Mitch’s Win is Available on Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes and Noble!


I had a little issue with the formatting so I didn’t post this right away.  The formatting looks like it’s been worked out (and I went through every page to make sure), so I feel comfortable posting the links now.  I decided to go through PubIt, so it’s up on Barnes and Noble, too.  I see that this book has been approved for premium distribution in Smashwords, so I expect it to be up on Kobo, Sony, Apple, and Diesel within a month.



Barnes and Noble:

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About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to other genres, but her first love is historical romance. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska with her husband and a couple of children. To find out more about her books, go to
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2 Responses to Mitch’s Win is Available on Amazon, Smashwords, and Barnes and Noble!

  1. dorothypaula says:

    Dear Ruth, bought your new book earlier this evening. Now it’s on my TBR list. I finished Bound by Honor, Bound by Love. A wonderful story that completes your native American trilogy. The love story is beautiful and I learned a lot about the Mandan culture. I’ll be reviewing it shortly (I’ve yet to find a book of yours that’s not a Five Star 🙂 Starting on your paperback, Chance in Time.

    • I’m glad you liked Bound by Honor, Bound by Love. 😀 That was a hard one to write because I wanted to be accurate about the Mandan culture and honor their traditions. It was hard to finish it because I felt like I was closing a chapter of history and a part of my life. One thing that’s magical about writing is that you get to live in the past and be a part of the characters’ lives. It’s hard to give that up. 😀

      Ever since someone stole A Chance in Time, I can’t bring myself to read it again. I know other books were stolen (and all of the stolen ones removed), but it takes me back to how painful that time of my life was. Sales can dip and I can get all the negative reviews in the world on my books, but nothing hurt as much as seeing someone steal my work. These books aren’t a way to gain fame or make money. They’re a part of me. it was then I realized how much books are really worth and how much love I have for my characters.

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