New 9/11 Memoir Ashes, Ashes, the Twins Fall Down Published by Anole Publishing

Pauline L. Hawkins’ memoir of the day of 9/11 will resonate with any American reader as she interlaces her own response to the attack with political background, social commentary and common sense. - June 23, 2012

New Lovers’ Guide Ecstasy, The Secrets of Endless Love Published by Robey Books

Author Marvin Lee Robey’s newest guide to endless lovemaking offers couples secrets that few have known, but which can turn a routine and unmelodic love life into a continuously ecstatic rhapsody. - June 23, 2012

Self-Publishing Authors Can Now Capture Hollywood's Attention

Outskirts Press is helping self-published authors find their personal claim to fame with Hollywood-ready treatments and screenplays. - June 21, 2012

Tale of a True 20th Century Working Woman, Lofton, Published by Outskirts Press

Veteran author Kent D. Walsh presents a panorama of twentieth century American history through his tale of the remarkable life of Lofton Fox, a woman who characterized the best of her generation. - June 21, 2012

A Transparent Solution to Debt: $25 Dollar Miracle Published by Outskirts Press

Author Kevin Simpson lays out in his new book his Trading Dollars for Dollars Membership Club as an actual solution to the exasperating paycheck to paycheck, debt ridden lives so many of us now live. - June 20, 2012

Hand, Eye, Mind, Soul: Drawing for All It’s Worth Published by Outskirts Press

In his new guide artist, author and teacher Charles Staats, Jr., helps expand the artist’s perception of form and appreciation of the senses to that level of aesthetic synthesis that true art creates. - June 19, 2012

One Event Cascades Into Suspenseful Series: Sequela Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist MP Kollman takes readers on a suspenseful ride from one simple death into a complex network of arrests, suicides and love interests as a young man wages war against the town of Jaspar. - June 16, 2012

A Death and Destiny: Lies and Love in Saint Paris Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated adult romance fiction book from Saint Paris, OH, author Constance Cupps. - June 16, 2012

Restoring Virtues to Our Lives By Setting Up Daily Silent Think Time Areas: Silent Think Time Published by Outskirts Press

Karen Zalubowski Stryker’s guides us to daily positive thinking, breathing and physical exercises, ego release, body energy awareness, and shows you how to set up a STT area, as well as introspective questions, sayings, poems, and affirmations to stimulate emotionally balanced, polite, respectful, self-controlled, children and adults, whom understand their behaviors affects our inner-connectivity to everything. All home, schools, work & counseling can benefit. - June 15, 2012

Pathway to Math Proficiency Receives the 2011 Best Book of the Year Award from Outskirts Press

Susan Mercer’s book – a mathematical workbook -- has been voted the Best Book of the Year for 2011 by voters in the second annual Outskirts Press Best Book of the Year Awards, winning a Grand Prize of $1,500. - June 14, 2012

Men of Integrity, Perseverance: A Colombian Harvest Published by Outskirts Press

Geronimo and Sherry Montemayor’s new fiction takes a Texan and a Colombian who meet in WW II through decades of cartels, kidnappings and diseases as they strive to build their coffee growing empire. - June 14, 2012

Travels in the Far East: Glimpses of the Past Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated studying and teaching history book from New Smyrna Beach, FL, author Donald F. Megnin. - June 14, 2012

Living the True Dream: Long Island Gold Published by Outskirts Press

Cherie’s new contemporary romance brings together a rock star and a children’s book writer in a heavenly tale that shows the importance of living a dream while also revealing everyone’s true dream. - June 09, 2012

Leading Self-Publishing Company Offers Two Times as Many Free Books to Authors Publishing in June

Outskirts Press today announced that authors beginning their self-publishing process in June are eligible to receive twice as many free authors’ copies with their respective publishing package. - June 07, 2012

Far More Than White Collar Crime: Gradual Descent Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist Patricia Morrissey takes readers on an increasingly ominous journey from white collar crime through murder and theft and down a final trail that points Pamela Planter and her team of forensic sleuths to the door of the White House itself. - June 02, 2012

How Children’s Dreams Can Come True: I Want to Fly Published by Outskirts Press

Playwright Allel Kheroufi new children’s book is a four part play about the intrepid Homer Duck, who must ultimately take matters into his own hands after his friends all tell him he’ll never reach his dream of being able to fly to the sun. - May 31, 2012

