Thread Rating:
  • 1 Vote(s) - 5 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Free E books
Women's Survival Strategies: Live Alone And Feel Safe!: (Self Defense, Self Protection)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0764FY1M7

Women's Survival Strategies: Live Alone And Feel Safe!

There are so many problems which women may face when they are living alone. The increasing rate of crime especially among women makes it hard for a lot of single women to survive on their own. However, if you are looking to train yourself and survive all alone, this is surely the book for you.

In this book, we have covered a lot of diverse details pertaining to the different ways by which you can survive in an apt manner. We have compiled comprehensive tips and important safety measures which when implemented are sure to help you stay safe. Use this book to hone your survival skills and make sure that you can stay safe even when you are out alone. No matter whether you are headed to work or looking to travel or even just living alone in your home, this book will surely be your apt guide.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
Free for next 5 days a Chesapeake Bay Cuisine, authentic Mid-Atlantic cookbook. Please check it out and please write me a kind review, I'd really appreciate it.

https://www.amazon.com/Best-Chesapeake-B...A618073011
Are we there yet?
Add Thank You Reply
The following 1 user says Thank You to Scott_1776 for this post:
Thirsty Boots Nomad (10-12-2017)
As always; check price has not returned before "engaging":

OFF THE GRID: Live in a Van, Truck, Trailer, or Motorhome

https://www.amazon.com/OFF-GRID-Truck-Tr...B00C2WEAGY

The information that follows is based upon my own experiences living on the road, dating back to just after World War II. If you can imagine yourself in any of the following categories, this book is for you!

Save on Your Rent Payment

In hard times, one of the best ways to cut expenses quickly and for as long as you need relief, is to stop paying rent. True, even an old truck or cargo trailer will cost something, but often these pay for themselves in less than a year. A bonus is that when you sell it, you may get the major part of your money back.

Low-Cost Vacations

The cost of lodging, even on a three-week vacation, can easily run up to $2,000 or more. However, if you’ve got a light-weight fiberglass or converted cargo trailer—set up for cooking—even a two or three month holiday may be affordable.

Permanent living

Tens of thousands of Americans and Canadians live full time in a motorhome. There are prices for all budgets, from just over $2,000 to well over $1,000,000!

High Adventure

Travel up the Alaska Highway—a trip you will never forget!

Personal Privacy

The quickest way to assure yourself of total privacy is to travel in a van, trailer, truck or motorhome. This is called Travel on the QT.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
The following 1 user says Thank You to Thirsty Boots Nomad for this post:
tnvangirl (10-23-2017)
As always; these books are free for a limited time at the time I post them (usually for 24 hours), so check price has not returned before clicking ...

Go Camp! Mini Guide to Car Camping Kindle Edition
by Gregory Neilson (Author)

https://www.amazon.com/Camp-Mini-Guide-C...B076Z5NGKM

The Go Camp guidebook to car camping contains all the essential information needed to make your next car camping experience a success! Written by someone with years of experience, this book will take your camping adventure to the next level.
Most camp guidebooks fill their pages with useless details about things you do not need to know. The Go Camp guidebooks only cover the essential information you will actually use. This book covers camp gear, personal hygiene, extended stay camping, and much more. It also gives you access to the Go Camp website, which is loaded with information on everything camping.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
The following 1 user says Thank You to Thirsty Boots Nomad for this post:
tnvangirl (11-13-2017)
This one I KNOW will only be free for the next 48 hours:

A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV: Everything I Wish I Knew Before Full-Time RVing Across America Kindle Edition
by Alyssa Padgett

https://www.amazon.com/Beginners-Guide-L...B0778WS6X4

When my husband and I started full-time RVing, we knew nothing about RV living. We made it up as we traveled to all fifty states, constantly googling things like "how to RV" and "what is boondocking?" Meanwhile, we flooded the bathroom, took ice cold showers, and got stuck in the mud.

Now, we've been full-timing for over three years and we've learned the ins and outs of RVing America.

