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M.D. CreekmoreMD Creekmore is a nationally known emergency preparedness consultant, blogger, and author of three books including Dirt-Cheap Survival Retreat, 31 Days to Survival, and The Prepper’s Guide to Surviving TEOTWAWKI.

He also published another book The Prepared Prepper’s Cookbook which is a collection of food storage ideas and how-to as well as a collection of easy recipes that were sent in by readers of his website.

You can find out more about his books by clicking on the links below or visiting his Amazon author page (links open at

M.D. Creekmore is also the owner and operator of a three-acre homestead in Tennessee. He is a jack-of-all-trades handyman and a compulsive news junkie who spends several hours each day reading, watching, and analyzing the news and current events.

Constantly seeking to further his homesteading and survival education, M.D. Creekmore is certified in CPR, First Aid, and AED operation. He’s completed FEMA’s Leadership and InfluenceEffective Communications and Are You Ready? An In-Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness courses and the Kentucky Hunter Education Course and is a dedicated student of military historysmall unit tactics and collapsed civilizations.

He has been interviewed as a content expert for American Survival Guide Magazine, on top of being mentioned by Mother Earth News Magazine, Backwoods Home Magazine, hundreds of blogs and online forums, websites, and several books by other authors.

M.D. Creekmore is a Paladin Press best-selling author with articles published in American Survival Guide Magazine, Survivalist Magazine and Backwoodsman Magazine. He is a full-time writer,& blogger, consultant, and publisher of and contributes regularly to LewRockwell. He has also been mentioned as a content expert for Fox News

Top five interesting facts about MD Creekmore:

  1. When I was four years old I nearly died from a rupture in my small intestine caused by a condition known as diverticulitis (rare at that age). I had to be rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery – funny thing, is I still remember everything that happened down to the last detail.
  2. My great-grandfather on my mother’s side was a full-blooded Cherokee and spoke little English. My great-grandfather on my father’s side was a full-time moonshiner.
  3. My first job was on a dairy farm cleaning manure from the shipping trailers and the barn. Now that was a dirty job.
  4. I hate to spend money. If at all possible I would rather make something than to buy it. Must be the result of being raised dirt-poor in the mountains of Appalachia.
  5. I’ve been dog bitten three-times – yet still, love dogs.
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