Life is Cruel for the Hunted: The Realms of Animar Published by Outskirts Press

Owen Black’s debut novel takes readers into a fascinating, but perilous medieval world where every person has two forms, one human, one animal, and life is a daily struggle to survive. - April 03, 2012

Art Exercises That Work: Drawing for All It’s Worth Published by Outskirts Press

Artist and teacher Charles Staats, Jr. opens readers’ eyes to the world of drawing and the practice of art with innovative techniques and exercises that help both beginning and experienced artists shape their skills and enhance their talents. - April 03, 2012

Poems from an Open Space: A Reality Revolution Published by Outskirts Press

David Domon’s new collection of poetry with Isabella Zumas is a rhythmic adventure of looking at life from the open spaces that honesty provides and seeing, anew, the simplicity that is there, beyond a world so firmly built on complexity and lies. - April 03, 2012

Self-Publishing a Full-Color Book for Children Just Got Easier

Outskirts Press has taken its decade of experience publishing children’s books and put together the ideal, one-click, full color publishing package for authors of children’s books who want 100% royalties and zero percent confusion. - March 29, 2012

Hearts Taken Captive in War: A Voice in the Wind Published by Outskirts Press

Donald Risho takes readers on the turbulent journey of a shy young schoolteacher from New Hampshire through the maelstrom of the Civil War and his encounters with the great men and remarkable scoundrels who afterward gave birth to a new nation. - March 24, 2012

When Truth Won’t Work: Death at Willow Creek Mine Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist J. D. Savid takes readers deep underground into the dangers of gold mining and deep into the hearts of three brothers whose growing enmity results in a tragedy that requires the ultimate cover-up to show their actual love for each other. - March 24, 2012

Empowering New Daily Intention Guide, Prayers of Two Women, Published by Outskirts Press

Authors Elizabeth Bell and Maxine Barish-Wreden offer a unique form of shared daily prayer centered on the power of intention to create one’s life and to generate energy, love, humor, compassion and intimate friendship. - March 24, 2012

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

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for February. - March 22, 2012

Common Sense Skills for Classrooms: Killer Whales Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated education and classroom management book from Erie, KS authors, Traci Hinman and Stacy Turner. - March 21, 2012

No Chance for the Children: Downside Road Published by Outskirts Press

Novelist Jerry Turner presents a gritty saga of the demise of a family headed by a former Army captain in WWII who never recovers from shell shock or from his failure to save a young girl in the Resistance when the prison they are in is bombed. - March 21, 2012

Cult Cautions: The Cult Worship and the Warriors Published by Outskirts Press

Maria Sanctissima Trinidad cautions readers about the dangers of cults and cult leaders by telling her own dramatic story of enlisting as a “warrior” in a Christian group with a leader bent on subduing members with her own proclaimed “divinity.” - March 21, 2012

Return of the British Detectives: Parrot & Sweeney Published by Outskirts Press

Alan Roberts’ new trilogy of complex murder mysteries features plots that are delightfully surprising and humor that is eccentrically British set within a pithy film noir atmosphere that hints at far more than what lurks in just the surface shadows. - March 21, 2012

Point, Click, Build - iBuilt: The House The Internet Built Published by Outskirts Press

How a home owner and remodeler of houses used the resources of the internet to build and renovate, saving thousands of dollars. - March 21, 2012

Two Eras...Superimposed: Brooklyn Revisited Published by Outskirts Press

Brooklyn is in Gloria Golden’s blood. Its essence is also in this rich collection of her black and white photographs of Brooklyn neighborhoods, street corners and inhabitants which breathe with the life of the classic and the revitalized borough. - March 21, 2012

New Christian Guide for Riches, Wealth and Honor Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated business, economics, accounting and finances book from Spring, TX author, Dr. Gregg Thomas. - March 21, 2012

Nerd to Bully… and Back Again? Blog of a Bully Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated juvenile fiction and chapter book from Glendale, AZ, author Stephen Zanzucchi. - March 21, 2012

Outskirts Press Announces Winner of Barnes & Noble NOOK in Facebook Contest

Results are in from leading self-publisher Outskirts Press’ Facebook contest and David Olson of Albuquerque, NM is the winner of a new Barnes & Noble NOOK in the random drawing from among all the publisher’s Facebook friends. - March 16, 2012

Patricia A. Hawkenson Video Takes First Place in Outskirts Press “Love” Contest

Poet, artist and educator Patrica A. Hawkenson received her “valentine” of a free Apple iPad 2 from Outskirts Press when her delightful video was voted number one by the self-publisher’s fans in their Valentines Day “Show Me the Love” video contest. - March 15, 2012

Global Warming or Global Mayhem? Operation Seeding Published by Outskirts Press.

