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"I wanted a publisher who would honor my personal goals and not pressure me into modifying my message. I give Outskirts Press an A+ for personal attention to my wishes." - J. Ivey Davis (Santa Barbara, CA), author of The Struggle Among Ideas

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Introducing Dan Chapman, author of Messages from Vallarta Friday, October 02, 2015, 4:00:00 PM | Outskirts Press

“Thank you Justene and thanks to the entire team from Outskirts Press. I was stunned! The book looks marvelous and is stylishly set and comfortably organized. You all did a great job! I am anxious to hear about any potential recognition and contact points. Now if someone will just find it and buy it, I shall be even more grateful! Thank you all again.”

Always the poet, Dan Chapman enjoys sharing stories and studies of travels, people, and experiences by blending both with his signature mixture of humorous and thoughtful poetry. Now a retired educator, Dan has fused his fascination of new sights and discoveries with his enjoyment of writing into creative venues called The Traveler Series. Previously, Dan has written for several poetry resources publishing his first volume of poetry, The Book of Daniel, which initiated his writing career. “When not traveling,” Dan enjoys teasing, “I live in Suisun City, CA with my wife near our families and close to my exhausted camera and workaholic computer.” Laugh, learn, cry, or squawk, you are likely to experience confounding reactions and mixed emotions reading Dan Chapman’s Messages from Vallarta.

Introducing Jamieya B-Johnson, author of Lost and Found Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 4:00:00 PM | Outskirts Press

“My experience working with Leona was phenomenal. I was well informed and comfortable throughout the entire publishing process. Well done!”

Still fueled from my first book, “A Glow in the Dark”, here is a glimpse of my experiences while I learned through trial and error how to maintain a life with God as He became my Sustainer of peace. This book is filled with life! Lost and Found gives each reader a sense of hope as I developed line upon line my daily struggles without God and how He fulfilled His purpose in my life once I came in contact with the Holy Spirit. Take a dive and learn how God can change your life around.

Introducing Mamon Boykin, author of Sermons Monday, September 28, 2015, 4:00:00 PM | Outskirts Press

“To publish a book for the first time, I thought Outskirts Press was extremely good! Thanks.”

Mamon Boykin was born in 1948 in Pensacola, Florida. He graduated high school in 1967 and attended Pensacola Junior College. Afterward, he attended Tuskegee Institute now known as Tuskegee University. From there he moved to Los Angeles, CA in 1970 and acquired employment with the So. CA Gas Co. for thirty two years. Mamon still resides in Los Angeles and has been blessed with a wonderful wife, a beautiful daughter and a gorgeous granddaughter. ‘I became a true hardcore believer in Jesus Christ in March 1980 and I wouldn’t change it for all the gold bars on planet earth.'”

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