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The Self Publishing Journeys podcast is a weekly show for all indie authors. Show host Paul Teague interviews self- published authors about their writing journeys, passing on hints, tips and tricks along the way. He'll also chat to experts in related fields - proofreaders, development editors, cover designers, PR specialists, author platform creators - and they'll be offering their best advice and strategies.
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Jun 12, 2017

Ruth Sutton's first novel ‘A Good Liar’ was published in 2012 and two further books that formed the Jessie Whelan trilogy followed in successive years – Forgiven (2013) and ‘Fallout’ (2014)

In 2015 Ruth turned her hand to crime fiction in ‘Cruel Tide’, which was shortlisted for the Lakeland Book of the Year.

The sequel ‘Fatal Reckoning’ came out in 2016.

As a self-published author, Ruth is constantly trying new things – she's just launched a crowd-funding campaign, recently recorded her own audiobook and has signed two books with Fahrenheit Press which is marketing her writing to a much broader audience.

Find Out More:

Website: https://www.ruthsutton.co.uk/

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ruth-Sutton/e/B001JS1A60

Blog: https://ruthwords.wordpress.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ruthsutton

Interview Talking Points:

1) Fahrenheit Press books: http://www.fahrenheit-press.com/

2) Unbound Publishing: https://unbound.com/

Ruth's crowd-funding page: https://unbound.com/books/burning-secret

Ruth's blog post on her crowd-funding experiences: https://ruthwords.wordpress.com/2017/05/07/almost-there/

3) The Music Farm studio at Egremont: http://www.themusicfarm.co.uk/index.htm

Ruth's blog post on her audiobook recording: https://ruthwords.wordpress.com/2017/04/13/recording-an-audio-book-lessons-learned/

4) Ruth's blog post on writing explicit sex scenes in her books: https://ruthwords.wordpress.com/2016/12/29/explicit-sex-in-the-novel-too-much-information/

5) Ruth's blog post on using an agent: https://ruthwords.wordpress.com/2017/03/04/im-asking-again-do-i-need-an-agent/

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