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Outskirts Press Reveals Top 10 Best Selling Books in Self-Publishing for 2013

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2014-03-11 16:44:20 - Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company today announced its top ten titles for the year 2013.

Alphabetically, its ten best performing self-published books for 2013 were:

* Critter Golf: The Adventures at Owl's Nest by Randy Cochran
* Critter Golf II: Chaos at Owl's Nest by Randy Cochran
* Deconverted by Seth Andrews
* Going Green Using Diatomaceous Earth How-To Tips by Tui Rose RN
* The Last Buffalo by Ed Kienzle
* Our American Journey by Daniel Blegen
* The Rag Doll by Laura Sullivan
* The Strength of Male Tears by Richard P. Campbell
* T-Bone the Flying Horse by Janice Virant
* 166 Days by Jennifer Clark

All these books, and other Outskirts Press titles, are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at

for discounts ranging from 10%-55%.

About Outskirts Press, Inc.

Outskirts Press offers high-quality, full-service self-publishing and book marketing services for writers and professionals who are seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining 100% of their rights, 100% of their profits, and 100% of the creative control.


Outskirts Press, Inc., 10940 S. Parker Rd - 515, Parker, Colorado 80134 1-888-OP-BOOKS

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Outskirts Press

10940 S Parker Rd-515
Parker, CO 80134

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Kelly Schuknecht

Phone: 888-672-6657
email: email


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