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Books • Re: American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

October 18, 2017 whitebear54 0

LetsPrep11 wrote:Read book 1 again, to refresh my memory, and enjoyed it just as much the second time around. ‘War Corps Book 2’ is fantastic!!! Brilliant story and I’m very happy that you developed some of the Muslim characters to show that there a…

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First Aid & Medicine • Re: Type II Diabetes

October 15, 2017 whitebear54 0

Good going Cin,Eat less and exercise more has always been the surest way to weight loss, but losing weight is much harder when you are type 2 already as your meds can cause you to gain weight.I use http://www.myfitnesspal.com to keep my food diary so …

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First Aid & Medicine • Re: Type II Diabetes

October 14, 2017 whitebear54 0

daaswampman wrote:Type II Diabetes is a cash cow and the treatment is often worse than the disease. Most cases will responds to dietary changes and activity, but there is no money in that approach. Please note I said dietary changes and not diet! A…

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First Aid & Medicine • Re: Type II Diabetes

October 14, 2017 whitebear54 0

daaswampman wrote:Type II Diabetes is a cash cow and the treatment is often worse than the disease. Most cases will responds to dietary changes and activity, but there is no money in that approach. Please note I said dietary changes and not diet! A…

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First Aid & Medicine • Re: Type II Diabetes

October 13, 2017 whitebear54 0

Fullmoon wrote:I was diagnosed with type 2 about 18 years ago, supposedly caused by exposure to agent orange. 80% of the people on the ground in Viet Nam have type 2 diabetes. A lawsuit was filed and in 2001 the Monsanto corporation was forced to esta…

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First Aid & Medicine • Type II Diabetes

October 13, 2017 whitebear54 0

About two months ago I started a homeopathic, natural medicine regimen for my Type II Diabetes. When I started my fasting blood sugar count was, on average, in the 160-180 range. I’m taking three separate meds to control my blood sugar. Metformin, Gli…

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Physical Fitness • Re: Krav Maga

October 13, 2017 whitebear54 0

I was taught street fighting/hand-to-hand fighting by my step dad who taught unarmed combat techniques to Marines and to Air Force Blue Berets. Krav Maga come close and I’d highly recommend it to anyone. Martial Arts are good at teaching self-discipli…

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Books • FREE Apocalyptic/Dystopian eBooks

October 13, 2017 whitebear54 0

From today until November 30, 2017, there is a FREE eBook promotion going on for readers of Apocalyptic/Dystopian fiction. You have to join the author’s email list to claim your books but the price is right and, who knows, you might find a new favorit…

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 30, 2017 whitebear54 0

Time for an update. Two weeks ago my fasting blood sugar averaged around 163 and my A1C was 8.4.

I started taking a daily tonic of 1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar, 1 tbsp Blue Agave Nectar and a heaping 1/2 tsp Cumin mixed in with the nectar before adding the vinegar. Can’s say much for the taste other than it’s downable.

I started adding 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon to my now daily yogurt. Yeah, I know, taco tasting yogurt is NOT my favorite.

Within one week my fasting blood sugar count dropped to an average of 119.

Our garden has started producing again now that the worst of the heat has passed (only 102 yesterday) so fresh salads are back on the table with every meal.

i went online to MyFitnessPal.com and started logging every bite of food to keep close track of my daily calorie consumption. Journaling works, folks.

I started swimming 1/2 mile, 4 times per week.

Today my fasting blood sugar was 93 and it’s been in the 90’s for almost a week.

Cinnamon, Vinegar and Cumin with a bit of exercise and improved diet works so well I’m adding tumeric with black pepper, Fenugreek and a few other supplements to my diet.

I feel better than I have in months and am definitely on the right track to reducing my A1C and getting off some of the diabetic meds I’m on. Oh, and I’ve lost a couple of pounds. My caloric intake on MyFitnessPal is set for me to lose 1 pound per week. I know that doesn’t sound like much but so far I’m on target and if I keep this up for a year I’ll be below 200 pounds for the first time since I was 45–and that’s more than twenty years ago, folks.

