Outskirt Press’ Top Ten

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Outskirts Press, the #1-rated self-publishing company according to Top Consumer Reviews, has announced its highest selling authors for May 2017. Ranging from spiritual and sociology tomes, and from medical information to sports, these books represent a diverse and talented cross-section of individuals who’ve published with the help of Outskirts Press.

Outskirts Press offers a wide range of self-publishing, promotion and marketing services to assist authors in achieving great success with their books. As a result, these authors have sold nearly 5,000 books in the month of May:

Marco Behrens    Echoes in the Canyon
Chidozie Osuwa    What She Feels
Hal and Debbi Perkins    Discipled by Jesus
Greg “Coach T” Thomas and David Smale    Race in America: A Call to Heal
Donovan Reid    Bible Studies from the Mount of Transfiguration
Bob Wilbur    Bats, Balls, and Burnouts
Sharon A. Burstein    Life Snacks for Women
Lisa A. Romano    The Road Back to Me
Fred and Kathy Roth    Fred’s Guide to Stem Cell Transplants
Violet Wilson Shirley    My Heaven in Hells Canyon

Outskirts Press wishes to congratulate these authors not only on their writing, but also their marketing skills and commitment to success.

About Outskirts Press, Inc.: Outskirts Press helps authors develop and publish high-quality books by offering exceptional design, printing, publishing, distribution, and book marketing services. Top Consumer Reviews ranks Outskirts Press #1 because they are passionate about delivering outstanding customer service, affordable pricing, industry-leading royalties, and a team of hands-on, US-based publishing experts. At http://www.outskirtspress.com, authors can publish their way, today.

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