Collapse In 2013′ (beforeitsnews.com)
- Castration of Maurice Greenberg by $AIG and Other $XLF Fairy Tales (financialskeptic.wordpress.com)