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Outskirts Press: December 2012 Top 10 Best Selling Self-Publishing Books

Before the Poisoned Apple    Blizzard of 77    Deconverted    The 89TH Temple

Going Green Using Diatomaceous Earth How-To Tips    Grew Up in the Deep South and Saved by Many Angels    Kim's Confessions    Live to Tell Your Story

Stories of the Rich and Famous    Taking The Fall
In alphabetical order, the top ten best-selling books in self publishing during the month of December 2012 were:

Before the Poisoned Apple by L.S.Dubbleyew
Long before the Time of the Ancients, two Scrolls were created― one for the lands and one for the skies. Those written words hold all worldly mysteries; they reveal all secrets. With those words, eternal domination can be had. And She who wrote them, hid them. Because the greatest evil…

Blizzard of 77 by Stephen L. Wood
When I started researching the Blizzard of 77 I was not aware of it’s magnitude or the area it encompassed nor did I realize the impact it had on the thousands of people it affected, many three and four generation farmers and ranchers along with complete towns that could never quite recover from the total devastation. Not one time when I would ask for archival records from newspapers or libraries did I not find anyone that had not remembered the blizzard…

Deconverted by Seth Andrews
AND THEN THE DINOSAURS BOARDED NOAH’S ARK. Assertions like these seem comical until you realize that many Christian parents aren’t kidding when they teach them to their children as facts. Every day, impressionable young minds are conditioned to blindly accept wild biblical tales of floating zoos,talking shrubbery, 900-year-old Humans, the undead, curses, levitation, demon/human…

The 89TH Temple by Charlie Canning
Absorbing and harrowing, capturing the more ominous aspects of the society it describes. The reader is immersed in the situation from the outset and kept there till the end. Powerfully realized and tellingly paced.” Ciaran Murray, The Secret Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Seven juvenile offenders on leave from various reform schools are doing a 1,300-kilometer temple pilgrimage…

Going Green Using Diatomaceous Earth How-To Tips by Tui Rose RN
The FIRST and ONLY informative and practical guidebook, not only in USA, but also the world! Learn helpful consumers tips using Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth (DE), a fossilized diatom/algae mineral powder for a wide variety of practical purposes for more ideal living, ie., better health for people, pets, animals…

Grew Up in the Deep South and Saved by Many Angels by Master Sergeant Clayton Arline
Clayton Arline is one of a family of twelve childrens, who grew up in a poor family in the Deep South. The children had to work on local farms to help make ends meet. They didn’t have indoor plumbing, and their alcoholic, abusive father frequently beat their mother in front of them. But Clayton’s mother had a core of steel. She stood up to her abusive husband, and she stood by her troubled son, Clayton, as he found his way through the world. This is Clayton’s remarkable life story…

Kim’s Confessions by Wilson Awasu
What follows is a journey of faith and personal discovery that will give Kim a relationship with God she hasn’t had in her 43 years. The key is to learn childlike trust in God — a message easier said than done. Along the way, she’ll also experience a healing of the grudges, disdain and is respect she didn’t even know she held. And her radical transformation will end up having a larger impact on the church than she could ever have imagined…

Live to Tell Your Story by Dave La Rue
In this book Dave shares the stories that provided him with lessons and inspiration on his way to becoming a successful leader and entrepreneur, and he encourages the reader to look at their own life as a collection of stories full of priceless lessons and powerful inspiration…

Stories of the Rich and Famous by David M. Tavernier
Aiken was a small, relatively obscure southern town until the arrival of an aristocratic New Orleans family with strong societal ties. And it didn’t take long before there was a seasonal flood of winter visitors—with names like Hitchcock, Vanderbilt, Whitney, and Astor. This South Carolina town was drawing the country’s wealthiest…

Taking The Fall by Summer Miller
After a horrible zipline accident at a Scout-O-Rama, Summer Miller finds she must quickly switch from a world of perfectly folded napkins and children’s birthday parties to become an alert warrior protecting her family from questionable medical care, ineffective therapists with shedding lap dogs and legal teams trained only to go for the win. “The book is intense. It punches. Summer’s account of how a man’s careless attitude toward safety sends her family plummeting…

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