FAQs About The Survival Doctor Books

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Frequently Asked Questions About The Survival Doctor Books

How long are the books in the The Survival Doctor’s Guide series?
They’re fewer than 50 pages each. This makes them both easy to digest and affordable. Plus, during an emergency, you don’t have to wade through encyclopedic information about everything under the sun. Each book has just the targeted, in-depth information you need.

Do I have to own an e-reader to read these survival books?
No. The books will be available in a wide variety of formats, including ones for Kindles, Nooks, Macs, PCs, iPads, iPhones, and more.

You mentioned the books link to videos. How will I watch them?
You’ll watch them via the Internet. If your reader device can access the Internet, the video should pop right up. Otherwise, you can type a short link into a device that has the Internet.

Other than for viewing the videos, do I need access to the Internet to read the books?
No. The books may have one or two other links to Internet sites for further learning, but the vast majority of the links in these interactive survival books are internal. They take you to different parts of the book. You just need the Internet to download the books. After that, you can read them with no connection.

Who is Dr. Hubbard?
James Hubbard, M.D., M.P.H., is a long-time family doctor and the creator of the blog TheSurvivalDoctor.com. You can read more about him here.

How can I tell Dr. Hubbard what I think about the books? What’s his fan-mail address?
Dr. Hubbard cares deeply about his readers and what they think. They’re the reason he does what he does. He would love to hear your thoughts on his books or blog. You can send them to communications [at] thesurvivaldoctor [dot] com, and we guarantee he’ll get your email.

I have a question that’s not answered here. What should I do?
Please write communications [at] thesurvivaldoctor [dot] com, and we’ll get right back to you.