Self Publishing Journeys

Episode 58: Rachel Amphlett [Take 2]

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Rachel AmphlettEpisode 58, release date Monday 10th April, 2017

In my second interview with thriller writer Rachel Amphlett, we break down each step of her launch process and examine what worked best for her and the lessons that she has learned.

Rachel released the first book in her new Kay Hunter series on 6th December 2016, and she set out an intricate and comprehensive launch formula to ensure the book's success.

Rachel Amphlett is best known – for now – as the author of the Dan Taylor thriller series, as well as a number of standalone crime thrillers.

She's Originally from the UK and currently based in Brisbane, Australia.

Her latest book – Will To Live – was released on 4th April.

Rachel's Author Interview for Episode 35

You can access my first interview with Rachel here or check out the full audio below:

Find Out More:

1) Kobo:

2) Rachel's German translations:

3) Vellum software:

How to use Vellum on a PC:

4) Dragon Dictation software: [My affiliate link]

5) Bookbub:


Bargain Booksy:

Hot Zippy:

E-Reader News Today:

6) Thunderclap:

7) Crimefest:

Harrogate Crime Festival:

8) Rachel at the Brisbane workshop for writers:

General Links:

Rachel's website:

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Rachel's Goodreads page:

Rachel's Facebook page:

Rachel on Kobo:

Rachel on iTunes:

Rachel's UK Amazon page:

Talking points:

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This Week’s Self-Publishing News

The Alliance of Independent Authors news update:

Coming up on Self-Publishing Journeys ...

Monday 1st October Clare Sager [Take 2] Tips for a First-Time Book Launch - find out more here.

Monday 8th October Linzi Drew-Honey [Take 2] - 2nd Time Erotic Fiction Book Launch here.

Monday 15th October Nathan Burrows - First Time Author Writing Thrillers based in East Anglia here.

Monday 22nd October Jonathan de Montfort - first-time author and creator of De Montfort Literature here.

Monday 29th October Jon Evans - Space Marine author who co-writes with his brother here.

Monday 5th November Julie Stock - indie author of contemporary romance from around the world here.

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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