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 30, 2017 whitebear54 0

Time for an update. Two weeks ago my fasting blood sugar averaged around 163 and my A1C was 8.4.

I started taking a daily tonic of 1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar, 1 tbsp Blue Agave Nectar and a heaping 1/2 tsp Cumin mixed in with the nectar before adding the vinegar. Can’s say much for the taste other than it’s downable.

I started adding 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon to my now daily yogurt. Yeah, I know, taco tasting yogurt is NOT my favorite.

Within one week my fasting blood sugar count dropped to an average of 119.

Our garden has started producing again now that the worst of the heat has passed (only 102 yesterday) so fresh salads are back on the table with every meal.

i went online to MyFitnessPal.com and started logging every bite of food to keep close track of my daily calorie consumption. Journaling works, folks.

I started swimming 1/2 mile, 4 times per week.

Today my fasting blood sugar was 93 and it’s been in the 90’s for almost a week.

Cinnamon, Vinegar and Cumin with a bit of exercise and improved diet works so well I’m adding tumeric with black pepper, Fenugreek and a few other supplements to my diet.

I feel better than I have in months and am definitely on the right track to reducing my A1C and getting off some of the diabetic meds I’m on. Oh, and I’ve lost a couple of pounds. My caloric intake on MyFitnessPal is set for me to lose 1 pound per week. I know that doesn’t sound like much but so far I’m on target and if I keep this up for a year I’ll be below 200 pounds for the first time since I was 45–and that’s more than twenty years ago, folks.

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 30, 2017 whitebear54 0

Time for an update. Two weeks ago my fasting blood sugar averaged around 163 and my A1C was 8.4.

I started taking a daily tonic of 1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar, 1 tbsp Blue Agave Nectar and a heaping 1/2 tsp Cumin mixed in with the nectar before adding the vinegar. Can’s say much for the taste other than it’s downable.

I started adding 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon to my now daily yogurt. Yeah, I know, taco tasting yogurt is NOT my favorite.

Within one week my fasting blood sugar count dropped to an average of 119.

Our garden has started producing again now that the worst of the heat has passed (only 102 yesterday) so fresh salads are back on the table with every meal.

i went online to MyFitnessPal.com and started logging every bite of food to keep close track of my daily calorie consumption. Journaling works, folks.

I started swimming 1/2 mile, 4 times per week.

Today my fasting blood sugar was 93 and it’s been in the 90’s for almost a week.

Cinnamon, Vinegar and Cumin with a bit of exercise and improved diet works so well I’m adding tumeric with black pepper, Fenugreek and a few other supplements to my diet.

I feel better than I have in months and am definitely on the right track to reducing my A1C and getting off some of the diabetic meds I’m on. Oh, and I’ve lost a couple of pounds. My caloric intake on MyFitnessPal is set for me to lose 1 pound per week. I know that doesn’t sound like much but so far I’m on target and if I keep this up for a year I’ll be below 200 pounds for the first time since I was 45–and that’s more than twenty years ago, folks.

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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
Cast Iron wrote:
I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
Cast Iron wrote:
I understand the idea behind LifeStraw and what I am seeing from the link provided for Survival Filter, light weight, ease of portability.

However, after last years drought, I completely switched to gravity filters. I can filter 3L of water in a few minutes, and take it with me. My range in between refills is increased, I am not dependent on keeping within a given distance from a water source, and I am a lot less likely to become a heat case in hot/drought like conditions.

I have a co-worker who is pro-LifeStraw. I asked him how long would it take him to fill a 16oz canteen using the suck and spit method? A 3L hydration bladder?

I agree with you completely. I have an AquaRain model 404 gravity water filter at home and I use it all the time. For backpacking or trekking in arid areas your method is best. But for those who find natural water sources the Survivor filter is terrific. You should have both. Drink with the Survivor filter when near water use your 3L bladder when not. It will make the water supply in your 3L bladder last longer. btw Is it a Camelback?

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Books • Re: Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF and You Live In Suburb

August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE wrote:

whitebear54 wrote:DrivenbyKnowledge,

My webmaster says the link is working.

