Introducing G. Jean Fleming, author of It Was All About Love

“I want to thank everyone at Outskirts Press for the pleasant way I was treated. Any difficulty I had was my own. I recommend them highly.” -G. Jean Fleming, Author


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The account of Ms. Fleming’s life played out will leave you laughing and crying but, never a doubt that she lived life to its fullest extent. This book is about love. Love of a family, love of children, love of work and a woman that spent her life doing what she loved, writing. From eight to eighty she wrote about her family and the people she loved. She is still going strong. You will want a copy to share with your own family.

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Introducing Dr. Alloy Offu, author of Christiana’s Dolphin

“I must tell you that you are a true example of modernization, your style of unblocking the writer’s block is a step ahead of the curve. You impressed me with an awesome experience, and I hope to have a long-term business relationship with you.” – Dr. Alloy Offu, Author


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Christiana’s shoes Are Missing! Can you help Christiana’s find them? Join Christiana and Christiana’s playful puppy dolphin on their adventure to piece together the mystery. Will they find Christiana’s shoes, or will Christiana discover something even more important?

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Introducing Brian Rini, author of Beer in the Bleachers

“The correction process only took two attempts which was very good for the size of the book. The timeliness of the book being published was very impressive.”

Brian Rini is a devout sports fan with baseball being his game of choice. He offers a modern perspective regarding the tradition-rich sport of Baseball based upon his research as well as his observation of countless games. He lives in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois.


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While a multitude of books on Major League Baseball have been written by those within the industry, this book is the voice of an educated and opinionated fan. Included are comprehensive examinations of players, teams, and the game itself, with a chronological emphasis on the 1980 through 2013 seasons. Within these pages, bold and intriguing arguments are made on the topics of statistical analysis and strategy. Unorthodox tactics and elements are presented which could revolutionize the game if implemented. The presentation of new statistical categories offers readers an opportunity to compare contemporaries as well as the careers of baseball legends to modern stars utilizing new criteria. This book also serves as an alternative baseball almanac, as it chronicles over three decades of Major League Baseball listing leaders in new or obscure statistical categories, as well as identifying and analyzing various trends throughout the game. An array of lists, charts, and graphs enliven the text which will delight any stats junkie. Beer in the Bleachers examines various facets of America’s Pastime, including attendance, stadium design, and the much debated topic of the Hall of Fame, which has reached a crossroads due to the recent eligibilities of Steroid Era stars. Arguments regarding who should have won various awards and suggestions to improve the league are also presented. Beer in the Bleachers offers the viewpoint of a fan regarding where the game has been, where it is now, and where it may be headed in the near future.

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Introducing Ruben C. Manliguez, author of Good News of All Time

“Outskirts Press is the best in pricing, promptness, preparation, printing, posting, professionalism and publishing in the industry! Contacted and compared dozens of publishers and Outskirts Press easily beats the competition!”

Ruben C. Manliguez is the author of the book, World’s Destiny: In the Air or in the Lake and has over 46 years of Bible addiction and Christ fanaticism.


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God has spoken (Isa 45:21). He who has ears, let him listen (Psa 78:1). God so loved the world (Jhn 3:16a). God sent His only begotten Son to save the world (Jhn 12:47). God’s plan, pleasure and purpose will stand (Isa 14:24) from the foundation of the world all the way to heaven because His mercy endures for ever (Psa 136 whole chapter). This is Bible-based book purposely written to inspire the world that everybody is in heaven because Christ came and died for all (2Cr 5:15). The cross of Christ (Gal 6:14) is central to why everybody is in heaven. Belief matters no matter what. Believe now and have a nice and easy road. Believe not and have a tough and rough road in the lake of fire (Rev 21:8) but will end up in heaven anyway after a spiritual purging, pruning and purifying time in God’s refinery! God is a consuming fire (Hbr 12:29). Salvation by fire (1Cr 3:15). Brimstone (theion and theios) is God’s breath, deity, divinity and power to purge the unbelieving! Believing and unbelieving are in heaven only because of the blood of Christ (1Pe 1:19), the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world (Rev 13:8) and the Savior of the world (1Jo 4:14). God’s justice ends on judgment day. God’s mercy, love, compassion, long suffering, patience and slowness to anger never ever end. God’s will to save all (1Ti 2:3, 4) because God is good to all (Psa 145:9). Christ came to save the world (Jhn 12:47), to save the lost (Luk 19:10) and to save sinners (1Ti 1:15).