Michael Andrisano’s new meteorological mystery makes murder the method of choice to protect the government’s secret dealings with HT Wetco a firm whose specialty is controlling the weather. Going undetected for sixty years until a greedy senator select discovers their secrets. While around it the forces of global greed and corruption continue to wrestle for control of the weather so they can also control the world. - March 10, 2012

Outskirts Press Announces Free Enhanced Interior Formatting for Self-Publishing Authors in March

Outskirts Press knows that authors care not only about the quality of their writing, but also about the quality of their books, and their Enhanced Interior option lets writers personally fine tune the individual style of their book’s format. - March 07, 2012

Frank New Memoir Real Time with Miss Bipolar Bitch Published by Outskirts Press

Wonda Lee Davis was one of those who the world labeled a “bipolar b*tch,” but her brave self-help memoir shows how she was able to overcome hatred from others and from herself and keep bipolar disorder from standing in the way of living her life. - March 06, 2012

Compassionate Healer… and Merciless Assassin: Jacob’s War Published by Outskirts Press

J. B. Kaufman’s carefully researched saga of Jacob Kane’s metamorphosis from child music prodigy to renowned neurosurgeon to Mossad assassin, is the tale of a compassionate man who will be forced to answer a possibly life-changing question regarding who he is, and who he wishes to be to himself – and to his people. - March 06, 2012

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

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for January. - March 01, 2012

It’s Dangerous to be Her Friend: Wally Wander Published by Outskirts Press

NovaMelia’s newest fiction brings her readers into a world of unusual perceptions and extra dimensions as Wally puzzles her way through – and, she hopes, out of -- the scramble of good intentions gone wrong which her life seems to have become. - February 29, 2012

Love, Loss and the Fervor of Faith: He Answered Published by Outskirts Press

Author L. V. Robinson’s debut novel takes readers on a journey through love, loss and struggle in a story that will inspire readers to keep the faith, no matter what, and help them understand the signs that point to those who should be avoided. - February 26, 2012

Tenets Behind 12 Steps: Practice These Principles Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces the latest highly anticipated self-help and twelve step programs book from West Palm Beach, FL author, Ray A. - February 26, 2012

U. S. German Prisoner of War Camp Focus of Kaiser Brightman 082314, Published by Outskirts Press

Three young heroes of Michael Springer’s new novel find themselves face-to-face with two hundred members of General Rommel’s Afrika Korps in a German prisoner of war camp on an island in the Minnesota River at New Bonn. - February 26, 2012

3 Reasons Self-Publishing Authors Need Social Media

Outskirts Press introduces a new Author Platform Set-up through Social Media option to help all authors, self-publishing and otherwise, take advantage of the power of social media to establish their author platform. - February 24, 2012

Outskirts Press Presents Fandemonium Volume 2 Published by Outskirts Press

Self-publisher Outskirts Press announces its own latest highly anticipated literary collection. - February 23, 2012

Cyber Sleuth Takes on Drug Ring

Novelist H. Trussell Pyle’s new character discovers that trying to match wits with a Florida drug kingpin might require more than brains to sidestep a cop hot on his trail, and a nun who’s involved in drug smuggling. - February 19, 2012

Win a Free Apple iPad 2 in the Outskirts Press "Show Me Your Love" Social Media Event for Self-Publishing Authors This Valentine's Day

Leading self-publishing firm Outskirts Press is becoming every writer’s valentine this year with a celebration of love during the “Show Me Your Love” contest in which self-published authors will have a chance to win a free Apple iPad 2. - February 15, 2012

What is the Price of Freedom? Rebellion of Silence Published by Outskirts Press

In this futuristic, fantasy tale of rebellion, author Brittney Martin’s heroine must fight with her peers to bring justice to a society screaming for mercy, but yet believing they must pay with sacrifice and death to gain their final freedom. - February 11, 2012

Do Bailouts Really Anger Americans? Parent Bailout Published by Outskirts Press

School administrator and community leader Dr. Charlotte Rainey Green introduces readers to the bailout that is really crippling America today -- a bailout that is seldom recognized, but continues to undermine America’s school systems. - February 09, 2012

