Where To Find Me

The best place to hang out with me is either on this blog or Facebook.  Time doesn’t permit me to do a lot on other sites.  So I focus my attention in the places I’m listed below.

Janet Nitsick and I have a private Facebook group called Ruth Ann and Janet’s Roses. This is the best place to sit and chat with me.  It’s very informal, so don’t be afraid to join.  The group is private to protect people’s privacy, so just ask to join, and Janet or I will accept you.  Here’s the link!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/830058207023257/

Don’t have time or feel like being in a group?  No problem!

My Facebook timeline: https://www.facebook.com/ruthannnordin

Monthly Newsletter: I do have a monthly newsletter to let you know what I’m working on and when new releases are out. This is not my email list. (You can sign up for that on this page.) My newsletter is more informal. Here’s the link: https://ruthannnordinnewsletter.com

Website: This is usually updated when I have a new book out, but it might be an easier way of seeing my entire catalogue. Here’s the link: https://ruthannnordinnewsletter.com

26 Responses to Where To Find Me

  1. Hi Ruth! Would love to have you guest post on our western romance blog (http://stilettosathighnoon.blogspot.com/)! Please let me know back if you would be at all interested.

    • I’d be happy to! 😀 I sent you an email. I have also removed your email from your post to help preserve your privacy. I worry someone will put your email on their list without permission.

  2. josois says:

    Hi Ruth,
    I’ve seen your insightful contributions to “Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors.” Your posts along with the other contributors really resonated with me as a self-published writer trying to break into this industry. I’m nominating you for the Mystery Blogger Award. Not sure if you have already received it but you deserve it. Of course accepting the award is optional. If you do choose to accept here are some instructions that you’ll want to carefully review: https://writersnookblog.wordpress.com/2017/06/11/accepting-the-mystery-blogger-award/

  3. Ginnie says:

    Hi Ruth,

    I would love to feature one of your books in my book box. Please check out my website for more information. Hope to hear from you soon.

    http://www.myguiltypleasuresbookcrate.com

  4. Katie says:

    Hello Ruth Ann…

    My name is Katie. I oversee eBook Discovery (www.ebookdiscovery.com).

    We had an unexpected opening in our Daily eZine, and selected your book, The Viscount’s Runaway Bride , to run in the vacated spot.

    It is our sincere hope that your book enjoyed better than average downloads on Sept 8. 🙂

    Wishing you a beautiful day…

    Best,
    Katie.
    Director,
    eBook Discovery

  5. Sandra Clay says:

    Thanks for your fun, easy to read books! Where do I find your epilogues?? Thanks, S. Clay

    • I just lost the reply I wrote. LOL I hope I can remember what I wrote.

      First, thank you! I’m glad to hear you enjoy my books. 🙂

      I usually offer a special epilogue to go with a new release either in my email list or in my private Facebook group. Are you on either one of these places? I know sometimes emails can get lost in a crowded inbox. (Mine is so stuffed sometimes that I run away from it.) Also, Facebook stopped emailing me whenever someone makes a post in a group I belong to, so sometimes I forget I’m in the group.

      If you’re not on my email list but would like to be, I have a page on this blog to sign up for it (https://ruthannnordinauthorblog.com/sign-up-for-email-list/). I use MailChimp to sign people up because I don’t want MailChimp to think I’m adding people without their permission. There’s a risk I’ll lose my account if they think I’m spamming, and I don’t want to spam. By the way, I only send an email when I have a new release. I know some people like stuff more often, but I don’t like it when authors email me unless they have a new release because my inbox is cluttered enough as it is. So I don’t feel comfortable emailing unless I have something worth offering. 🙂

      If you’d like to join the Facebook group instead, the link is at https://www.facebook.com/groups/830058207023257/. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

  6. Lisseth S. says:

    I originally became drawn to your books with Eye of the Beholder, which is one of my favorite ones.
    I’ve enjoyed reading about the Larsons. I believe you do a really good job with all of your books they are the only ones that I have actually re-read and I have gotten many of them. Best of luck.

    • Thank you, Lisseth! The Larsons are my favorite family to write about, so I’m always glad when people tell me how much they enjoy reading about them. What means most to me, however, is knowing you re-read my books. There’s no higher compliment an author can get than that! Thank you for blessing my day! 😀

  7. Hello Author Ruth Ann Nordin I just picked up Eye of the Beholder today and was just wondering if you had Twitter ? Hope u are well, and Happy writing ❤

  8. Allyson Billingsley says:

    Hi Ruth Ann, I love your books and am wondering if you would put your new ones on google books to purchase.
    Thanks,
    Allyson

    • Hi Allyson, I never created an account at Google Books. My publisher did and put the books I published under them over there. Most of my books are self-published. I don’t know anything about publishing over there, to be honest. Right now I’m asking some authors I know about it, so I’ll see what they say. I was hoping Smashwords or Draft 2 Digital would establish a connection with Google Books so I could use them to get my books there. Smashwords and Draft 2 Digital take books and send them to B&N, Kobo, iBooks, etc, but so far, Google Books isn’t on the list. Draft 2 Digital is currently trying to establish something with them. From my initial inquiry into Google Books, it sounds like a distributor is needed. I’m not 100% on that, though, which is why I’m asking around about it.

      Do you buy books through any other retailer, or is just Google Books?

      • Allyson says:

        Hi Ruth Ann, just wondering if you ever heard back from google books. Thanks.

        • I’m still looking at my options. The problem with Google books is that they like to be the lowest price, and Amazon doesn’t like that. Amazon wants to offer the lowest price, too. But with Google books, I can’t control the pricing. At Amazon, I can, but if they find a lower price elsewhere, I can find Amazon removing those books from their store. I’m waiting to see if some other avenues will pop up that can resolve this problem for me.

          • I went ahead and got things rolling at Google Books. I have about sixty books to go through, so I’m taking my time in uploading them over there. I’m trying to be careful with pricing so that it’ll match what I have at other retailers. As I said, the main concern is Amazon. As long as I can price accordingly so that I have the same price as what is at Amazon, there shouldn’t be any problems. I’ll keep an eye on things and see how it goes. I can’t afford to lose my Amazon income, so Amazon will be the priority if an issue comes up. It’s times like this when it’d be nice to have the protection of a publisher. 🙂

  9. Allyson says:

    I prefer to buy through google books because I earn google play credit that I can redeem for books. Thanks for looking into it!

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