Help us Celebrate the Top 10 Best Sellers from Outskirts Press!

Outskirts Press regularly compiles book sales to identify our bestselling works, and these 10 delightful books together sold more than 5,850 copies across variety of genres. From romance to mystery to children’s books, nearly every reading interest is represented is this impressive list.


Connect! How to Quickly Collaborate For Success in Business and Life
by Barry J. Moline

“Connect! offers up the best thinking out there on how to reach across differences to generate ideas, craft solutions, and create the kind of trust that is dangerously eroding in our society,” writes Mark Schumann, author of Homeless in a Land of Plenty, about Moline’s book. Connect! shows you how to quickly develop relationships that allow you to work well with others and accomplish important shared goals. You’ll learn to enhance collaboration between colleagues and teams, use networking to meet people quickly (and enjoy it!), onboard new employees effectively, and learn to handle situations when people don’t respond positively. Achieving lasting progress requires that we work together in support of mutual goals. Connect! gives you the tools to build the foundation of your success.

Oh, For The Love Of Haiti!
by JoAnne M. Kuehner

A record of Kuehner’s thirty-year love affair with the country of Haiti, this inspiring memoir is sure to appeal to those who love reading works of non-fiction and memoirs in which public service is both celebrated and encouraged. Come along and follow Kuehner on a journey that transformed her life, her family, and the stories of countless children in Haiti!

Dewey the Puppy
by James Hatch

This adorable picture book takes readers along on Dewey’s adventures as he discovers the world around him. The book explores the world from a puppy’s perspective, and encourages children reading along in learning both new words and new things about the world around them.

My Antiques Journey
by Bill D’Anjolell

In My Antiques Journey, Bill D’Anjolell offers an autobiographical, behind-the-scenes insight on what it’s like to be an antiques dealer. The book reveals the best stores in the Bucks County, PA, and Cape May, NJ, areas, as well as the best auction houses, and describes how to buy and sell like an antiques dealer. It also explains how to downsize your home; how to manage an antiques show; what antiques are hot and what are not; why antiques are less popular with Millennials; and the value of certain items.

Prison Break: Breaking Free of Generational Strongholds
by Jacky Connell

Prison Break is a book of hope and deliverance that can change entire family trees-severing the generational bondage that leads to addiction, anger and abuse, poverty, fear, arrogance, and so much more. Are you ready to learn what generational strongholds are, where they come from, and, most importantly, how to step into deliverance for yourself, your children, and your grandchildren?

We Will See Our Pets In Heaven: The Afterlife of Animals from a Biblical Perspective
by Brian Burgess

After losing his black lab back in December 2009 and then his golden retriever in 2011, Brian Burgess decided to find out for himself what the Bible had to say about the subject. What he found out was very comforting it is his hope that you will be comforted too when you read this book.


The Dog Rescuers: Kiddo Trains A Rescuer & The Dog Rescuers II: Purrfectly Unleashed
by Joni Wilson

In this adorable twofer of a series, author Joni Wilson brings kids into the magical world of the Dog Rescuers, where both human and canine deal with life challenges. They learn they are not that different after all. In the end, we ask, are the humans really doing the rescuing or does this secret world of doggie communication, expose that all along it was a ruse to rescue humans. Every character has their own song, written by Joni and some of Nashville’s top songwriters.

Jake! The last southern populist mayor who transformed Jacksonville, Florida from a sleepy city with an inferiority complex into a dynamic metropolis with a can-do attitude
by Mike Tolbert

Jake Godbold began his life during the Depression in Jacksonville public housing and selling boiled peanuts on the streets as a kid. He used his outsized personality and passion to transform his city and has remained an unmatched force in the political flow of Jacksonville for fifty years. This is the story of what happened, how it happened, and why.

Tucker and Ripley’s Adventure on Presque Isle
by Eugene H. Ware

On a bright and sunny summer morning, Tucker Turtle and Ripley Rabbit decide to meet the many animals, birds, and insects that live on Presque Isle State Park located near Erie, Pennsylvania. Their journey is fun, exciting, and educational. Children are sure to be delighted in joining them on their travels throughout the park.


Outskirts Press wishes to congratulate these successful authors for the dedication to craft that produced these amazing books, and to the dogged marketing efforts that led them to selling success.

These titles and many others are available from major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s, Books-A-Million and elsewhere — not to mention through the Outskirts Press Bookstore at a considerable discount. To learn more about our products and services, as well as upcoming and current promotions, visit us online at www.OutskirtsPress.com!

 

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