A Wealth of Iron Bowl Trivia: Alabama/Auburn Published by Outskirts Press

Robert W. Callighan serves up an incomparable and fascinating collection of facts in these one thousand trivia questions he’s compiled about the legendary Iron Bowl football rivalry between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn War Eagles. - February 09, 2012

Outskirts Press Reveals Top 25 Best Selling Books in Self-Publishing for 2011

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top twenty-five titles for 2011. - February 09, 2012

Herbal Balm for the Body and Soul: Ten Healthy Teas Published by Outskirts Press

Valerie B. Lull’s introduction to the adventure of tea is a primer to the pleasures of tea and an informative overview of the benefits to the body and the soul of a perfect cup of tea, quietly sipped, by oneself or with family and friends. - February 04, 2012

How to Work from Home: The Ultimate Job Directory Published by Outskirts Press

Work at home veteran, Amber Scanlon eliminates most of the legwork and guesswork involved in working from home in this comprehensive listing of nearly a thousand legitimate work-from-home companies as well as the essentials needed for a home office. - February 04, 2012

Leading Self-Publishing Service Provider Outskirts Press Pays Authors $300 to Publish Books in February

The most exciting self-publishing promotion of 2011 returns, offering $300 to the author accounts of every writer who purchases a Diamond or Pearl book publishing package from Outskirts Press this February. - February 04, 2012

Not Just a New Job, an Amazing New Life: The Job Published by Outskirts Press

In these days of high unemployment, Cramer Louis Jackson’s new science fiction romance provides a timely look at the despair of the out-of-work, but also offers a perky promise of that ideal job - really ideal job - that may still be out there. - February 02, 2012

When Death Seems the Only Answer: Opting In Published by Peaks of Excellence

Author and personal coach Molly Fiore offers her own raw, honest story to others who have felt misunderstood, lost or alone so that they too can find empowerment, courage, confidence and, most importantly, self-love. - February 02, 2012

The Basics: Europe Digest for the Hurried Traveler Published by Outskirts Press

Alexandre Digmeloff avoids the often confusing and cumbersome mass of details in other travel guides and instead offers a streamlined approach for visitors to quickly and easily become secure about traveling in six of Europe’s most visited countries. - February 01, 2012

To Kill or to Be Killed? My Brother’s Keeper Published by Outskirts Press

Poet and novelist A. J. Farris takes readers on a suspenseful journey back to the day of his protagonist’s birth to discover how the past and present merge and answer the question: was this a cold-blooded murder or a killing in self-defense? - February 01, 2012

The True Value of Education: Touched by a Child Published by Outskirts Press

George Towery’s collection of funny, sad and inspirational stories from his four decades as a principal showcases those heroic human talents that administrators and teacher have, but which often do not come under traditional definitions of education. - January 31, 2012

Illustrated Tales of Old New York: Tell Me a Story Published by Outskirts Press

Artist and author Bea Gold captures in words and paintings not only the intimate world of a young Jewish girl in the old New York of the thirties and forties, but also the zeitgeist of first generation immigrants making their way in the new world. - January 27, 2012

God’s Paranormal: The Cloudy Corners of Creation Published by Outskirts Press

Pastor Dr. Mark Tate offers a questioning, but sympathetic look at a broad range of paranormal phenomena -- from ghosts to past life regression to near death experiences -- with the idea of objectively examining the totality of God’s creations. - January 26, 2012

Outskirts Press Reveals Top 10 Best Selling Books in Self-Publishing for December 2011

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

New Kind of Resurrection: Lazarus in the Labyrinth Published by Outskirts Press

Author TR Hanes’ thought- provoking new psychological drama takes a startling look at the nature of death as Reno Antonin finds an unorthodox solution to his depression through the rites of a secret society modeled on the Eleusinian mysteries. - January 26, 2012

3 Reasons to Showcase Your Book Award on Your Author Webpage

Enhancing your author webpage with award recognition graphics can not only spruce up your internet presence, but it can help differentiate your book in the marketplace. - January 21, 2012

Savory Vegan Lebanese Fare: From My Father’s Garden Published by Outskirts Press

Author Lydia Eskander offers lovers of traditional Mediterranean cuisine more than seventy tasty and nutritious vegan Lebanese recipes that will not only please the palate but also invigorate the body with their natural, healthy ingredients. - January 21, 2012

Coming of Age, Outcasts Bond: Tears of the Phoenix Published by Outskirts Press

Debut novelist Lonnie Beerman convincingly recreates the dark side of a small southern town in this coming of age story of three young boys who are able to band together as outcasts in a forbidding world of prejudice and bigotry. - January 18, 2012

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