Hunt for Elite Vampire Traitor: Shadows of the Past Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist E. A. Jensen’s heroine Kirsa Heinrich finds she must finally face her haunted past in order to discover the true identity of a traitor, disclose a long hidden secret about her family’s unusual history and solve the recent, cryptic murders. - May 31, 2012

Fifteen Outskirts Press Authors Garner Honors in 18th Annual EVVY Awards

Outskirts Press dominates the Colorado Independent Publishers Association 18th Annual EVVY Awards annual book competition with 15 awards. - May 31, 2012

Mental Illness & Addiction, a Revealing Look in Broken Into One Peace Published by Outskirts Press

Susanna Qua announced today the release of Broken into One Peace, published by Outskirts Press. Qua’s frank disclosure of her troubled past and her carefully described spiritual journey out of it is a model of courage, perseverance and dignity which offers both hope and tangible advice to anyone on a similar path or helping others find that path. - May 27, 2012

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

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

A Truly “Special Creature”: For Her Pleasure Published by Outskirts Press

Denver Williams’ memoir is a touching memorial to his wife of fifty-three years, Jo, and to the strength and guidance she gave him as they journeyed together through life, and its trials, strengthening their wills and their love for each other. - May 23, 2012

Murder and the Magic of the Mind: Mystery Time Published by Outskirts Press

In Janet Hannah’s third Alex Kertész mystery, her dashing scientist and charismatic sleuth returns with a beautiful German colleague to solve two mysteries: the murder of an American professor and the connection between an old watch and past time. - May 22, 2012

Outskirts Press Reveals Top 10 Best Selling Book Marketing Options in Self-Publishing for April

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten book marketing options for April. - May 19, 2012

Espionage in Venezuelan Jungle: The China Oil Plot Published by Outskirts Press

Author Chuck Van Soye’s new espionage thriller drops retired civil servant turned spy Bret Lee into the midst of a high stakes international oil game between China and Venezuela in which Bret ends up being dealt what could be the most powerful hand. - May 16, 2012

New Guide for Creating the Future: Original Virtue Published by Outskirts Press

Author and pastor Robert Granger invites readers to test his hypothesis that all human beings yearn to think positively of themselves and that this yearning stems from original virtue, their innate proclivity for virtuous living. - May 16, 2012

Electoral System Pushes Two Party Politics: 1803 Published by Outskirts Press

Robert Burgett offers a simple, but fascinating examination of Article II of our Constitution and the powerful forces that gave rise to competing national parties and shows how the Twelfth Amendment was designed to combat this destructive trend. - May 16, 2012

Foundations of Discord to Foundations of Healing Published by Outskirts Press

Author and nationally renowned Reiki Master/Teacher Christopher Earle offers an interactive, two step guide to self discovery which some may find challenging, some will find exhilarating, but all will find enlightening for building better relationships. - May 16, 2012

New Truths from Ancient Texts: The Secret Door Published by Outskirts Press

By revealing the content of gospels and writings that were banned and hidden by the early church, J. A. Warrick shows the true nature of man’s salvation and reveals the truth about reincarnation, UFOs, aliens, and the coming of the antichrist. - May 16, 2012

Complimentary Book Marketing Webinar – “Crafting a Successful Social Media Strategy” Presented by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press has announced their plans to host a complimentary webinar to help authors overcome the challenges of social media. - May 12, 2012

Greatest Creation Becomes Worst Enemy: Omnipiece Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist Betty L. Sheldon presents an overview of truth in Biblical history through a fictional, space age world of dramatic interaction between cosmic beings and humanity -- paralleling the problem of sin through God’s eyes and his response to it. - May 06, 2012

Triple Treat of Free Options for Authors Self-Publishing with Outskirts Press in May

A very merry month of May is in store for any author who takes advantage of Outskirts Press Diamond or Pearl package this month as each includes nearly $300 of free marketing and distribution tools to kick start every writer’s new book sales. - May 03, 2012

Great Business Strategies: Growth Above the Clouds Published by Outskirts Press

Veteran business researcher, Michael S. Lawson, offers a crucial analysis of today’s recovering and competitive economy and provides solutions for growing business and for creating jobs within the unique opportunities in today’s challenging market. - April 28, 2012

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

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for March. - April 26, 2012

Bee Learns to Persevere: Bizzy Bee and the Flowers Published by Outskirts Press

Veteran children’s author Jill Warren’s newest juvenile fiction takes readers on Bizzy’s first extraordinary day as a young bumblebee to show that perseverance can turn obstacles into successes and that diversity plus acceptance equals cooperation. - April 25, 2012

