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NYT Holiday Books Edition Features Author Dr. Darlene Pearce’s ‘Pearls of Wisdom in the Queen’s Tea Cup’

For twelve Outskirts Press self-publishing authors, this is proving to be an exciting time of year — the time when their books appear in the annual the New York Times Holiday Books Edition. Published each December, this edition of the NYT Book Review is distributed to nearly 5 million people, and in the pages of that edition is the Outskirts Press co-op announcement (featured at the end of this blog post).

Today we shine the holiday spotlight on author Dr. Darlene Pearce’s book of inspiration, Pearls of Wisdom in the Queen’s Tea Cup.

Pearls of Wisdom in the Queen's Tea CupPearls of Wisdom in the Queen’s Tea Cup

Pearls of Wisdom in the Queen’s Tea Cup strings threads of wisdom that poured out of my heart for me to write this book to inspire Ladies and Little Ladies to know that they are precious Pearls of Christ. He has revealed through his Spiritual wisdom to me that his daughters are rare gems like as purity pearl with essence of innocence of beauty, which will turn her into a valued virtuous woman as she grows patient in grace with integrity, dignity, and poise to know she is a Beloved Pearl as a Lady in waiting for her betrothal. So ladies drink up on a cup of this Tea Love book, full of wisdom, one page at a time and you will find it will be a fulfilling time for you. Then after enjoying reading with Tea Time past it on to a sister friend as an heirloom treasure forever. By Dr. Darlene Pearce, Author and Poet – the Queen who is known by her Tea Cup of Wisdom. Look forward to indulging with her next tea book in this inspirational series, A Teava Lady Who’s Designed by God.

Product details…
Hardback
Format: 5.5 x 8.5 economy color hardback with jacket, 216 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Aug 19, 2014)
ISBN10: 1478736631
ISBN13: 9781478736639
Genre: RELIGION / Inspirational

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Pastor Dr. Darlene Pearce is a native of Philadelphia. Her passion is God, who is the author and finisher of her faith. In 1997 she founded her non-profit organization, Ladies of Legacy Dynasty Foundation, which empowers, strengthens, and builds up women from prison and transitional homes to prepare and sustain professionalism in the work force with tea. In 2013, she birthed the Ladies and Little Ladies of Legacy Tea Club, which hosts social tea parties monthly. She’s an author, poet and writer of many books. Look forward to the Tea Lady Queen’s series of tea books that are being soon released from her Teava Ladies Book Club— A Teava Lady Who’s Designed by God; Daya, the Black Princesses Tea Girl; Let’s Have a Tea Party Ladies; Hope is in Your Cup of Tea, and The Meaningful Tea Pearls.

Take a peek at the New York Times Holiday Books Edition co-op ad that puts this book in front of nearly 5 million readers.

All of the New York Times Holiday Books Edition, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

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NYT Holiday Books Edition Features Author Toletha J. Dixon’s ‘Fiend’

For twelve Outskirts Press authors, this is proving to be a very exciting time of year — the time when their books appear in the annual the New York Times Holiday Books Edition. Published each December, this edition of the NYT Book Review is a special edition co-op ad that places your book ad front and center before millions of readers. This special holiday ad represents a unique — and rare — opportunity to gain priceless visibility, just in time for the holiday book-buying boom.

The New York Times Holiday Books Edition is distributed to nearly 5 million people, and in the pages of that edition is the Outskirts Press co-op announcement (featured at the end of this blog post). Today we shine the holiday spotlight on author Toletha J. Dixon’s thriller, Fiend.

FiendFiend

Sit back and watch a child’s disheartening memoir from his own point of view. Nine-year-old Jacob Setherman has been tortured and beatened by an unstrange presence every night during the past year. Neither his mother nor stepfather, Angela Setherman and Keith Adams, can help him. Jacob is faced to defend himself alone as this Fiend becomes more and more hateful and terrorizing.

Product details…
Paperback
Format: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback cream, 51 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (May 08, 2013)
ISBN10: 1478709308
ISBN13: 9781478709305
Genre: FICTION / Thrillers

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Toletha Dixon was born March 22, 1982 in Norfolk, Virginia. Toletha joined the US Air Force at the age of 19. Being brought up in a Christian based home, Toletha studied both the Bible and that of the paranormal, relating the two in the range of normal and supernatural experience.

Take a peek at the New York Times Holiday Books Edition co-op ad that puts this book in front of nearly 5 million readers.

All of the New York Times Holiday Books Edition, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

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NYT Holiday Books Edition Features Author Dale Maron’s ‘Pentdoku Puzzles Volume 1′

For twelve Outskirts Press self-publishing authors, this is proving to be an exciting time of year — the time when their books appear in the annual the New York Times Holiday Books Edition. Published each December, this edition of the NYT Book Review is distributed to nearly 5 million people, and in the pages of that edition is the Outskirts Press co-op announcement (featured at the end of this blog post).

