Signing-up for Email Updates on the Outskirts Press Blog

Did you know the Outskirts Press blog provides daily content on all matters of writing, publishing, and marketing, including:

  • Marketing recommendations and resources
  • Writing tips and suggestions
  • Publishing help and best practices
  • Weekly free book sweepstakes and drawings
  • Promotions and discounts
  • Author success stories
  • Amazon Book-of-the-Week announcements
  • And so much more…

Only by signing-up for free email updates to this blog can you be sure to catch every post, every marketing tip, every promotion, and every free book offer. So sign-up for “Email Updates” now along the right-hand side of the blog (see the red arrow in the image below).

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Of course, if you’re looking at this blog from a smart phone, that right-hand column isn’t there.  So, then, how do you sign-up for Email Updates? Easy!  You scroll to the end of this article. You will find the Email Updates section near the bottom.  Simply provide your email address and you will never miss another free book announcement, free shipping announcement, author spotlight, promotion/discount, or marketing suggestion.

This advice holds true for our Author Testimonials and President’s blog, too.  If you want those automatic updates, we recommend signing-up on those respective blogs, as well.

3 thoughts on “Signing-up for Email Updates on the Outskirts Press Blog

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  3. Hello, Jerry Banks! We believe we have a balance from my first novel, The Edgewood Troupe. That novel was published 2010 after a stroke I had in 2003. We are currently working on a two act play. Ergo, we need to know (1) if we have a $1K credit, (2) what you would charge for additional editing and assisting in formats. The terrible novel exceeded our expectations! 3 stars on Amazon! We have investors interested in play production

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