Sunday, October 2, 2011

A Better Way to Build a Fire

This ebook is available now!
I attended the Photographic Society of America conference last week here in Colorado Springs and learned a lot. Also met some great people.  Always fun to interact with like-minded people!  One of those that I interacted with was Mike Moats ( who, in addition to being a wonderful photographer was willing to share his "lessons-learned-along-the-way."
 It seems like the three hours we spent together over dinner one night flew by.  Of all the topics we discussed "eBooks"  and how to produce them really caught my attention.  To that end I have spent much of my time since the conference developing my first eBook titled "A Better Way to Build a Fire." 
This seventy-two page book is now finished and will be available on my website in the next week or so.  Initially it will only be available as a CD ROM.   My website manager (Brian Hinderberger of Buzztouch Designs) is setting up a way to download it directly from the shopping cart.  Stay tuned.

The eBook takes you through why a fire may be needed, the tools both good and bad that are available to facilitate fire starting, a way to build a fire that is different from anything you've seen before and one that works better than any method you've used before.  The eBook finishes up with a look at the many myths and misconceptions surrounding fires and fire craft.
I'm happy with this first of what I want to be a series of eBooks covering the most important practical aspects of surviving a wilderness emergency.  Check my website from time to time and if you decide to buy "A Better Way to Build a Fire" please let me know what you think.  The beauty of an eBook is that it is easy to go back into the book and edit it.  Easy to correct mistakes and easy to add new information!  I want to provide an informative, easy to read book not another bookshelf space filler! (To read a review of the ebook, click here.)

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