Today we shine the holiday spotlight on author Dale Maron’s puzzle book extraordinaire, Pentdoku Puzzles Volume 1.

Pentdoku Puzzles Volume 1Pentdoku Puzzles Volume 1

Keep your brain sharp with this brand-new collection of puzzles—with a twist. Each puzzle is designed to be solved with logic and deductive reasoning. The shapes and colors move you past linear reasoning to help you determine solutions to what you see with your eyes and reason with your brain. Pentdoku Puzzles are fun, challenging, and totally unique. But watch out—they’re also addictive!

Product details…
Paperback
Format: 6 x 9 economy color paperback, 86 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jun 03, 2013)
ISBN10: 1478710136
ISBN13: 9781478710134
Genre: GAMES / Puzzles

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Dale Maron

Dale Maron is a general contractor and businessman who uses practical reasoning skills every day to find solutions in his daily work. Dale has always enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, Sudoku and other games, and Pentdoku Puzzles is the result of his many years of problem-solving and looking for a fun way to occupy his time. Visit his website at http://www.pentdokupuzzles.com.

Take a peek at the New York Times Holiday Books Edition co-op ad that puts this book in front of nearly 5 million readers.

All of the New York Times Holiday Books Edition, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

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NYT Holiday Books Edition Features Author Thomas Dugan’s ‘An Atheist History of Religion’

For twelve Outskirts Press authors, this is proving to be a very exciting time of year — the time when their books appear in the annual the New York Times Holiday Books Edition. Published each December, this edition of the NYT Book Review is a special edition co-op ad that places your book ad front and center before millions of readers. This special holiday ad represents a unique — and rare — opportunity to gain priceless visibility, just in time for the holiday book-buying boom.

The New York Times Holiday Books Edition is distributed to nearly 5 million people, and in the pages of that edition is the Outskirts Press co-op announcement (featured at the end of this blog post). Today we shine the holiday spotlight on author Thomas Dugan’s world history tome, An Atheist History of Religion.

An Atheist History of ReligionAn Atheist History of Religion

Have you been told by employees of a textbook company that…

  • our planet celebrated its 6,000th birthday in October of 1994?
  • the Crusades were Holy Wars caused by religious disagreement?
  • European settlers in America believed they were fulfilling an order from God to populate the land from sea to shining sea?
  • Allah has a habit of turning Jews into pigs and apes?
  • Transcendental Meditation allows people to leave behind their earthly bodies so they can live in another form in another place?
  • God is an author who wrote three different books and handed them out to three different cultures?
  • the Emperor Constantine had a dream of a flaming cross in the sky?
  • Muhammad received bare-handed open-heart surgery from two strangers in the desert carrying a golden basin of snow?
  • Menachem Schneerson was the Messiah?
  • calling yourself “spiritual but not religious” accomplishes much of anything?
  • your religion is the real one?

If you believe any of these things, maybe you should get the story from someone who isn’t afraid of getting fired.

Product details…
Paperback
Format: 6 x 9 paperback cream, 200 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Jul 29, 2014)
ISBN10: 1478732733
ISBN13: 9781478732730
Genre: HISTORY / World

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Tom Dugan is from New Jersey, though he has spent the last few years traveling. He has a BA in Creative Writing from Carnegie-Mellon University. He is one of the very few people in the world who have been to all three of Charles Darwin’s homes. An Atheist History of Religion is his first book. He intends to continue writing books demonstrating that evidence of evolution is all around us.

Take a peek at the New York Times Holiday Books Edition co-op ad that puts this book in front of nearly 5 million readers.

All of the New York Times Holiday Books Edition, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

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NYT Holiday Books Edition Features Author G.A. Whitmore’s ‘A Place to Call Home: Toby’s Tale’

Twelve Outskirts Press self-publishing authors are celebrating the holidays this year with a valuable gift to themselves and their fans — the gift of priceless exposure! This is the time when their books will appear in the annual the New York Times Holiday Books Edition.

Published each December, this edition of the NYT Book Review is a special edition co-op ad that represents a unique — and rare — opportunity to gain priceless visibility, just in time for the holiday book-buying boom. The New York Times Holiday Books Edition is distributed to nearly 5 million people, and in the pages of that edition is the Outskirts Press co-op announcement (featured at the end of this blog post). Today we shine the holiday spotlight on author G.A. Whitmore’s fiction, A Place to Call Home: Toby’s Tale.