Were you on my webpage when you tried it? If not, go to my webpage at
http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com and try it again. Could have just been a glitch in the server.

Yes I was on your site. It wasn’t working.

Did it again just now the exact same way as before….It worked this time. She fixed it.
Got the conformation email and confirmed.

Glad I could help…

Excellent, and thank you again for pointing out the problem. btw. I really like the quotes in your signature and I hope you like the book. I am very interested in getting reader comments from Preppers as well as those badly needed reviews.

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Books • Re: Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF and You Live In Suburb

August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE wrote:

whitebear54 wrote:DrivenbyKnowledge,

My webmaster says the link is working.

Were you on my webpage when you tried it? If not, go to my webpage at
http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com and try it again. Could have just been a glitch in the server.

Yes I was on your site. It wasn’t working.

Did it again just now the exact same way as before….It worked this time. She fixed it.
Got the conformation email and confirmed.

Glad I could help…

Excellent, and thank you again for pointing out the problem. btw. I really like the quotes in your signature and I hope you like the book. I am very interested in getting reader comments from Preppers as well as those badly needed reviews.

Statistics: Posted by whitebear54 — Sun Aug 27, 2017 2:37 pm


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Books • Re: Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF and You Live In Suburb

August 27, 2017 whitebear54 0
DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE wrote:
Your subscription link isnt working Richard.

Email–OK
First name–OK
Last name—OK

Subscribe—-Dead link…nothing happens.

I’m very sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for letting me know. I’ll get it fixed. What is supposed to happen is you get an email asking if you really want to subscribe. Once you click yes you can download the book. This is what is known as a double opt-in and it keeps people from signing up by accident.

Please let me know if you didn’t get that opt-in email. If your email address isn’t from a recognized provider or was entered incorrectly that can cause a problem too. Had that happen to a lady in Australia.

I’ve emailed my webmaster to get it fixed and will post back here when she says it’s working.

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Books • Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF and You Live In Suburbia

August 26, 2017 whitebear54 0

BUGGING IN: WHAT TO DO WHEN TSHTF and YOU LIVE IN SUBURBIA is now available.

https://www.amazon.com/Bugging-What-Whe … bugging+in

I have published the ebook on Amazon, Kobo, and many other places. I’m having trouble getting it up on iBooks because they want me to strip out most of the product/book/information links I included for the convenience of my readers. Boo iBooks!

I’m also working on getting it out in print form–a work in progress, but should be done within a week or two.

I priced the ebook version at 99 cents, but you can get it for free if you visit my author website and sign up for my free monthly Dying Time Newsletter. I will keep you up to date on all my writing projects while adding a dose of Prepper information.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

I hope someone out there will write a review of the book and post it on Amazon, here, and in the rest of the known universe. :)

Here’s the book blurb.

Your electrical power fails due to a storm, terrorist attack, EMP or other catastrophe. Hyperinflation leads to an economic collapse and food and medical supplies stop flowing to the cities. A pandemic spreads death around the globe.

This book offers specific, practical advice and instruction, as well as general guidelines you will have to tailor to your unique circumstances, to help you keep your family as relatively secure as possible. You will learn what to stock up on, what skills you should endeavor to acquire, and what actions you must take to give your family a chance at surviving the disaster and chaos that may strike at any time.

What if help isn’t coming? What if you have nowhere to go that is more safe and secure than your own home? What if bridges are down or highways clogged with stalled vehicles and you are forced to stay home? How would you provide for your family? How would you protect them?

If you have ever entertained those questions, this is the book for you.

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Books • Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF and You Live In Suburbia

August 26, 2017 whitebear54 0

BUGGING IN: WHAT TO DO WHEN TSHTF and YOU LIVE IN SUBURBIA is now available.

https://www.amazon.com/Bugging-What-Whe … bugging+in

I have published the ebook on Amazon, Kobo, and many other places. I’m having trouble getting it up on iBooks because they want me to strip out most of the product/book/information links I included for the convenience of my readers. Boo iBooks!

I’m also working on getting it out in print form–a work in progress, but should be done within a week or two.