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Introducing Harry Anderson, author of Pleasant Things in Ashes Lie

“I am 80 years old and have learned to be suspicious of the hype coming from businesses. But that same inner voice that compelled me to write Pleasant Things in Ashes Lie – a factual account of coping with the loss of my house to fire – whispered to me to sign on with Outskirts Press. A miracle got me through my disaster, and a miracle again got my book published.”

A retired teacher of writing and literature, Harry Anderson lives happily in the village of Harmony, Rhode Island, where he leads book discussions and writes for Your Smithfield Magazine. The Rhode Island Press Association has twice awarded him First Place honors.


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They fled their burning home into the night and watched with horror and disbelief the flames eating through the roof over their daughter’s bedroom. Thus began an elderly couple’s struggle to overcome trauma and to rebuild. Braced by the outpouring of good will, they regained composure. But more than good will was needed to deal with such exigencies as insurance matters, temporary shelter, demolition, and reconstruction. With almost no library materials to be had to help, they relied on what they thought to be a sign of hope: only their Bible, miraculously, lay undamaged among all the other books. Was it happenstance or was it a miracle that guided them through the maze of decisions and requisites that faced them? Pleasant Things in Ashes Lie gives a candid account of this elderly couple’s triumph over adversity. It is written with the intent that others – victims of house fires – may glean from this story something to help them also to triumph.

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Introducing Diana Carter, author of Broken Promises: Shattered Dreams

“I was so impressed with the services received from Outskirts Press. I had a wonderful publishing experience and can’t wait to publish my next book.”

After managing a home-based business providing business services to students and small business owners, Diana Carter found writing enlightening. She is presently working on the sequel to Broken Promises. Diana holds a Master degree in Management from University of Phoenix and working towards her DBA in Organizational Leadership at Walden University.


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Emily Ann Simmons-Blackstone had it all a supportive husband, two wonderful children, two great siblings, and the most awesome best friend a person could ever have. Then on a cold fall morning the unthinkable happened, her husband the man she loved for almost three decades died suddenly from a massive heart attack. Emily and her children were saved by the grace of God and her best friend since they were eleven years old Arlene Simone Jacobs. Emily and Arlene’s personalities were like night and day but they got along famously and supported each other through thick and thin. Almost a decade after losing her husband Emily decided to move on with her life and then walked in handsome attorney David Lee Redmond. David brought the love back into Emily’s life that she though she would never feel again. At odds from the beginning Arlene and David did not like to share Emily’s affections so stuck in the middle Emily had to find a middle ground. Before that could happen tragedy struck and once again Emily was stuck in the middle of her new love and best friend. From sadness, to love, to disbelief this story of family support and friendship proves there can be peace after one have lived through broken promises and shattered dreams.

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Introducing A.M. Burroughs, author of Ilene and the Statue of Bachué

“Every being I had contact with in OP was professional, helpful, and friendly. I tend to worry first then relax later, but my Author’s Rep always made me feel at ease. Publishing a book is a huge project. I’m so grateful to Dana, Rebecca (my other angel) and everyone else who had a hand in getting my book from a manuscript on a laptop to a 6×9 paperback. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

A.M. Burroughs and her husband live and raised their family in upstate New York. They consider themselves empty nesters but (dog lovers will understand this) they enjoy the love and companionship of their furry babies Diamond and Bronx.


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Thousands of years ago, mankind had a close spiritual relationship with their gods. But when they began seeing the world through wicked eyes – when they stopped worshipping the gods, and lived in fear and distrust – man fell out of favor with the gods. And when the statue of the goddess Bachué was stolen and a life taken, the gods cursed the people. What was once a paradise had become a world of good versus evil, a world that could be unpredictable and cruel. In present-day New York, Ilene has had a humble upbringing in a loving, close-knit family. Life is good and getting better, but the theft of a family heirloom artifact leaves her family shaken. It’s as if a veil of protection has been lifted, leaving the family vulnerable and exposed to life’s miseries. Ilene needs to find answers before the next generation inherits “The Curse”, and the descendants of the Guardians and the World Trekkers must come together to right a wrong that mankind brought upon itself thousands of years earlier.

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