Self-Publishing Author Spotlight: J.A.M. Nolla

A book is — and should be — an escape from the realities of day-to-day life. We’re proud to report that many of the imaginative self-publishing authors with Outskirts Press deftly whisk away readers to new, exciting and exotic places and times with their novels. This week we highlight one such author in our weekly Self-Publishing Author Spotlight.

This week’s spotlighted author is J.A.M. Nolla, author of more than a dozen action/adventure, science fiction and history books in both English and Spanish through Outskirts Press. Nolla’s novels take readers on thrilling adventures to exotic locales around the globe, complete with compelling plots and memorable characters. Learn more about Nolla and get a glimpse of the books produced by this prolific author.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
J.A.M. Nolla is a retired Colonel of the U.S. Army who was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and now lives in Caparra. His mother, Olga Ramirez de Arellano, and sister Olga Nolla were well-known writers in the Hispanic world. Nolla has written and published 14 books dealing with fictional stories of characters who live within different historical periods, in such a way as to put the reader living in that time frame.

 

BOXERS & HUNS

The Carthaginians

Defeat and Victory

Grey Pony Soldier

Grey Storm in the West

The Last Chance

New Dawn

The Orion Oracle

A Place in the Sun

The Sands of Saladin

Blue Skies in the East

The Spanish Maelstrom

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