Self-Publishing Author Spotlight: Sally Saffer

Outskirts Press works hard to help self-publishing authors make their dreams come true, and we’ve had had the good fortune to work with many talented and successful individuals over the years. For that reason, it’s important to give a nod to the authors who’ve, in turn, contributed to our success. Every now and then, we celebrate one of our successful authors in our Self-Publishing Author Spotlight.

This week Outskirts Press proudly features educational writer Sally Saffer, self-publishing author of the Learning to Be Wise book series.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

During her career, Sally Saffer created instructional materials for education and spoke with high school students about career development and technology. More recently, she created training materials for companies and conducted employee training classes. Now, she has turned her attention to a younger audience with her children’s books. She credits her late mother with teaching her values and common sense through the use of aphorisms. Inspired by the arrival of her own grandchildren, Sally is committed to passing on these important lessons to future generations through her entertaining stories. Growing grew up in New York State, Sally dreamed of being a writer and living in a small town. After many years of living in the city of Atlanta, Georgia, she has realized that dream and is living in a small historic town just outside of Atlanta.

It’s No Use Crying Over Spilled MilkIt's No Use Crying Over Spilled Milk

This book is based on an aphorism, a brief statement of principle or a simple statement of truth. Each book captivates readers with its appealing characters, along with an interesting situation that all children can relate to. It is written for children ages 8-10 (grades 2-4), although age and/or grade will depend on individual reading ability. This and other books in the Learning to be Wise Series provide opportunities for children to develop values, insight, and common sense. It has the potential to improve individual creativity as well as skills in reading, writing, critical thinking, and problem solving.

Every Cloud Has a Silver LiningEvery Cloud Has a Silver Lining

This book is based on an aphorism, a brief statement of principle or a simple statement of truth. Each book captivates readers with its appealing characters, along with an interesting situation that all children can relate to. It is written for children ages 8-10 (grades 2-4), although age and/or grade will depend on individual reading ability. This and other books in the Learning to be Wise Series provide opportunities for children to develop values, insight, and common sense. It has the potential to improve individual creativity as well as skills in reading, writing, critical thinking, and problem solving.

A Friend in Need Is a Friend IndeedA Friend in Need Is a Friend Indeed

This book is based on an aphorism, a brief statement of principle or a simple statement of truth. Each book captivates readers with its appealing characters, along with an interesting situation that all children can relate to. It is written for children ages 8-10 (grades 2-4), although age and/or grade will depend on individual reading ability. This and other books in the Learning to be Wise Series provide opportunities for children to develop values, insight, and common sense. It has the potential to improve individual creativity as well as skills in reading, writing, critical thinking, and problem solving.

A Word to the Wise Is SufficientA Word to the Wise Is Sufficient

Each book in the Learning to be Wise series is based on an aphorism, a brief statement of principle or a simple statement of truth. Each book captivates the reader with its appealing characters, along with an interesting situation that all children will relate to. The series is written for children ages 8-10 (grades 2-4), although age and/or grade depends on individual reading ability.

This book is based on an aphorism, a brief statement of principle or a simple statement of truth. Each book captivates readers with its appealing characters, along with an interesting situation that all children can relate to. It is written for children ages 8-10 (grades 2-4), although age and/or grade will depend on individual reading ability. This and other books in the Learning to be Wise Series provide opportunities for children to develop values, insight, and common sense. It has the potential to improve individual creativity as well as skills in reading, writing, critical thinking, and problem solving.

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