I priced the ebook version at 99 cents, but you can get it for free if you visit my author website and sign up for my free monthly Dying Time Newsletter. I will keep you up to date on all my writing projects while adding a dose of Prepper information.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

I hope someone out there will write a review of the book and post it on Amazon, here, and in the rest of the known universe. :)

Here’s the book blurb.

Your electrical power fails due to a storm, terrorist attack, EMP or other catastrophe. Hyperinflation leads to an economic collapse and food and medical supplies stop flowing to the cities. A pandemic spreads death around the globe.

This book offers specific, practical advice and instruction, as well as general guidelines you will have to tailor to your unique circumstances, to help you keep your family as relatively secure as possible. You will learn what to stock up on, what skills you should endeavor to acquire, and what actions you must take to give your family a chance at surviving the disaster and chaos that may strike at any time.

What if help isn’t coming? What if you have nowhere to go that is more safe and secure than your own home? What if bridges are down or highways clogged with stalled vehicles and you are forced to stay home? How would you provide for your family? How would you protect them?

If you have ever entertained those questions, this is the book for you.

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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 26, 2017 whitebear54 0
AuntBee wrote:

whitebear54 wrote:Yeti,

I hadn’t heard about them either until I stumbled across them while doing research on water filtration for my upcoming book titled “Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF And You Live In Suburbia.”

Let us know when the book comes out!

Aunt Bee

I have published the ebook on Amazon, Kobo, and many other places.

http://amzn.to/2dFHyJN

I’m having trouble getting it up on iBooks because they want me to strip out most of the product/book/information links I included for the convenience of my readers. Boo iBooks!

I’m also working on getting it out in print form–a work in progress, but should be done within a week or two.

I priced the ebook version at 99 cents, but you can get it for free if you visit my author website and sign up for my free monthly Dying Time Newsletter. I will keep you up to date on all my writing projects while adding a dose of Prepper information.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

I hope someone out there will write a review of the book and post it on Amazon, here, and in the rest of the known universe. :)

Here’s the book blurb.

Your electrical power fails due to a storm, terrorist attack, EMP or other catastrophe. Hyperinflation leads to an economic collapse and food and medical supplies stop flowing to the cities. A pandemic spreads death around the globe.

This book offers specific, practical advice and instruction, as well as general guidelines you will have to tailor to your unique circumstances, to help you keep your family as relatively secure as possible. You will learn what to stock up on, what skills you should endeavor to acquire, and what actions you must take to give your family a chance at surviving the disaster and chaos that may strike at any time.

What if help isn’t coming? What if you have nowhere to go that is more safe and secure than your own home? What if bridges are down or highways clogged with stalled vehicles and you are forced to stay home? How would you provide for your family? How would you protect them?

If you have ever entertained those questions, this is the book for you.

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Water • Re: Survival Filter better than LifeStraw

August 26, 2017 whitebear54 0
AuntBee wrote:

whitebear54 wrote:Yeti,

I hadn’t heard about them either until I stumbled across them while doing research on water filtration for my upcoming book titled “Bugging In–What To Do When TSHTF And You Live In Suburbia.”

Let us know when the book comes out!

Aunt Bee

I have published the ebook on Amazon, Kobo, and many other places.

http://amzn.to/2dFHyJN

I’m having trouble getting it up on iBooks because they want me to strip out most of the product/book/information links I included for the convenience of my readers. Boo iBooks!

I’m also working on getting it out in print form–a work in progress, but should be done within a week or two.

I priced the ebook version at 99 cents, but you can get it for free if you visit my author website and sign up for my free monthly Dying Time Newsletter. I will keep you up to date on all my writing projects while adding a dose of Prepper information.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

I hope someone out there will write a review of the book and post it on Amazon, here, and in the rest of the known universe. :)

Here’s the book blurb.

Your electrical power fails due to a storm, terrorist attack, EMP or other catastrophe. Hyperinflation leads to an economic collapse and food and medical supplies stop flowing to the cities. A pandemic spreads death around the globe.

