A Gang Infiltrator Falls for a Girl He Cannot Pursue in Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too

Gang infiltrator David feels an immediate bond with Jennifer. Their lives become intertwined ... but their feelings could prove deadly. Crime, secrets and love unexpressed meet in Dèjá Vu and Fritters Too. - November 16, 2012

Beyond Bullying, Fair Weather Friends: Loony Lori Published by Outskirts Press

Children’s author Karen Lee Snyder shows the perennial problems children face with finding true friendship and avoiding bullying and provides an innovative lesson in solutions for her young readers. - November 11, 2012

Changing Our Brain: Letting Go for Fun and Profit Published by Outskirts Press

Authors Mary Sommerset and Jean Stoll show readers that eye opening new discoveries in brain science now make it possible to change behavior at any age and to have fun doing so. - November 11, 2012

Political, Social and Pop Culture Musings from the World's Finer Minds Shared in Crossing the Seas: A Diary of My Thoughts

Yuehai Xiao mused on politics, society and culture on his blog and Facebook posts, sharing inspiration with the greatest thinkers of our time. He shares these insights in Crossing the Seas, published by Author House. - November 09, 2012

Bilingual Tale Rocky’s ABC Book with His Friends Published by Outskirts Press

Children’s book author, M. U. Salas-Tristan entertains and educates young readers and listeners with this bilingual/photographic ABC book about Rocky the Chihuahua and his seven delightful animal compadres. - November 07, 2012

Polar Bear Arctic Home Melting: Tears for Nanertak Published by Outskirts Press

Author and artist Skip Hofstrand asks his young readers “What happens when your home disappears?” to teach them about global warming and the plight of the polar bears now losing their Arctic homes. - November 03, 2012

Outskirts Press Sponsors NaNoWriMo 2012

Leading self-publishing and book marketing service provider, Outskirts Press, announces sponsorship of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in November. Sponsorships help NaNoWriMo continue to offer valuable creative writing programs. - November 02, 2012

New Study Demonstrates Business is Biggest Beneficiary of Gulf War Vets

Kathleen O. Beauchesne’s study shows “We are now poised as a country either to repeat the mistakes of the Vietnam era or to create the services and supports that our returning veterans deserve.” - November 01, 2012

Author Details What to do in Life to Avoid Hell in Steps to Heaven

Wealth and power cannot stop the hands of time – death in inevitable. In Steps to Heaven, author Olufemi Adeniji explains actions believers can take in life to ensure an eternity in Heaven. - October 31, 2012

Open the Door to a Culturally Rich World by Helping Others Acquire English: Global TESOL Takes the Mystique Out of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Global TESOL is an orientation into the professional of teaching English to speakers of other languages and a practical guide to developing and teaching courses and lessons anywhere across the globe. - October 31, 2012

Cupid’s Arrow: Magic or Maleficent Force? Tickle Me Published by Outskirts Press

Veteran novelist Monica Bouvier’s latest work is a tale of wanton love, decadent seduction and dangerous liaisons as a meek young woman gets caught up in love’s unscrupulous web of deception. - October 25, 2012

Crime and Corruption Abound in Scintillating Murder on False River

A woman’s race for political office uncovers a web of scandals and lies. The thrilling tale of murder, romance and corruption are intricately woven in, Murder on False River. - October 24, 2012

Moby Dick as Gentle Friend: Ferdinand The Fisherman Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated epic fantasy and fiction from Anniston, AL author, D. H. Faulkner. - October 24, 2012

Outskirts Press Reveals Top 10 Best Selling Books in Self-Publishing for September 2012

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for September. - October 24, 2012

New Humor Memoir & Misadventures of a Mad Inventor Published by Outskirts Press

Aerospace engineer, pilot and author Robert E. Gross learns that surviving as an inventor means developing a sense of humor after he’s struck in the head by his first rocket plane at age six. - October 18, 2012

Outskirts Press Announces Release Nursing Jambalaya, a Book of True-Life RN Tales

Meet the Real "Nurse Jackie." RNs Jacqueline Spencer, Lynell Whittington-Brignac and Beverly S. Ward dish on what really goes on behind the scenes of a nurse's life in Nursing Jambalaya with Gumbo on the Side published through self-publishing giant, Outskirts Press. - October 16, 2012

Young Readers Swept Away to a Land of Enchantment in Unee the Unicorn, First Book in The Mythfitz Series, Published by Outskirts Press

