9 comments on “Preppers’ Guide for Writers

  1. Heh. As a writer with a perhaps unhealthy interest in potential destabilization of society, I thoroughly enjoyed this. It occurred to me that memorizing certain books, as in Fahrenheit 451, might be a good idea to pass them on in case the copies are mostly lost for a time. Who’s in? I’ll take the entire Odd Thomas series.

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    • It’s a deal – and being more of a traditional/classic gal, I’ll take a selected few Shakespeare and Agatha Christie, and for the kids, The House At Pooh Corner which I love for it’s subversive satire – esp where Pooh posits a random stick as ‘the north pole’.
      Spread the word, Edward!

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  2. Mmmm… Love the pens down the socks idea! We’ve just got back from a camping trip and could have asked you for some ideas for taking the obscure things that you can’t live without but take them so much for granted that you forget them! Well done as usual!

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