Poetry Collection Showcases Mature Craft: Compass Published by Outskirts Press

Connecticut poet, Erik Hansen’s new collection of poetry leads readers across time and through nature as his lean lines and vibrant images provide confident direction to the heart of the human condition from a compass that is both lyrical and true. - April 22, 2012

20th Century Scarlett O’Hara: When the Bough Breaks Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist Oscar Patton has cleverly blurred the line between fact and fiction in this tale of a single, strong willed woman in a small southern town seizing the reins of a vast empire while some men must stay at home, some go abroad during WWI. - April 22, 2012

Spirited New Fables The Unseen Paths of the Forest Published by Outskirts Press

Poet and author Simona Panaitescu’s newest collection of thirteen tales of love and friendship for children offers a graceful, natural world where an evanescent magic is created by the kind acts and careful love of one small creature for another. - April 21, 2012

Patriot Fights Presidential Conspiracy in The Farm, Published by Outskirts Press

In author Charles C. Anderson’s newest thriller, Andy Carlson’s antebellum plantation becomes a key player in the action when the former SEAL resigns from the Navy after finding out that rogue CIA agents are buying up black market nuclear warheads. - April 21, 2012

New No-Nonsense Guide Is a Small Business for You? Published by Outskirts Press

Alfred Babich walks readers through the detailed steps they need to take to intelligently and confidently finance, buy and run a small business by showing them how to evaluate both the business and their own abilities to run it successfully. - April 21, 2012

A Father’s Love Never Fails: Murphy’s Town Published by Outskirts Press

Author Janie Doyle-Mansfield shows there’s nothing a father won’t do for his children. As a returning and wounded Veteran, he finds he must fight a war at home far more challenging than any battle he had to face in Afghanistan. - April 21, 2012

Outskirts Press to Boost Book Sales Through Amazon Listing Optimization

Outskirts Press announces the addition of Amazon Listing Optimization to help authors who are unfamiliar with writing for the Web make the most of their sales page. - April 18, 2012

The Road to Recovery: Surviving Mental Illness Published by Outskirts Press

Author Linda Naomi Katz provides not only valuable information to those suffering with psychological disorders, but she also offers help, hope and inspiration and the tips that are essential to making recovery possible and life worthwhile again. - April 13, 2012

Interview Becomes Threshold to New Life in The Job, Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist Cramer Louis Jackson fulfills every job seeker’s ultimate fantasy in his new science fiction romance that takes Joe Jamison from the dim ranks of the unemployed to a stellar job -- with a beautiful redhead -- that’s truly out of this world. - April 11, 2012

Top Reasons to Advertise Your Book in a National Magazine

Outskirts Press has announced the addition of low-cost, co-op advertising with Bookmarks Magazine to its full menu of author services. - April 11, 2012

Risking Life for Racial Justice: Clarabelle’s Rose Published by Outskirts Press

Judy Kashi shows the dark, appalling world of racism in the 1960’s American South as three women -- one white, one black, one mixed -- seek justice from the brutal bigotry of the KKK and find forgiveness, redemption and friendship along the way. - April 11, 2012

Words to a Child: If There's A Mailbox In Heaven Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated religion and inspiration book from Huntington Beach, CA author, Celeste N. Bowers and illustrator Melaine Valentin. - April 04, 2012

Overview of UCRA: The "New" Pan-Africanism – 2020 Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated political science, political ideologies and democracy book from Palm Coast, FL author, Edward H. Brown, Jr., MPA. - April 04, 2012

Hoots, Snorts, Laughs, Giggles: The Big Book of Dan Published by Outskirts Press

Author and humorist Daniel C. Dulik invites readers to take their heads out of the box and sit down and enjoy this collection of witty, satirical essays about everyday life written from his own uniquely fresh and brainy perspective. - April 03, 2012

If There’s a Mailbox in Heaven Published by Outskirts Press

The author’s ten year old daughter, Christina, did not ask “Why me?” when she was diagnosed with cancer. Instead she proclaimed, “Use me, use me, Lord, for your Name and Glory.” This is the remarkable story of an even more remarkable young girl. - April 03, 2012

Marilyn Monroe Saved; JFK Plot Foiled? What She Knew Published by Gator Creek Artists Entertainment

Authors K. R. Hughes and T. L. Burns bring history, suspense and a cast of charismatic characters together as Peter Lawford and Bobby Kennedy rescue the very much alive Marilyn so they can use her knowledge to foil the assassination of JFK. - April 03, 2012

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