Saturday, October 6, 2012
I try not to promote products on here so people don't think I'm just selling things. My sincere goal is to make a difference in people's lives as they learn to prepare and how to do things related to that.
But sometimes I find a product or a book that has helped me so much that I want to spread the word.
I don't get anything from the sale of anything except my own books. So when I tell you that this book, "Almost Invisible", had a powerful impact on me and that I recommend it, there's nothing in it for me.
This is an amazing book. What I took away from it is that even the little things we do, or the little changes we make, can have not only a huge impact on ourselves and/or others around us, but they can change the direction of our lives.
When I started reading this book I rolled my eyes and thought "oh, I suppose this is going to be one of those social type things to bring awareness to the plight of the homeless." But it's not.
It's a fiction story. The more I read the more I found myself nodding my head in agreement and thinking "wow! This author has great insight" I love her characters and how they interact in this story.
The reason I recommend it for preppers, especially those drawn to my "Poverty Prepping" book, is that often we think we can't do things. We don't think the little things are going to matter. My philosophy is that doing anything, even something little, is better than nothing.
This book fits neatly into that philosophy. Not only will you feel more confident in the (seemingly) little things you do, but you'll probably enjoy the story as much as I did.
It's only .99 on Kindle, and it's also available in print.
Here's the link to it on Amazon:http://www.amazon.com/Almost-Invisible--Different-Survival-ebook/dp/B007W4T3B4/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1349564046&sr=8-2&keywords=almost+invisible+by+sheri+dixon