The New York Times Features Outskirts Press Self-Publishing Author Kellie Sanchez!

Throughout the holiday season, we feature our authors who have taken advantage of the 2019 Holiday Marketing Bundle and the benefits of the New York Times Holiday Book Review co-op ad! Co-op ads provide authors effective exposure through a well-known, established publication with millions of dedicated book lovers!

The New York Times Holiday Edition features Outskirts Press Self-Published author Kellie Sanchez.

About the Author

Kellie Sanchez was first published as a freshman in high school. She now teaches English at Nowata High School in Nowata, Oklahoma. She has several certifications and degrees in English, Education, and Business Administration.

She has worked with and around children for the past 20 years. She encourages reading with her students as fundamental to a good education. Writing has always been a passion and she uses this passion to help the next generation with difficult life situations. Follow Kellie Sanchez on Facebook @KLSanchez.

 

Skipper: Friend or Foe?
A Distracting Mystery within Life’s Traumatic Events

A mystery? A friend? A cure?

Michael’s life has suddenly become very complicated. His mother is sick. His father is out of town. This summer he has more responsibilities than he ever dreamed of, and his sister Jennifer isn’t picking up any of the slack. Grateful for the opportunity to focus on something else and tired of the loneliness that plagues him, Michael turns to a new friendship with Sam, a girl who lives nearby. Then from out of nowhere, a dog appears-a beautiful, mysterious golden dog. Is he a friend? A hero? Or is he the villain! Michael can’t handle another complication; the dog just has to be the hero! But what about the dead cat? The clues don’t look good for one of his new friends… Michael, Sam and Jennifer will have to work together to solve this mystery!

Buy from Outskirts Press: https://outskirtspress.com/SkipperFriendorFoe

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Are you ready to publish your book and perhaps find yourself in the New York Times next year?

 

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