Staying at Home or Headed to the Beach? Check out our List of Summer Must Reads!

June 20th marks the summer solstice, and with summer comes a wave of new feelings and new hopes. The damp and chilly days of spring give way to sunshine and a need for new reading material, whether the celebrated “beach read,” a stunning debut, an insightful nonfiction work, or all of the above! What’s more, you can also celebrate the work of self-published authors at the same time and, by golly, do we have some book recommendations for you:

Desert Mountain Enigma by B. H. Luther (Thrillers/Suspense)

Romancing Midnight A Collection of Short Stories by Estela Vazquez Perez (Romance)

DEMONS’ LAIR Teddi McCoy Horror by David Brookover (Horror)

Dragon Games Based on a True Story of Sergei Millian by Regina Mouradian (Historical Fiction)

IN THE BLACK by Andrew Ceroni (Thrillers/Suspense)

Templym’s Protectors by Matthew Nichols (Epic Fantasy)

Life with Bingo by Jim Black and Jim Lewis (Fiction/Coming of Age)

Tasting Death A Veronica Howard Vintage Mystery by E. J. Gandolfo (Mystery & Detective)

This may not be just another summer, but then again … this is not just another list! These books represent the intersection of high-quality self-publishing with some of the most exceptional, compelling, and immersive writing that you can enjoy this summer. There’s always something exciting happening in the Outskirts Press bookstore, where you can find all of the titles we’ve mentioned here today, and more, for sale for up to 55% off. And if you haven’t yet published a book yourself, there’s never a better time than now to inquire. Visit us online today at www.outskirtspress.com, where you can chat with a Publishing Consultant with no obligation.

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