In the event of a disaster, it isn’t enough to have food. You also have to know what to do with it.
Deborah D. Moore, author of The Journal series and a passionate Prepper for over twenty years, gives you step-by-step instructions on making delicious meals from the emergency pantry.
When a seemingly minor tremor escalates into a major earthquake, spoiled and pampered Christine Tiggs is stranded in the middle of it. Caught at ground zero of the violent catastrophe, Christine must overcome her fears and prejudices to stay alive and find her way home—on her own. And if she ever gets there, she still may not be safe.
After half of the town of Moose Creek died during another flu outbreak, Allexa Smeth was a lost soul. With Colonel James Andrews, she decided to set out to find the rift that broke the Upper Peninsula in half. Finding the colonel’s men was a priority, but they didn’t know it would mean getting into more than they bargained for–and possibly more than they could handle.
Massive electrical storms roll across the upper peninsula of Michigan as a result of the supervolcano eruption. Allexa Smeth and her town of Moose Creek are finding it more and more difficult to survive the latest unleashing of natural–and manmade–disasters.
The Journal series began with Cracked Earth and made the Best Sellers list in just six weeks. Book Two, Ash Fall, continues the survival saga of Allexa Smeth and the town of Moose Creek.
While the rest of the nation has begun the slow process of recovering from the devastating earthquakes of months earlier, the small town of Moose Creek is still suffering.
When a major crisis rocks the nation, supply lines are shut down everywhere. The small town of Moose Creek feels the effects almost immediately. In the remote regions of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the residents are hit again when the power is cut off to them in the middle of a brutal winter and they must struggle alone with one calamity after another.