Introducing Sun Eastley, author of A Love to Remember

” After being deluded with my first publisher, I vowed myself not to return on their door-step, therefore, being adamant about it I started probing the website until I ran into the company’s name “Outskirts Press.” I was kind of dubious at first until I made the decision to take a chance, and to tell you the truth that risk was well worth it. Outskirt Press is totally different from other publishers; not only does it care about its authors but at the same time it takes care of its reputation because it doesn’t want it to be tarnished. Having said that, I’d recommended it to anyone who’s in search of a publisher.”

About Sun Eastley: Married with four children, the author continued with vigor and vitality a path that conducted him toward a goal in view of obtaining a bachelor degree in history and later on a master degree in Library Science. By the time he became a librarian, he wasn’t sure what life had in store for him. He continued working as a librarian after graduating from Pratt Institute until one day while he was on vacation from his job, he felt as if he was galvanized. Trying to ignore that galvanization he was then pushed to sit down with a pen and papers to start writing without knowing where the lore of writing was coming from, but he kept writing until he produced his first book. The author continued to embrace the writing in order to come up with his second book entitled “A Love to Remember”. The author is now living in Queens, New York with his family.

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Thomas and his wife Gloria were a happy married couple with a couple of kids. Unfortunately the way he envisaged life, was not the way things turned out. Happy with the woman that he worshiped, he never thought that he could face dilemmas regarding infidelity because that was not in his agenda to begin with. As a serious family man, he took all the necessary precautions to have a good matrimonial conduct until he ran into Tita. Eighteen years of age with a different image of life in mind, she pursued that man with all the strength of a living soul until she wove him into her web. Her revealing conduct would take you up to your seat and dropped you back down with a surprised emotion that had never before swathed your gray matter.

Introducing Gil Alligood, author of The Devil’s Pace

“I am totally pleased with the results of publishing my book.”

Gil Alligood grew up in Eastern North Carolina. After retiring as a US Air Force Pilot, he retired from a career as a civil engineer. He grew up in the culture portrayed in the book. The reader gets a first hand description of that 1950s farm culture. He is writing an autobiography and a novel that will be available soon.

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Louise was a lonely seventeen year old girl living on a tenant farm in Eastern North Carolina. She met Louis one day while walking along the back of their farm. They became involved in a passionate romance before she discovered that Louis was married. The disappearance and search for Louis’ wife leads through intrigue and adventure that can only lead to disaster. The book has a theme of doing wrong when you know to do the right thing. As you might expect, the devil is lurking in the background, out of sight, ready to claim a victory, as he always is.