Self Publishing Journeys

Episode 123: Nathan Burrows

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Nathan Burrows

Nathan Burrows is a UK indie-author who's based in Norfolk.

His debut novel, Blind Justice, was published in March 2018.

Nathan's latest release is ‘The Butcher’, a dark post-Brexit comedy.

It’s the first in a trilogy of dark comedy thrillers based in Norfolk.

The next in the trilogy – ‘The Baker’ – is slated for release in late Autumn 2018.

As well as being a voracious reader, Nathan runs the occasional marathon – which is how we connected.

This Week's Interview:

Find Out More:

1) Writing website:

2) Twitter page:

3) Amazon author page:

4) Goodreads page:

5) BookBub:

6) Interview with Nathan:

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This Week's Talking Points

1) Nathan's editor:

2) The source of Nathan's Blind Justice cover:

3) The Creative Penn podcast:

4) The Self-Publishing Formula Podcast:

5) Scrivener:

6) Vellum:

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Recommended Event - The 7th Self-Publishing Conference (27th April, 2019)

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This Week’s Self-Publishing News

The Alliance of Independent Authors news update:

Paul's Podcast Diary Archive

You can access every episode of Paul's Podcast Diary, in chronological order, here.

Coming up on Self-Publishing Journeys ...

Monday 12th November Shaun Stevens - self-published fantasy author here.

Monday 19th November Tim Lewis [Take 2] - moving from fiction to non-fiction and how to set up a great non-fiction launch here.

Monday 26th November Clare Lydon [Take 2] - creating a major breakthrough as a writer of lesbian fiction here.

Monday 3rd December Alissa Grosso - writing YA and non-fiction here.

From Monday 3rd December, interview episodes revert to monthly.

Recommended for listing on Google Play and distributing books to China ...


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