Excuse me if I’m a bit excited. My new book, Duct Tape 911, goes on sale today, and I think you’ll love it.
The whole title is Duct Tape 911: The Many Amazing Medical Things You Can Do to Tape Yourself Together. In it, through step-by-step instructions and illustrations, I show you 23 ways to substitute duct tape for medical supplies.
Scroll down for some special, limited-time offers.
About Duct Tape 911
Someone recently asked what is my number-one essential supply I’d keep in my medical kit, and I answered duct tape. She laughed, but it’s true. I love the stuff. It’s one of those items you can use in so many situations, medical and nonmedical. For medical uses, you just need a little know-how, and I provide that in the book.
I purposely published Duct Tape 911 just before Father’s Day because I think it’ll make a great gift for that, but truthfully, it makes a unique gift for birthdays, Christmas, Mother’s Day, or really anytime. Of course, you have to buy one for yourself too!
And it makes a great conversation piece. It’s fun and has plenty of illustrations, but when you get down to basics, it has a serious undertone: how to save a life. Fun but serious—goes along with my mission of teaching people by every means possible about how to handle medical situations any time expert help is not available. Knowing some of the methods described in this book could actually lead to saving a life.
What cool stuff will you learn from Duct Tape 911? Click here to find out.
Special Offers on Duct Tape 911
If you buy a copy by clicking here, for a limited time, I’ll sign it and write most any dedication inscription you dictate.
You can also buy my book through CreateSpace. Right now, it’s 10 percent off retail there; use the discount code MXJGAF9H. Or, you can always get it on Amazon. (Sorry, I can’t sign copies from those sources since they’re sent directly from the distributor.)
I’m attempting to get Duct Tape 911 stocked in some unique places. So, far, it’s in several Ace Hardware stores here in Colorado Springs and will be in my hometown True Value store in Pontotoc, MS. If it goes over, I’m hoping I other branches will be interested.
Please consider buying a copy today.