Mouton Music Canada releases Thom Ryerson’s long-awaited novel, Ruby Diamond

WOODSTOCK, Ontario, Feb. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Author Thom Ryerson has just released his 8th fictional novel, and it’s his first in over five years. Ruby Diamond – A Life In The Rough follows the career of indigenous Canadian rock n’ blues singer Ruby Diamond.
In 1969, at the age of 17, Ruby Diamond became an American sensation with her unique mix of blues driven music combined with the blood curdling rock of Janis Joplin, her heroine. Ruby’s whirlwind career took off hard and fast until the excess of the rock star lifestyle caught up with her by the age of twenty-one. This is where her story really began, finding out who she really was and her true purpose on earth.This fictional biography covers her beginnings as Nadine Saganace, born in 1952 in Northern Ontario, her evolution to becoming Ruby Pearl Diamond, and the trials and tribulations of just getting to the stage at the Woodstock Festival in August 1969. As she discovers, success does not make her life any less challenging or easier. As things spiral out of control, and she crash lands, the second phase of her life is reclaiming just that, her life, getting back to the land and appreciating the simple things. Only then can she begin the second phase of her existence, and the special people in it.Author Thom Ryerson returns to fiction in a triumphant way.For a digital review copy of Thom Ryerson’s new novel, Ruby Diamond – A Life In The Rough, simply let us know if you want a PDF, epub (Kobo) or mobi (Kindle) copy, and send your request to [email protected] with your email address, and we’ll have a copy sent out.Please use the same email address for interview requests.Thom’s official website is him on Facebook at purchase a print copy of Ruby Diamond – A Life In The Rough, contact Thom Ryerson at [email protected]To purchase an ebook of Ruby Diamond – A Life In The Rough please visit Kindle Books at Amazon.caRuby Diamond – A Life In The Rough by Thom RyersonISBN 978-1-987940-13-8 (Print)
ISBN 978-1-987940-14-5 (Epub)

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