Grow Or Die: The Good Guide to Survival Gardening
Grow or Die: The Good Guide to Survival Gardening is the second in my series of “Good Guides” published by Castalia House, following up on the success of Compost Everything.
This book is for preppers, survival gardeners, people interested in turning their lawns into food, low-tech farming aficionados and anyone who worries about an uncertain future.
Like Compost Everything, Castalia House is releasing Grow or Die: The Good Guide to Survival Gardening at the low price of just $2.99 for the Kindle version. It will be followed later by a paperback version at some point.
If you don’t have a Kindle and want to read it now, check out my previous post on how to read Kindle books without a Kindle.
In this new book I cover a range of gardening methods, grid-down tools, storing water and a lot more. There’s also a great big list of crops to consider.
I don’t want anyone to starve in a crisis and I believe this is the most important book I’ve written yet. Consider it really cheap insurance!
This book is not a specifically Florida gardening book, either. It contains gardening information for a range of climates. It’s also funny.
Thanks for reading and sending in all your questions and suggestions as well as buying my books. Without your support, I wouldn’t be able to do this.
I’m rooting for your success – get out there and garden!
David, don’t forget to send info and perhaps a cover JPEG to y-not over at Ace’s place. She can add it to this week’s garden thread. If you’ve lost her contact info, I can send it.
Yes – I lost it. Please connect me up again. Thanks for the heads up.
Question about publishing e-books. Isn’t it easy to include links in the text? I see a lot of places in the book where you could put a link back to a relevant blog post here, or to a picture of the tool/plant you just mentioned.
Yes, you’re right – it’s possible and I have inserted some in my books; however, I tend to prefer less links so they don’t have to be supported by material outside the text.
Ordered your book, got a nice discount. Now if I can just figure out which Kindle it went to I’ll read it over the weekend. I often ‘lose’ Kindle books – have too many devices, just another thing I need to reduce while I increase my gardening.
Happy growing and have a bountiful Thanksgiving!
Thank you, Bellen. Good luck finding it. Heh.
Try downloading it again, this time to the desktop. makes it easy to find, and you can open it by dragging it to the kindle you want to use.
I’m looking forward to seeing it in print- I’d prefer to have a copy on hand to refer to if ___ (fill in blank with any number of events) happens! 🙂
Yes. It should be out in print in a few months. If you get the Kindle version, you can also just print it: http://www.thesurvivalgardener.com/how-to-read-kindle-books-without-a-kindle/
Thank you, David- I didn’t know Kindle books could be printed out! 🙂