Danger abounds, and Unee the Unicorn must make quick decisions when he finds himself trapped in a maze and must beat the creature whom lives there. This first book in a series of fantastic adventure tales, Unee the Unicorn takes young readers on a thrilling adventure as he travels to meet his friends, the Mythfitz. - October 16, 2012

New Radio Interview Package Including Media Training for Self-Publishing Authors, Offered by Outskirts Press

Self-publishing and book marketing service provider, Outskirts Press, has launched a service that provides authors with priceless national publicity and valuable media training all in one. - October 16, 2012

600 Pounds of Potatoes: The Tarbaby Chronicles Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated humor and anecdotes book from Brewton, AL author, Pat Jarvis. - October 15, 2012

New Novel Exposes Mistreatment of German Civilians Following WWII, Barbed Wire and Daisies by Carol Strazer

Colorado author Carol Strazer stumbled upon an amazing and little-known episode from World War II during a casual conversation with a friend. The woman recalled fleeing Germany with her mother and young siblings, one step ahead of the invading Russian army. With nowhere else to turn, the... - October 12, 2012

New Book: “Finding the Prosperity Within” Your Success is Waiting to be Unleashed

We don’t need to look far to find prosperity. Brian Webster shows that it’s always been within us. It’s just been hidden by self-defeating thoughts we’ve adopted over time. It’s time to let it go! - October 12, 2012

Entrepreneur Reveals Secrets to Success in Challenging Times with Live to Tell Your Story Published by Outskirts Press

Every episode of life is a story, each with a buried lesson to be learned. Successful international entrepreneur Dave La Rue plumbs wisdom and inspiration from these tales readers can use to achieve their own success in his book, Live to Tell Your Story, published by Outskirts Press. - October 12, 2012

Infinite Human Resource: Secrets to a Creative Mind Published by Outskirts Press

Renowned entrepreneur David Nutting reveals the secrets he has learned about the creative mind in his five decades inventing and designing everything from the first SUV to the first personal computer. - October 12, 2012

Complimentary Content Marketing Webinar for Book Authors - Presented by Outskirts Press

Authors can pick up valuable book marketing skills in a free, live webinar offered by leading self-publishing and book marketing services provider, Outskirts Press. The October event will teach authors how to get the most out of their publishing experience by using content marketing to promote self-published books online. - October 10, 2012

Deadly Fast, Invisible Woman Warrior in Trouganda Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist Daniel Strait’s science fiction saga brings the world’s most powerful Shadow of Thought master, Nakiata, up to the challenge of her final test in the dangerous, menacing world of Trouganda. - October 07, 2012

Three Free Amazon Marketing Options Prepare Self-Publishing Authors an Easy Way to Realize Their Dreams

The Amazon Extreme Marketing Package from Outskirts Press offers self-publishing authors a head start on book marketing by taking triple advantage of the immense audience of Amazon.com, the largest online retailer in the United States. These valuable, popular options are free for authors who start self-publishing in September. - October 06, 2012

War Between the Fallen and the Divine: Revelations Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist J. M. Sato’s first book of her dark fantasy trilogy follows the young half vampire, Rain, out of her shadowy existence into the center of the great war between the Fallen and the Divine. - October 05, 2012

Achievers’ Inspirational Guide Mastering Your Destiny Published by Outskirts Press

Author and CEO Chuks Maduadi’s recipe for success fills in the gap between God’s beautiful intention for man and God’s reality wherein each person takes responsibility for the outcome of his life. - September 30, 2012

Outskirts Press Reveals Top 10 Best Selling Books in Self-Publishing for August 2012

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for August. - September 28, 2012

Do You Talk When You Get Your Hair Done? Table Talk Published by Outskirts Press

Author and hair remover Caren A. Stein’s brutally honest and ridiculously funny memoir is “just between us girls” as she shares her conversations and experiences with her happily hairless clientele. - September 27, 2012

Putting America Right: God’s Absolutes for America Published by Outskirts Press

Author Clarence Mast issues a call to arms for the Christian church to take those actions needed to get America back on course, restore its Judeo-Christian heritage and honor the Bill of Rights. - September 27, 2012

A What if Baseball Tale: Molly O’Grady’s Home Run Published by Outskirts Press

Author Stephen R. Champi’s delightfully ironic tale may be a pop-up fly for women entering the major leagues, but it is a home run for one manager’s wife who’s ready to retire to sunny Florida. - September 27, 2012

Radiant Poems & Photos: Love Calls and Roundelays by Wyn Published by Outskirts Press

