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Accidents by Phillip Rohlin Virtual Book Tour

As an author in this economy, you have to come up with creative ways to market a self-published book. While book tours are a great way to connect with your readers, they aren’t the most affordable method of promotion. 731 more words

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Introducing Nelly Cooper, author of The Alpha Equestrian Challenge

“This was my first publishing experience. I’m extremely grateful to everyone at Outskirts Press for making it a positive one. My contacts (Jerry, Colleen and Jackie) were helpful, knowledgeable, and quick to respond with answers to my many questions. 414 more words

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Introducing Darshel Alexander, author of Thy Will Be Done

“Tina and Brie were great and pretty much held my hand all the way. Being a first time author of Thy Will Be Done was a scary task to undertake but Outskirts Press made it easy. 164 more words

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Self-Publishing Author Spotlight: Eli Jay

Self-publishing authors are a unique and hearty bunch, pushing themselves to their limits to produce great works — with no guarantees. Outskirts Press author Eli Jay… 602 more words

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Introducing Rhonda Nichols, author of Treasure in the North Tower

“As it was my first time trying to publish a book, I was pretty much ignorant of how to go about it. Outskirts Press made it easy and affordable with the many options available, and the guidance they gave me along the way. 160 more words

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Introducing Peter F. Warren, author of The Horry County Murders

“As someone who has previously has two other books published with another company, I am somewhat aware of the process involved in having a book published… 428 more words

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