“This whole publishing process has been a learning process, which I have learned a lot. Everyone has been super patient and responded to every question that I have had with great answers, and answered very quickly. Since the book came out, I have recommended Outskirts press to about a half dozen writers. Thanks a bunch!”
Courtney Skelton has been writing since a young age, with several stories to date, this being his first published. Courtney lives in Belvidere, IL with his supportive wife Robyn, and dog Snoopy. He is a huge sports fan, and would love to see the day where we could all live as one.
Chris, a free spirited inspiring artist, finds life to be a blank canvas. Life is whatever comes to mind. Life is constant motion, always experiencing, feeling, and loving it all. The glass is always half full. Terry is a low keyed, keeps to himself, an introvert, who sees life as one big long gloomy day. Although sometimes a few rays of sunshine break through, it usually is a gray rainy world that brings him down, tramples on his dreams, and leaves him empty. Then the two of them got to know each other in a rather roundabout way. Their relationship grew. Chris painted. Terry worked. They had only scratched the surface of what they could and would do. Life was good. They had no idea what would befall them when an unwanted presence would cross their path.