An imaginative versifier, Wyn takes readers on a lilting, well crafted tour of beauty and truth in nature and in life, through this delightful potpourri of poems and photo art. - September 27, 2012

Michael Jackson Revealed! Defending A King ~ His Life & Legacy Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the second edition—by popular demand—of the 5-star entertainment-and-performing-arts biography from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL author, Dr. Karen Moriarty. - September 22, 2012

Tale of a Charismatic Canine: The Betty Book! Published by Outskirts Press

Children’s author Pam Jameson and illustrator Victor A. Guiza present Betty, a Yellow Lab any child will want to snuggle up with, in this delightful introduction to the life of a charismatic canine. - September 21, 2012

Three New Olympus Gods and Their Universe Published by Outskirts Press

Author Stephen R. Champi introduces the great philosophers Socrates, Plato and Aristotle after their ordination at Mount Olympus and has them discuss our universe based on today’s knowledge. - September 21, 2012

Our Heart and Soul: The DNA of Gender Relationships Published by Outskirts Press

Author Stephen R. Champi brings eight decades of experience with the mysteries of the male-female relationship to this thought provoking new look at a most essential part of life on earth. - September 21, 2012

Self-Publishing Authors Can Now Capture Hollywood’s Attention More Affordably

Outskirts Press is helping self-published authors find their personal claim to fame with Hollywood-ready action plans. - September 19, 2012

MD’s Coat or Angel’s Wings? My Trip to the Hospital Published by Outskirts Press

Children’s author Christie Raines shows young readers that doctors are like angels with big white coats instead of big white wings in a tale that will help minimize any child’s fear of the hospital. - September 16, 2012

Finding a Miracle of Nature: The Hummingbird Garden Published by Outskirts Press

Author Evelyn Schwarz’s and illustrator Kitty Quinn’s children’s book is a delightful tale about the colorful, backyard world of hummingbirds and two young neighbors who gain a lesson in sharing. - September 16, 2012

Battling the Face of Evil Itself: Outskirts Press Publishes Scrolls of Darkness

Paul Henry Johnson tells how attorney Brent Michaels should have been more careful when he wished for a life less boring than his normal corporate routine and ends up instead fighting evil incarnate. - September 13, 2012

Mirror Image Foes Share a Malady: The Deadly Track Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist and veteran story teller Stephen R. Coar brings brain injured FBI Special Agent Les Cody off desk duty to pursue a psychotic, deformed serial train bomber with the same neurological malady. - September 13, 2012

A Life Fully Lived: Odyssey of a Gemini Published by DMA Publishing

This thoughtful and candid autobiography is the seldom told story of a mainstream America coming of age during the turbulent sixties and seventies and the life story of one perceptive observer of it. - September 13, 2012

A Spiritual Journaling Guide to Recovery Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated self-help and abuse book from Columbia, CT, author Gary Agnew. - September 13, 2012

Triple Treat of Free Options Offered by Outskirts Press for September, 2012 Promotion

Every writer can take advantage of some terrific free options when they choose a Diamond or Pearl Publishing package in September, 2012. - September 13, 2012

The Normal Need Not Apply? New York Roommates Published by Outskirts Press

Howard Boger’s latest fiction takes readers on a wild and entertaining romp with an assortment of characters from midtown Manhattan as an innocent man tries to find just one suitable roommate. - September 07, 2012

Archangel Gets Offer He Can’t Refuse: Boss Ralphie Published by Outskirts Press

Author Edward Carboni combines wiseguy-like archangels with the street life of Philadelphia in this humorous and touching tale of redemption on Christmas Eve. - September 07, 2012

A Story Over Half a Century in the Making: Chessman Published by Outskirts Press

Author and attorney Terrence Cooney has combined all of the facts of the Caryl Chessman case with a fiction narrative that finally takes readers into the very heart of this bizarre American matter. - September 07, 2012

The Perils of Meddling with the Past: Remember Me Published by Outskirts Press 2012 Readers Favorite Bronze Medal winner

Fiction novelist Brian L. MacLearn takes readers on an emotional and engaging trip through the land of “what if?” as a strange black hole pulls Andrew Johnson back through time into 1985. - September 07, 2012

Outskirts Press Makes Inc’s 5000 Fastest Growing List for the Fourth Year in a Row

Inc. Magazine again named self-publisher Outskirts Press one of the fastest growing private companies in America, marking the self-publisher’s fourth straight year on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list. - September 06, 2012

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