Introducing Roger Wilco, author of Heaven’s End

“I am very pleased with the whole process with Outskirts Press. Everyone was very courteous, professional, and did exactly what was advertised. I had no real problems to speak of. The entire experience was smooth and well-coordinated. I am very pleased with how my book turned out and I would do this again in a heartbeat.”

Roger Wilco is an Air Force veteran who served 15 years active duty and survived a deployment to Afghanistan. For the last nine years he has served as a Physician Assistant near Boston while spending his free time writing down the dreams that have fascinated him since his youth.

self-publishingClick for details or to purchase

Book description…

One woman’s fight to save her children and come to terms with a faith that has torn her life apart. The book of Revelation has come to pass, and the Rapture of prophecy has come and gone. But for some reason unknown to man, the years of the Tribulation have continued far beyond what was foretold. Consequently, the Nephilim giants of Genesis have returned, the demons of hell now roam the Earth, and the angels are divided over the fate of the humans left behind. Caught in the middle is Judy Bishop, a single mother who has struggled to keep her two children alive for the last twenty years against almost impossible odds. With the Nephilim feeding on them like cattle, and the demons hunting them down for pleasure, Judy and the few million humans who remain are losing their fight for survival. When a chance encounter with a powerful stranger gives Judy the hope she’s been looking for, she sees a chance to not only save her children, but maybe even break into Heaven itself.

Introducing Keith Robert Arian, author of And the Seventh Angel Sounded

“Outskirts Press overall has been knowledgable, professional, positive, informative, creative and good communication.”

Keith Robert Arian has spent the majority of his life studying the world’s religions and spiritual beliefs, along with sociology, psychology, biology, and the word of God. He writes to express a greater understanding of God in truth as He relates to the souls and lives of men in all areas of life and unto a new kingdom. Keith lives with his family in southern Nevada and works for a water well drilling company.

Product description…

As Christians, we feel both dread and anticipation when we consider the mystery of death and the hope of heaven—just as John must have felt in Revelations. He had been warned that dreadful occurrences would appear on earth, but he was also told that when the seventh angel sounded his trumpet, the mystery of God would be accomplished. And there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever. Keith Arian’s new book is a fascinating, in-depth study of Revelation 11:15—the mystery of God—as it relates to modern-day life. He also examines the Transfiguration, or heaven, and how and where to view, approach, and work in this area of existence. In so doing, we will be led to God’s throne. Through the understanding of these places and visions, we will gain a better understanding of the language of the spirit in life and written throughout the entire Bible. This book sheds light on the removal and destruction of all evil forever, bringing us to a better understanding of the fruit of the Tree of Life in all of its simplicity as a framework for our life in the New Kingdom.