Self Publishing Journeys

Episode 7: Sarah Taylor

Sarah Taylor is the Group Marketing Manager at Troubador Publishing. That means Sarah works with Matador, which is the company's self-publishing imprint and The Book Guild, which is their mainstream and
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Episode 6: Nina Ratcliffe

Nina Ratcliffe has written and self-published a children's book called 'Dublin and Friends'. She has another children's story in production and there is a further book on an equine theme pencilled in for
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Episode 5: Helen Lewis

Helen Lewis set up Literally PR which specialises in 'creative, innovative and cost-effective PR solutions' for authors. Not only is she a public relations expert, Helen  also runs The Author School, a training
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Episode 4: Michael Holley

Michael Holley describes himself on his blog as an indie author - a publishing consultant - a blogger and a speaker. He writes and self-publishes fiction and non-fiction titles. Publishing as 'Michael J
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Episode 3: Meg Cowley

Meg Cowley has self-published a number of books including two young-adult 'sword and sorcery' novels and two illustrated children's books. She's an artist too, and has recently experienced breakthrough success with
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Episode 2: Annie Weir

Annie Weir's debut, self-published novel is the psychological page turner 'Judith Wants To Be Your Friend'. The inspiration for the story came during a workshop taken as part of Annie’s MA,
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Episode 1: Ruth Sutton

Ruth has written and published the 'Between The Mountains And The Sea' trilogy of historical novels. Most recently she published her first crime thriller - Cruel Tide - which was released
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Introductory Episode: Paul Teague

In this preview episode of Self Publishing Journeys, show host Paul Teague gives a brief introduction about what to expect in the weeks ahead. The podcast launches with an initial five