In this guide, I answer all of the most common questions we receive about RV living, from how to choose the right RV to how we get mail on the road, to how to find free camping.

This guide is for anyone exploring the RV lifestyle and looking for RVing books to help make the transition easier. Also, because I want to make sure this book is valuable for you, below you can see a few specific areas of RVing I cover.

A few topics I cover in the guide:
- How to find great internet on the road
- The costs of full-time RVing
- Whether or not to tow a car behind your RV
- What we do for health insurance while traveling
- The best RVing clubs and memberships
- Our favorite apps for RVers

A few topics I DON'T cover, since I have zero experience in these areas, are:
- Traveling with kids
- How to downsize to an RV from a house
- How to travel with pets

Transitioning to living on the road was the best decision my husband and I could have ever made. RVing has improved our marriage and our life together, and we've seen more of America than we could have ever imagined.

While this book isn't about our story or why you should travel, it will be a useful tool as you find yourself asking a million different questions about what it's like living in an RV.

Oh, and don't forget to use the #RVlife on Instagram once you start traveling. That's what all the cool kids do.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
The following 4 users say Thank You to Thirsty Boots Nomad for this post:
slynne (11-15-2017), rvpopeye (11-14-2017), tnvangirl (11-14-2017), Goshawk (11-14-2017)
Free for a LIMITED time so check price has not returned ...

Women's Survival Strategies: Live Alone And Feel Safe!: (Self Defense, Self Protection) Kindle Edition
by Malcolm Rogers (Author)

https://www.amazon.com/Womens-Survival-S...B0764FY1M7

Women's Survival Strategies: Live Alone And Feel Safe!

There are so many problems which women may face when they are living alone. The increasing rate of crime especially among women makes it hard for a lot of single women to survive on their own. However, if you are looking to train yourself and survive all alone, this is surely the book for you.


In this book, we have covered a lot of diverse details pertaining to the different ways by which you can survive in an apt manner. We have compiled comprehensive tips and important safety measures which when implemented are sure to help you stay safe. Use this book to hone your survival skills and make sure that you can stay safe even when you are out alone. No matter whether you are headed to work or looking to travel or even just living alone in your home, this book will surely be your apt guide.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
Wildering: Anyone's Guide to Enjoying the American Wilderness Kindle Edition

by Mick Tune (Author)

https://www.amazon.com/Wildering-Anyones...B07253RCS1

Thousands of years ago, everyone lived in the wilderness. Today, most people live comfortably indoors. This is perfectly fine, of course, but many have completely lost touch with nature. Meanwhile, millions of acres of pristine wilderness are waiting to be enjoyed.

Wildering: Anyone’s Guide to Enjoying the American Wilderness can help reconnect people with the natural world—even those who have never set foot in the woods. Author Mick Tune has the answers to all the questions you’re afraid to ask, with information about equipment, packing, permitting, basic survival, and much more.

You don’t have to be in incredible shape or spend a fortune on equipment to enjoy the outdoors—all you need is a pair of legs and a spirit of adventure. Mick Tune wasn’t a Boy Scout, nor is he a professional mountain man—but he loves the wilderness, and he’s learned a lot over three decades of outdoor adventures. Tune is living proof that nature exists for everyone’s enjoyment; you just need the courage to take that first step.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
Another "free for a limited time" (usually about 24 hours); so check before you click to purchase:

Van Dwelling Voyage: A Journey to Escape the Rat Race, Live Anywhere, and Rediscover the American Dream- Includes "How to Live in a Van" Guide Kindle Edition
by Charlie West (Author)

https://www.amazon.com/Van-Dwelling-Voya...B076BN37P3

At 22, Charlie West was fresh out of college and, like all young adults, was about to come face to face with the most terrifying thing imaginable: the Real World. Crappy jobs, worse housing, outlandish rent, and the prospect of a soul-sucking life in Corporate America all loomed on the horizon. Filled with doubt and uncertainty for the future, it was clear that a bold action was needed to escape this dreaded Rat Race and stave off the “quiet desperation” which engulfs so many people as they move into adulthood.

