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"Outskirts Press was the perfect publisher for my book on Business Reorganizations. As a practicing attorney, I knew choosing the right publisher was very important." - Myles Alderman (Hartford, CT), author of Chapter 11: Business Reorganizations
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Introducing J.E. Bean, author of Intellectual Friday, April 29, 2016, 4:00:35 PM | Outskirts Press

“Leona was awesome. Also, the person who did cover was great, and it was exactly what was requested. Now I am at the marketing stage and so far finding it confusing. But this is my first time. I would say that I will definitely use you guys again and recommend you to others.”

J. E. Bean is a talented young author whose writing style is action-packed while developing strong character relationships. She is a native of Michigan where she lives with her family. Watch for more exciting young adult novels to come by J.E. Bean.


Introducing Mary Davis, author of Honorable Thursday, April 28, 2016, 4:00:30 PM | Outskirts Press

“I absolutely loved working with my Author Representative. Her responsiveness, recommendation, suggestions, knowledge of the publishing process, all of her communications with me that I still treasure and very so much miss! Overall, my publishing experience with Outskirts Press has totally changed my outlook on life in a very positive way! Thank you all so very much, especially my author representative, Justene, and I love my book. Thank you Justene!”

Mary Davis was born in Fort Gaines, Georgia in Clay County in 1948 to young parents who were determined to give her the advantages they didn’t have. Thanks to their persistence, she graduated from high school, and then she broadened her horizons with the US Army, which furthered her education and gave her the opportunity for international travel. After an honorable discharge and retirement from the Army, she returned to her home town.


Introducing Joseph C. Duckworth, author of This May Not Be What You Think It Is Wednesday, April 27, 2016, 4:00:25 PM | Outskirts Press

“Leona solved my issue when I encountered a “dead end road block” during the proofing process, due to a problem with my PC. Once I corrected the missing programmatic issue, the publishing process progressed. Leona was very patient with this budding and very green author. I am deeply appreciative of the assistance she provided. My experience to date with Outskirts has been wonderful. If I write another book, which is in consideration, I will be calling Outskirts. Thank you and I do look forward to a prosperous relationship.”

I often sat at the feet of those telling old family stories, learning the stories well. “Ghost stories” intrigue many. My father experienced firsthand two of this book’s stories. I grew up where he did, in Mineral Wells, West Virginia, playing often in “George’s Log Cabin.” It exists there still.

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