A Place to Call Home: Toby's TaleA Place to Call Home: Toby’s Tale

Every rescue dog has a tale to tell, a story uniquely their own. A Place to Call Home is Toby’s tale. His story takes you on a journey across the country from California to Connecticut and across the spectrum of life’s emotional and spiritual experience. Born on a small farm in northern California, Toby narrowly escapes the death sentence imposed upon him by his breeder. Through a series of events driven by good intentions, he finds himself in a Connecticut suburb where life with his new family soon collapses on him, and his newfound happiness is brutally destroyed. On his quest to find a place to call home, Toby encounters and endures the best and worst of humanity as he comes face to face with sorrow and joy, fear and courage, and ultimately, with the power of love.

Product details…
Paperback
Format: 6 x 9 paperback white, 291 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Feb 19, 2014)
ISBN10: 1478700734
ISBN13: 9781478700739
Genre: FICTION / General

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

G.A. Whitmore’s passion for writing and her love of dogs come together in her series The Rescue Dog Tales. The first book in the series, A Place to Call Home, was inspired by Toby, an abused dog she adopted from the Connecticut Humane Society. Ms. Whitmore currently lives in Connecticut with her two rescue dogs, Kadee and Zeus. You may contact Ms. Whitmore at contact@gawhitmore.com or visit her website at http://gawhitmore.com/.

Take a peek at the New York Times Holiday Books Edition co-op ad that puts this book in front of nearly 5 million readers.

All of the New York Times Holiday Books Edition, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

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NYT Holiday Books Edition Features Author Eric J. Weisser’s ‘Sylvanor: The Secret of Under Hollow’

Twelve Outskirts Press self-publishing authors are celebrating the holidays this year with a valuable gift to themselves and their fans — the gift of priceless exposure! This is the time when their books will appear in the annual the New York Times Holiday Books Edition.

Published each December, this edition of the NYT Book Review is a special edition co-op ad that represents a unique — and rare — opportunity to gain priceless visibility, just in time for the holiday book-buying boom. The New York Times Holiday Books Edition is distributed to nearly 5 million people, and in the pages of that edition is the Outskirts Press co-op announcement (featured at the end of this blog post). Today we shine the holiday spotlight on author Eric J. Weisser’s fantasy fiction, Sylvanor: The Secret of Under Hollow.

Sylvanor: The Secret of Under HollowSylvanor: The Secret of Under Hollow

Under Hollow, land of the dark elves, has a secret that Aldara is determined to learn. A rare half-breed of light and dark elf, Aldara is just as conflicted as her war-ravaged land. She walks a dangerous path, often bending right and wrong to fit her own needs. Trouble ensues when she sacrifices her friend Wyndle in order to save her own life. She soon realizes that she may have just delivered the one that can protect her realm from evil directly into the hands of the ruthless dark elf Queen. Aldara joins the quest to rescue Wyndle, but is her offer to help genuine, or is it just a clever ploy to sneak into Under Hollow, learn its dark magic and uncover the secret of the mysterious army of humanoid dragons called the Dracal?

Product details…
Paperback
Format: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback cream, 427 pages
Publisher: Connex Media, LLC (Aug 07, 2014)
ISBN10: 0578143089
ISBN13: 9780578143088
Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Epic

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Eric J. Weisser lives in Encino, California, with his husband, Jace, and their cat, Doodle. He has lived in the fantasy worlds of countless role-playing games and now has taken up residence in the realm of Sylvanor to chronicle the adventures of its young heroes.

Take a peek at the New York Times Holiday Books Edition co-op ad that puts this book in front of nearly 5 million readers.

All of the New York Times Holiday Books Edition, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

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Target Book-Buyers with Laser-like Precision with Book Posters

Self-publishing authors rely on their ability to cut through the clutter, garner name recognition and build awareness to sell books. In fact, it’s essential to selling, and it’s usually done on a shoestring budget. For this reason, smart audience targeting is the most effective way to accomplish your goal of building your author brand.

Promotional products available to self-published authors through Outskirts Press can help you do just that. Book Posters are an especially great way to attract the audience you need to target with your promotional materials. An eye-catching image of your book cover in the local library or bookstore gets your name and your title directly in front of the people most likely to buy.Outskirts Press Book Posters

Your Outskirts Press Book Poster packets include:

  • 25 Posters
  • 11″ x 17″ full-color design
  • Your eye-catching cover image is on the front in full-color, full bleed

Remember, it’s good to get your name out before lots of people, but it’s even more valuable to put your book before the RIGHT people. Put your name and your title out there for the book-buying public to see!

Learn more about Professional Business Cards and other Outskirts Press Promotional Materials — and get FREE SHIPPING on your order!

Order Your Publication Announcements Today!

 

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