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Virtual Book Tour for Deep Deceit Begins


I'm totally excited, relieved, nervous, thrilled... and any other adjective you can come up with to describe how it feels when launching a new book! Deep Deceit is finally available on Amazon in both print and Kindle and I'm heading out on tour to spread the word. I'd like to thank all the bloggers who have agreed to participate in my Virtual Book Tour and encourage you to visit their blogs not only on the day they join the tour but make sure you go back and visit regularly!

Here is the line-up of blogs I'll be visiting and featured on with interviews, reviews or guest posts. As the posts are live, I'll update the links here to go directly to the post. I look forward to interacting with everyone at all the stops!

Book Readers Heaven - kicks off the tour on March 8th!
Arabian Tales and Other Amazing Adventures, March 10th
Retired? No one told me!, March 11
Morgen Bailey's Writing Blog - March 12
Ask David - March 14
The Written Chakra - March 15
Dianne Ashcroft's Blog - March 26, author QandA
The Indie View - interview scheduled April 23
eBook Hounds - preview scheduled for May 9th
Book Lovers Heaven - preview scheduled for May 9th
The Fussy Librarian - preview scheduled for May 9th
The Emotionally Resilient Expat
Expat Bookshop
Have you Heard My Book Review?
Readers' Favorite
The Artist Unleashed
Books, Movies, Reviews... Oh My!

...and many more to come! In celebration of Mother's Day, Deep Deceit will be available for free download on Kindle on May 9-10.

Comments

wmervis said…
I could not put it down and go to sleep. I just wanted to know what was going to happen next.
Thanks Wendy! I'm so glad you enjoyed it ... since it was dedicated to you ;) Get ready for the Susan Morris Expat Mysteries Series!
Anonymous said…
Anne - this is so exciting! Congrats! I am looking forward to reading it. :)
Thanks Lynda! I hope you enjoy it. Let me know :)

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