Introducing Rebecca Mountain-Pazell, author of Ziggy: The Pig Who Loved Sushi

“My Author Representative’s professionalism, knowledge,and dedication guided me during my first publishing experience. I appreciate her patience!”

Rebecca Mountain-Pazell, a graduate of the University of Kansas, works as a freelance writer. She lives with her husband John, a corporate attorney, in the suburbs of Kansas City. The couple enjoys cooking, traveling, volunteering for local charities, and spoiling their pets. Caitlin Bryce Lassen is a freelance artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Saint Mary. Her specialties include animal illustrations, portraits, and fantasy comics. The Kansas-born Lassen lives in her home state with husband Andrew and their mischievous Pomeranian.

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Book description…

ZIGGY, The Pig Who Loved Sushi A Celebration of Food and Friendship. Ziggy is a small pig enjoying a simple life on a quiet Kansas farm. But her calm world is turned upside when she eats sushi for the first time. Now, her quest for this tasty new food leads her and her owners on a cross-country journey. They even travel all the way to the Orient! By the end of their adventure, Ziggy and her humans learn the importance of home, family, and the value of friendship.

Introducing Margaret Watkins, author of Off to Tibet

“I just finished publishing my third book, “Off To Tibet,” a travelogue/adventure story, with Outskirts Press. Once again, the staff assigned to help me with the publishing process has been outstanding. I am not technically savvy and am using an outdated operating system. Nevertheless, Lisa and others guided me through the complex formatting of internal images and cover design with patience and step-by-step instructions. My first foray into self-publishing, a medical memoir, “The Fine Line,” was a stretch job for someone accustomed to an electric typewriter only but Outskirts Press made the process as simple as possible. When it came time to publish my second memoir, “Mole Dog,’ also with colored internal images, there was no question about OP being my go-to company!”

During the decade surrounding this adventure and the writing of this book, Margaret Watkins lived in a small cabin in Stanley, Idaho (population 100) with her husband, two horses and two large messy dogs.

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Book description…

Tibet. Land of Mystery. Or Is It Still? The author finds out when an unexpected opportunity takes her across the arid Tibetan plateau and lands her at the foot of Mount Everest. Join her in this once-in-a-lifetime adventure as she combines mountain medicine with a personal journey of endurance.