Stories bring meaning to facts and that's what this podcast is all about. The Changing Earth Podcast is a podcast that features the fictional novel, Day After Disaster, chapter by chapter in each episode. This is an action packed adventure novel and presents many survival topics within its pages. After reading a chapter, Sara will be hosting survival professionals from across the United States to talk about concepts that were discussed within that chapter of the novel. It is a great way to explore survival fiction and fact and learn while you are entertained.
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Inventive and Informative!
This poscast strikes a perfect balance between entertainment and education. It has been a great journey to watch Sara become refined as an author. When others may have given up, the strength of her spirit has pulled her through. Her prepper fiction is some of the best available today!
Keep up the great work
I am hook line and sinker into this series. Love to see Sarah's growth as a writer. Keep writing. Would just like to hear less intro/Bio about the guest speakers. Thanks!
Great read and good information
I really enjoy the book series and the the way it pulls you in wanting more. What I enjoy even more is your interviews with subject matter experts after each chapter. I love the great focus on the simple practical things we all can do and how it will help not just with world catastrophic events but also with personal and family catastrophes and even job loss. The concepts are not some difficult expensive thing instead it's things we all can do that not only help us in times of need but save us money in the long run too. Thank you for putting all the hard work and giving us entertaining and relevant information.