Introducing Thomas S. Odunga, author of From Hello, to Hey Love

“Honestly, my publishing experience with Outskirts Press was very good. All my questions and problems were resolved.”

Thomas S. Odunga holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Finance from the University of the West of England. He is a Tanzanian resident, who has had a living experience in Malaysia. Having been in the dating field for more than seven years, he is on a mission to ensure that no man is left behind when it comes to attracting and communicating with the ladies.


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Within this book lies your solution. It will show you everything you need to know, to have her eating from the palm of your hand. From understanding women, to making them irresistibly attracted to you; the tips, tactics, strategies and exercises outlined herein will transform your love life. Here are some of the things you’ll discover in these life changing pages:

  • The mentality and attitude of a confident man, and how he attracts women
  • Common dating mistakes and how they kill attraction
  • Why you should never be the first to say I love you to a girl you are dating
  • How women are, what they like, don’t like, and what drives them crazy
  • How and Where to Meet Women, How to Approach them and ask for their Numbers
  • When to Call, What to say, How and when to ask them out
  • What to do and what to talk about during your Dates/Meet-ups
  • How to Physically Escalate from your first touch to your First Kiss and much more

Introducing Todd Crews, author of Love and Heartbreaks

“I just had my book of poetry,”Love and Heartbreaks” published and I am very pleased with Outskirts. They answered all questions that I had and they never seemed to be bothered by it. They offered me great advice to market my book and even improved the cover of my book. I was happy with the way my book cover turned out and the inside print. When the time comes for book number two, I will go to Outskirts Press. I even recommended Outskirts Press to a friend of mine who is thinking of writing her own book.”

Todd Crews was born and raised in Southern California. He currently resides in Springfield, Oregon.


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A set of poems that deal with love and the pain of a heartbreak.

Introducing Philip Michaels, author of Love Me Two Times

“I’m most happy to provide you with a most heartfelt testimonial. The experience I’ve had with Outskirts Press has been fantastic compared to the nightmare I had with a ‘large self-publishing company’ on my previous novel.”

Philip Michaels writes from personal experience about San Francisco, Berkeley, and Harvard during the dynamic and turbulent late 1960s. Before taking an early retirement to focus on writing, he was an executive for a major financial services firm in San Francisco, where he still resides with his wife.


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Love Me Two Times is a poignant, ill-fated, love story that vividly recreates the sights, sounds, thoughts, mood, and tumultuous events of the late 1960s.

Introducing Chief G. Matthew Immler, author of Survey of Law for Florida Police Chiefs and Command Officers

“The book turned out great and everybody I interacted with at Outskirts Press was helpful.”

Chief G. Matthew Immler is Chief of the Boynton Beach, Florida Police Department. He was appointed to that position in 2005 after serving as the agency’s Assistant Chief of Police and Accreditation Manager for six years. Chief Immler began his law enforcement career with the Baltimore Police Department in 1974 as a foot and motor patrol officer in the city’s notorious Northwestern District. In 1977 he was assigned to the Tactical Operations Section and was a member of the department’s first Quick Response Team. Rising to the rank of Lieutenant and serving as Assistant Director of the Police Academy and as the Administrative Commander in the Northwestern and Northeastern Districts, Chief Immler was the recipient of numerous departmental awards including the Bronze and Silver Stars. During his time at the Baltimore Police Department, Chief Immler completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Baltimore, a Master of Liberal Arts Degree at the Johns Hopkins University and attained a Juris Doctorate Degree at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Retiring from the Baltimore Police Department in 1994, Chief Immler practiced law representing police officers throughout the State of Maryland in disciplinary, criminal and labor related cases. He is an attorney licensed to practice in both Maryland and Florida.


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The information presented is written from the perspective of a Florida Police Chief and includes: The Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights; Officer and Departmental Civil Liability; Applicability of the Fair Labor Standards Act; The Law of Leave and Disability; Employment Discrimination; Officer Free Speech; and the Public Records Law applicable to law enforcement agencies.

Introducing Pat Lawrence, author of Squirrels In The Attic

“Bridget is a thorough professional. I have worked with her before on my first book and both experiences with her were everything an author desires. She is caring, knowledgeable, accurate and service-oriented. Bridget is an outstanding representative for Outskirts Press.”

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Squirrels In The Attic is a two act play. Lindsay Spencer, a free spirited, single woman in her late twenties, returns to her parents’ apartment after she’s in an auto accident for which her father, Charles Spencer, feels guilty of causing. Charles dotes on his only daughter, but her mother, Florence Spencer, is a more realistic critic of her daughter’s shortcomings. Florence, loving, but ordered, lofty, and patronizing, is dismayed to learn that her husband has invited Lindsay to live with them while she recuperates from the auto accident. When Florence learns that Lindsay’s boyfriend, Claude (an aspiring comedian), is also moving in with them, she is furious. Florence gives Charles an ultimatum: either he uninvites them or Florence is leaving him…for good! The side-splitting conflicts of lifestyles, living arrangements, and Florence’s “secret life” not only bring about a greater understanding between mother and daughter, but also lead to a hilarious conclusion.

Also, Jarred Into Being, a novel, is another published work by this author.

Introducing W.D. Martin, author of Dragonfly Valley

“It was a very enjoyable experience. I truly learned a lot. Thank you for all your support and hard work that enabled my dream to become a reality. I now have people wanting to read book two!”

W. D. Martin received his BS degree from National University and his Master’s from Colorado Technical University. He retired from the U.S. Navy in 1998 and has taught high school since. He currently lives in Alabama. He and his wife Brenda have been married 29 years and they have three beautiful daughters. He is active in his church; coaches girl’s high school volleyball and enjoys writing and working with technology


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Dragonfly Valley is a story of four friends, a small town and an adventure that will forever change their lives. What was once unknown becomes known and this leads to extraordinary discoveries. An old book that is opened points the way. In their possession they have a bizarre key that unlocks a strange door. Where this door leads could cost the life of one of their friends. Join them as they are tested both physically and mentally. The story covers the social interaction of these friends, their parents, and other adults that call Dragonfly Valley home.

Introducing Bernadette O. Ibitokun, author of Kids Know Your Vitamins

“Thank you so much for your services. I appreciate your advice, prompt responses and readiness to address my concerns. Overall, I had an excellent experience at Outskirts Press.”

Bernadette O. Ibitokun (MD, PhD) shares her knowledge on natural food sources of vitamins and their importance on health. Her goal is to improve awareness on the importance of healthy eating habits early in kids. She is married and has a son.


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Start with Kids, Know Your Vitamins. It is a children’s color book that outlines all vitamin groups and illustrates the natural food sources for each group. It also emphasizes the health importance of each group and presents these information in colorful, simple and clear terms. Thereby encouraging kids to pay attention to the nutritious value of food items and also to develop an early healthy eating habit.