Today's late listings (see first listing here.)
Cystic Fibrosis & the Brewer's Yeast: A Microbiology Tale
Nature Survival and other Hardship
Harvesting Faith (Planting Dreams Series)
Gold And Fishes
Collapse, Post-Apocalypse, Speculative Futures
“The year is 2011, the place, New York City. A mysterious microbe has begun to infect women of child-bearing age. Though the medical establishment writes it off as a simple flu, and the epidemic appears to be dying out, a young New York obstetrician confronts a conundrum. In the past year, the ratio of boys to girls born in her practice has declined precipitously. Dr. Deborah Kruger suspects the truth: that infected women are no longer able to give birth to male children.
With the help of her husband Larry, a computer analyst, Deborah tracks the epicenter to New York City, from which the infection is already bursting forth. And, as years pass, despite hundreds of laboratories at work on it, the microbe continues to overrun borders and envelop the Earth. With Science unable to stop it, and the contagion rippling worldwide in an AIDS-like pandemic, how will society cope in an increasingly female world?”
Counting Down (An End of the World Love Story)
“As news reports from all over the globe start reporting disaster, Abby realizes her dreams are becoming reality. In the hopes of surviving, she flees to her family farm in Kansas where an old fallout shelter is buried underground. Upon her arrival she meets Kyle Windstone, a very unusual Mid-west farmer with equally unusual abilities. .. Together they will learn what it takes to survive and find the courage to love along the way.”
A Distant Eden
“Professionally Edited and Formatted December 2012, a massive solar storm knocks out the power grid. Three hundred million Americans are suddenly faced with a survival situation. They have no water, electricity or fuel. Food rapidly disappears from the store shelves, not to be replaced. Only three percent will survive. Those three percent will have much in common. What does it take to be one of them?“
The Uncertainty Principle (Science Fiction Detective Story)
“In a dystopian Britain in the near future, two detectives investigate the disappearance of a young girl, leading them into a dark world filled with evil predators.”
Best of MOTHER EARTH NEWS: 21st Century Homesteading
Poor reviews are for formatting. I checked the sample and it seemed fine. (Can’t vouch for the rest, of course.
“Turn your dreams of independent country living into a reality with this original collection of articles from MOTHER EARTH NEWS. In this special digital collection, you'll find tips and advice for living a sustainable life on a modern homestead, including how to grow and preserve more of your own food, choosing renewable energy and raising homestead chickens.
21st Century Homesteading offers a wealth of information with nearly 60-pages of content covering 15 different homesteading topics…!”
Previous Price: $7.99 (according to the book watching program I use)
Current Price: $2.99
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- Gen. Preparedness, Self-Reliance, Survival
- Home, Food, Craft
- Theory, Politics
- Personal Skills, Finance
- True Accounts
- FIC-Nature Survival, War, Hardship
- FIC-Politics, Terrorism, Conspiracy
- FIC-Collapse, Post-Apoc., Futures
- FIC- + some Sci-Fi/Fant
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