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ESCAPE TO JUSTICE AND LOVE AND LARRY LEE JORGENSON NOMINATED AGAIN FOR COLORADO INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION EVVY AWARDS

Outskirts Press has officially nominated Escape to Justice and Love for the 2022 Colorado Independent Publishers Association EVVY Awards.

The publisher of the book has advised that "Fewer than 5% of the books Outskirts Press publishes each year are nominated, so this is truly a testament to your work...we nominated just over 100 authors and you are one of them!”

According to CIPA's website: "The CIPA EVVYs is one of the longest-running book award competitions on the Indie publishing scene, running for nearly 25 years. The annual contest is sponsored by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA), along with the CIPA Education and Literacy Foundation (ELF).”

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Not Water Over The Dam

The dams on the Missouri River did more than take away Indian bottom lands, for tribal cultures were disrupted and lives forever changed. A young Lakota’s quest to heed his grandmother’s vision and seek revenge against the white man for the dams, becomes entangled in white man racism and legal system injustice. The miscarriage of justice leads to a murder and to an eco- terrorist plot that bring together a white girl and the young Lakota. With the help of a white lawyer and the FBI, Charlie Red Tail and Johanna Johnson take mystery to a strange conclusion that is hidden in the world of crime and in an unexpected place.

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NOT WATER OVER THE DAM NOMINATED FOR 24TH ANNUAL COLORADO INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION EVVY AWARDS

Outskirts Press has officially nominated Not Water Over the Dam for the 2018 24th Annual Colorado Independent Publishers Association EVVY Awards.


The CIPA EVVYs is one of the longest-running book award competitions on the Indie publishing scene, running for nearly 25 years. The annual contest is sponsored by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA), along with the CIPA Education and Literacy Foundation (ELF).”

REVIEWS

“Easy read. Authors background and research reflected in writing."

BOB, VERIFIED AMAZON PURCHASE, ACTUAL REVIEW

“A well written book with great story lines and characters. Interesting background of American Indian culture. It keeps you guessing until the end."

BONNIE, VERIFIED AMAZON PURCHASE, ACTUAL REVIEW

“I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Several plots that intertwine connecting all the elements that make a great story. Easy to read and follow. Hard to put down. Loved it!"

LIZ, AMAZON, ACTUAL REVIEW

"The author captured a likely scenario partially prompted by the taking of land for the dams on the Missouri River in SD. The twists and turns by the principals was interesting and kept me interested in reading the next chapter just to see what happened with "the couple."

LEWAYNE, VERIFIED AMAZON PURCHASE, ACTUAL REVIEW

"Interesting dialogue concerning White/Native American conflict. Native Americans are our most neglected and forgotten minorities."

BRUCE, VERIFIED AMAZON PURCHASE, ACTUAL REVIEW

"Historical novels are my favorite, and this one is well researched with a compelling story. Definitely worth reading -- you'll be roped in by the colorful characters."

LINDA, AMAZON, ACTUAL REVIEW

I would like to recognize Michael L. Lawson for his work Dammed Indians Revisited. His writing on the subject of the Pick-Sloan dams on the Missouri River is not fiction, but historical and wonderfully researched and written.

Larry Lee Jorgenson