Welcome to my world, which I share with Cool Gus. I grew up in the Bronx, graduated West Point, served in Special Operations and have written over 70 books across a variety of genres.
I’ve written a lot of books. Need help figuring out where to start or what to read next? Download my free readers guide from your favorite platform. Click on cover to get links. Also, check out my Freebies page where you can get started on a variety of genres. There are also free audio stories.

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In an uncertain world we know we haven’t done what we should to be prepared for even mild emergencies, but when we start looking into it, we get overwhelmed and put it off for ‘someday’. This is the book that makes ‘someday’ today. A book that will walk you through preparation step by easy step. That provides the key survival information you’ll need in a disaster in one handy place.

It’s full of checklists and links to gear so you can easily see what you should do and what you should have. The book opens with an interactive examination of your specific environment, your potential disasters and then sections are separated into levels of preparation so that you can adjust it to your situation.

Preparation is the key to reducing anxiety and increasing capability.

Stop procrastinating. The first step is to make a decision NOW!

Bob’s Latest Thoughts & Ramblings

How Many Phone #s Do You Know?

Like, really know? I remember when we had letters at the start of phone numbers in New York City, but we also used tin cans and string to call each other. But, seriously. If you had to use someone else's cell phone, or, God Forbid, yes they do exist, a pay phone, to...

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Deb’s Flying Phobia

Bob: I vaguely remember this. Deb: I got a flying phobia. Well, that and a snake phobia and for the life of me, I'll never understand why I didn't write 'Snakes on a Plane', first. Before I met Bob, I'd write the first chapter of a book every night instead of reading....

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On Temper Tantrums & Standing Firm

This is a guest post by my wife, who is much smarter. Deb: I've decided that everything is about age. Bob and I got a puppy from the pound cause day-to-day life has been so boring of late. We named her Scout and handed her to our ten-year-old dog, Gus, as if we were...

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