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The Deep Deceit Book Launch Tour Continues!

It was a busy launch week for Deep Deceit. I'm thrilled to report that on the second day of the Kindle give away, it landed on the Top 10 Amazon Best Seller List on Amazon.ca for mystery and suspense!
 


The tour cranked up and if you missed any of the stops, here's a re-cap of where we've been so far:

Book Readers Heaven
 - kicked off the tour on March 8th.
Thank you Glenda Bixler for your launch day review. If you like to peruse reviews to find your next good read, definitely put this blog on your favorites list! She's started to review poetry too :)

Arabian Tales and Other Amazing Adventures - March 10th
It's always a pleasure to visit this blog by travel writer and blogger, Katie Foster. Stop by and see what she has to say about Deep Deceit and hang out for a while and get lost in her adventures.

Retired? No one told me! - March 11
A quick plug from friend and fellow Phuket Writer, Carol Taylor. More to come!

Morgen Bailey's Writing Blog - March 12
Prolific blogger, author and writing guru, Morgen Bailey, welcomed me to do a guest blog during the tour so I wrote about how I approached the character development for my 'evil antagonist' Ryan.

Ask David - March 14
The latest stop is at Ask David, a wonderfully comprehensive book promotion/review platform. I've written a blurb that talks about how the idea for Deep Deceit was sparked by the inspiration-rich environment I was surrounded by while living in Dubai.

The tour continues and I'll update you here weekly! If you'd like to join the tour (do a review of Deep Deceit, do an interview or host a guest blog from me) or have any questions about setting up a virtual book tour for your book, just ask away in the comment section below or send me a message!

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