Inspired by fictional heroes such as Tyler Durden, and real life ones like Kerouac and Thoreau, West impulsively decided to move into a van in search of the freedom he so desperately wanted. Navigating the rough streets of south Boston, getting stranded in a blizzard in the Colorado Mountains, and dealing with the anxieties and uncertainties of such a crazy endeavor, Charlie eventually found his way to the heart of Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay. Here he befriended other “Homeless Hackers,” and lived for a year amidst the world’s most powerful tech companies- and the nation’s largest housing crisis.

What began as a quest to escape insane rent and dire living conditions became a journey of reflection and self-discovery, with insights into…

The Quarter Life Crisis, and the trials of young adults as they come of age
The struggles of working Americans trying to get ahead
The paradox of working your entire life to buy things you don’t need and will hardly ever use
The search for true meaning in a world dominated by consumerism and conformity
Van Dwelling Voyage is a must read for anyone interested in a life of freedom, adventure, and significance. If this sounds like you, then get ready to, as Hunter S. Thompson would say, “Buy the ticket, take the ride.”



"How to Live in a Van" Guide

For all the aspiring van dwellers out there, this thorough guide covers everything you’ll need to know to get started, such as…

How to choose a vehicle and build it out
Where to live
How to maintain stealth
How to go about your daily tasks, such as hygiene and errands
You’ll also find valuable information that you won’t see in any other guide, including:

The 4 Main Types of Van Dwellers and how they live
How to set up a “Base Camp” to move into your vehicle effectively
How to Compartmentalize your life
How to establish Routines and Time Blocks to minimize the stress of vehicle dwelling
How to create compelling alibis to maintain secrecy
How you can use a Coworking space to outsource your kitchen, bathroom, and office, all while on a budget
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
The following 2 users say Thank You to Thirsty Boots Nomad for this post:
Sabatical (01-06-2018), tnvangirl (01-03-2018)
Check price has not returned to normal before engaging:

Flash Floods & Falls: Deaths & Rescues In Zion National Park (1st Edition) Kindle Edition
by Dave Nally (Author),‎ Bo Beck (Introduction)

https://www.amazon.com/Flash-Floods-Fall...B00H4FLW92

Zion National Park is home to majestic and wondrous canyons, cliffs, crags, mesas, rivers, and slot canyons. World travelers remain in awe as they drive, walk, hike, and climb into such a unique place that is filled with vibrant, sacred, and mystical energy. Gradually becoming transfixed, many push themselves further into the wilds, oblivious to weather and dangers, deeper into the backcountry, suddenly finding themselves in extreme predicaments.

These are the moments when accidents often occur. . .and these once beautiful, holy places become menacing and dangerous--sometimes leading to agonizing and horrific accidents--and even death!

Since the early 1900s there have been 73 accidental deaths that have taken place inside Zion's park boundaries. Hundreds of rescues of outdoor enthusiasts have ensued as well. This book covers all of those deaths, and many of the gripping rescues that have occurred during the past century. Bo Beck, a senior Zion Search and Rescue member for over 17 years, also shares his personal accounts. You will marvel at the riveting stories, and take away a better understanding of how to be smarter and better prepared for your next great adventure!

NOTE: This is the original, 1st edition published in 2013. The 2nd Edition was updated by the author with recent tragedies and released in 2016 and is available from Amazon under the shortened title: Deaths and Rescues in Zion National Park.
"Having the gumption to live different and the sense to let everybody else live different.  That's the hardest thing, hands down." --- Alice Venable Middleton
Add Thank You Reply
The following 1 user says Thank You to Thirsty Boots Nomad for this post:
Sabatical (01-12-2018)


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Little Free Library - Another Source for Free Books! tonyandkaren 2 1,248 11-23-2014, 04:30 PM
Last Post: cyndi

Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)

Powered By MyBB, © 2002-2018 MyBB Group.