Prepper Press has been fortunate to work with some great writers through its small, but focused book publishing business. Prepper Press books focus exclusively on prepper-related topics, whether that is post-apocalyptic fiction or survival nonfiction. Following are the authors whose books we have published. Click on their links to read more about them.
Aden Tate – author of Faithful Prepper: A Christian’s Perspective on Prepping.
Devon Porter – author of After the Crumble, shocked at the fragile and toxic state of farming across the planet, began prepping and growing his own food.
Glen Tate – wrote down what he envisions as a possible unfolding of events in his ten-book novel series 299 Days.
J.D.G. Perldeiner – author of the futuristic, post-apocalyptic book Haven.
James Ballou – author of The Poor Man’s Wilderness Survival Kit, Long-Term Survival in the Coming Dark Age, Makeshift Workshop Skills, MORE Makeshift Workshop Skills, and Arming for the Apocalypse.
Jeff Zimba – author of The Evolution of the Black Rifle, and a freelance writer and maintains a popular Firearms T&E YouTube Channel.
Joe Nobody – author of numerous nonfiction titles, including the best-selling Holding Your Ground. His other titles include Prepper’s Guide to Caches, Without Rule of Law, and others.
John Elliott – a law enforcement veteran who wrote Don’t Be A Victim! An Officer’s Advice on Preventing Crime.
Lynda King – author of Preppers: History and Cultural Phenomenon, a historical book on prepping, and the only book of its kind
Mark Bacci – an award winning writer, director, producer, an author of A Simple Man.
Peter Damaris – author of Spiraling Downward: Thinking About and Preparing for Economic Collapse, has spent more than 30 years working in a variety of financial institutions and consulting firms both in the US and overseas.
R.P. Ruggiero – he brings his almost two decades of experience in group dynamics–particularly for people are under stress to good use in writing The Brushfire Plague.
Steve Markwith – author of the Survival Guns series of books, holds a life-long interest in all things that shoot. He began formal training at age 11 during NRA-sanctioned small-bore target rifle events, and became an active hunter by the age of 12. He began reloading at age 14, starting with shotgun shells and a handheld Lee-Loader.
Beyond working with individual writers to bring their unique writing to publication, Prepper Press also publishes some titles in the public domain that we believe are valuable to have on-hand in paperback format and add value to any prepper’s survival bookshelf. See our complete list of books here.