This book offers specific, practical advice and instruction, as well as general guidelines you will have to tailor to your unique circumstances, to help you keep your family as relatively secure as possible. You will learn what to stock up on, what skills you should endeavor to acquire, and what actions you must take to give your family a chance at surviving the disaster and chaos that may strike at any time.

What if help isn’t coming? What if you have nowhere to go that is more safe and secure than your own home? What if bridges are down or highways clogged with stalled vehicles and you are forced to stay home? How would you provide for your family? How would you protect them?

If you have ever entertained those questions, this is the book for you.

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First Aid & Medicine • Re: Poison ivy?

August 18, 2017 whitebear54 0
anita wrote:
I got something called Zanfel, which I tried last night–oh my gosh! It’s awesome! After only getting about 4 hours sleep the night before, I slept through the night last night.

It’s not gone, but definitely dried up and the skin isn’t sensitive at all, and I haven’t been itchy. It was expensive, but worth it. I’m going to get a tube for my stash–it has about a 10 year shelf life.

I totally agree. Zanfel (aka Zanifel or Zanefel) is magic. It actually washes the urushiol toxin from poison ivy, oak or sumac off your body to relieve the itch. The only thing I know of that does that. I would have killed for this when I was a kid.

https://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&keywo … e0k4_b_p20

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 17, 2017 whitebear54 0
ForwardPreppers wrote:
Hubs did some research on the cinnamon and thinks he might give it a try.

Blood work results after eating low(er) carb, losing 16 pounds and taking ACV each night for 3 months:

A1C – from 7.8 to 6.4
Glucose -from 180’s to 111

He did notice more tummy trouble when he forgot to pack his vinegar last week in combination with eating out off his normal diet at home.
We will continue on our plan and see if it goes down again in 3 months.

Mrs FP

Woo Hoo! That is terrific. I’ll keep trying it and see what happens to my A1C.

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 12, 2017 whitebear54 0
ForwardPreppers wrote:
Hubs has been taking a shot of Braggs ACV with a little water every evening. I think he read to do it at night and it doesn’t make him get up in the night. His blood work is Monday. His doctor gave him 3 months to get his A1C down or he would have to get on meds. We are trying to avoid the meds with low carb diet, weight loss and ACV.
Fingers crossed that he’s made a difference.
Mrs FP

Good luck, and please let us know how it turns out.

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 12, 2017 whitebear54 0
ForwardPreppers wrote:
Hubs has been taking a shot of Braggs ACV with a little water every evening. I think he read to do it at night and it doesn’t make him get up in the night. His blood work is Monday. His doctor gave him 3 months to get his A1C down or he would have to get on meds. We are trying to avoid the meds with low carb diet, weight loss and ACV.
Fingers crossed that he’s made a difference.
Mrs FP

Good luck, and please let us know how it turns out.

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 12, 2017 whitebear54 0
ForwardPreppers wrote:
Hubs has been taking a shot of Braggs ACV with a little water every evening. I think he read to do it at night and it doesn’t make him get up in the night. His blood work is Monday. His doctor gave him 3 months to get his A1C down or he would have to get on meds. We are trying to avoid the meds with low carb diet, weight loss and ACV.
Fingers crossed that he’s made a difference.
Mrs FP

Good luck, and please let us know how it turns out.

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Medical Experts • Re: Benefits of Vinegar???

August 10, 2017 whitebear54 0
Fullmoon wrote:
Anytime you can wean yourself off the meds its to your advantage to do it. I take a shot glass of apple cider vinegar mixed with the juice of one lemon, topped off with ice cold water, a 12 ounce glass of this every day will eliminate gout pain in the foot. I don’t know if my glucose levels have changed from drinking this but wild swings in the numbers no longer happen. They seem to have stabilized. Most big pharma meds have side effects like “unexplained rapid weight gain” so it defies logic to take these meds as they benefit big pharma and not the patient. Weight gain just causes more problems like high blood pressure so they can sell you more meds which in turn cause more side effects and its a never ending cycle to sell more pills.

