As we have learned with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), a major disaster can strike anywhere, anytime, and in any form. Survival depends as much on what we know as what we do. Learn the skills you need to survive.
This book explores everything that man and Mother Nature can unleash, from hurricanes to blizzards, shark attacks to plane crashes, even mass shootings, nuclear assault, and pandemics. With practical advice from leading experts, how-to tips and important tasks to do right now, plus real-life stories from people who endured catastrophe and lived to tell about it, this book is a comprehensive guide on what to do before, during and after disaster. Owning this book could mean the difference between life and losing it all.
About the Author
Michael Fleeman covered earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, brush fires and other disasters as a reporter for the Associated Press before moving to the most dangerous beat of all—Hollywood—as west coast editor of People Magazine’s website. Now a TV producer for the crime series Betrayed on Investigation Discovery, Fleeman has authored a dozen true crime books and recently co-wrote a celebrity cancer memoir with Animaniacs star Rob Paulsen. He also appears as a commentator on the series In Plain Sight on ID and Deep Undercover on Netflix, and teaches writing courses at UCLA Extension. He is also the author of How to Survive Anything and he lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three hungry cats.