Thank you. I agree about the side effects. Seems like once I got started on the meds I could not lose weight. Also as time has gone on I need more and more meds to keep the A1C under control. It’s expensive and it stinks to have to carry a pharmacy with me any time I travel. I’ll try the shot glass Idea and forward it to a friend who suffers from gout.

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Medical Experts • Benefits of Vinegar???

August 10, 2017 whitebear54 0

I’ve been reading how sipping some apple cider vinegar can help me cut down my belly fat and also help lower my A1C–I’m trying to do something to get of some of the meds I’m on for my type II diabetes. Any truth to it?

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Books • Re: American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

August 4, 2017 whitebear54 0
kenjabroni wrote:
I will definitely look up these books. Im a very huge reader of this genre. Ive bought some and I use Kindle Unlimited too.

Thank you. I hope you enjoy them. I’m a huge fan of Kindle Unlimited. I’m a bit bummed out because my Kindle Paperwhite just died, but I still have my Kindle Fire–just can’t use it for reading outside or in bright rooms. :) One of these days I WILL replace the Paperwhite.

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Books • Re: American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

August 4, 2017 whitebear54 0
kenjabroni wrote:
I will definitely look up these books. Im a very huge reader of this genre. Ive bought some and I use Kindle Unlimited too.

Thank you. I hope you enjoy them. I’m a huge fan of Kindle Unlimited. I’m a bit bummed out because my Kindle Paperwhite just died, but I still have my Kindle Fire–just can’t use it for reading outside or in bright rooms. :) One of these days I WILL replace the Paperwhite.

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Books • Re: American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

August 4, 2017 whitebear54 0
LetsPrep11 wrote:
Awesome!! I love all your books. When it becomes available for purchase, would you please post a reminder. Guess I’d better reread ‘Tap Doubt’, to refresh my memory. Thanks for posting this update!

I’m so glad you like my books. I will definitely post when it is available for pre-order–should be very soon–as well as when it’s available for download and in print.

I have a question though. Where is Florida Zone 4?

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Books • Re: American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

August 4, 2017 whitebear54 0
LetsPrep11 wrote:
Awesome!! I love all your books. When it becomes available for purchase, would you please post a reminder. Guess I’d better reread ‘Tap Doubt’, to refresh my memory. Thanks for posting this update!

I’m so glad you like my books. I will definitely post when it is available for pre-order–should be very soon–as well as when it’s available for download and in print.

I have a question though. Where is Florida Zone 4?

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Books • American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

August 3, 2017 whitebear54 0

The second book in my War Corps series, titled, AMERICAN JIHAD is being released on September 1, 2017. All of my series books are stand alone novels with complete plots.

When the Towers fell on 9/11 American Arab Aden Saud lost his parents and was left with a burning desire to take the war to the terrorists—one bullet at a time. He travels to Iraq and begins hunting terrorist leaders—and soon finds himself hunted by the terrorists, the Iraqi police and even the CIA. But when the CIA agent charged with finding him tumbles to a plot to attack an American city with a WMD the rules of engagement change completely.

Please visit my author’s website to read a sample chapter of this book and all my others.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

TAP DOUBT: Your Next Drink of Water Could Kill You–the first book in the War Corps series is available on Amazon.

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Books • American Jihad (War Corps Book 2)

August 3, 2017 whitebear54 0

The second book in my War Corps series, titled, AMERICAN JIHAD is being released on September 1, 2017. All of my series books are stand alone novels with complete plots.

When the Towers fell on 9/11 American Arab Aden Saud lost his parents and was left with a burning desire to take the war to the terrorists—one bullet at a time. He travels to Iraq and begins hunting terrorist leaders—and soon finds himself hunted by the terrorists, the Iraqi police and even the CIA. But when the CIA agent charged with finding him tumbles to a plot to attack an American city with a WMD the rules of engagement change completely.

Please visit my author’s website to read a sample chapter of this book and all my others.

http://www.RaymondDeanWhite.com

TAP DOUBT: Your Next Drink of Water Could Kill You–the first book in the War Corps series is available on Amazon.

Statistics: Posted by whitebear54 — Thu Aug 03, 2017 11:26 am