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Virtual Book Tour - Rachel Bohem's I Am NOT!

This Friday we will be launching Rachel Boehm's 'Brutally Honest' memoir, I Am NOT! We had always planned to do a virtual book tour but that would have been combined with some in-person events with the author... until the pandemic hit. So, we 'pivot' and do what we can. Rachel will be doing a vitural launch party sponsored by ALX Community and Alexandria Living Magazine and you are all invited to join! It will be June 26 (which is also International Self-Esteem Day) at 6 pm (Eastern time).

The virtual blog tour will begin on launch day and will be ongoing so, any bloggers who would like to join in, leave a comment below or send me an email at anne@ocpublishing.ca.

Here's where Rachel will be featured in the coming weeks, along with links to other articles that have been posted pre-launch. We will update as new bloggers/reviewers come on board!


Make sure you visit these blogs and sign up for their updates!


I Am NOT! by Rachel Boehm - Virtual Book Tour schedule:
Upcoming - 
Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews - June 26
Coffee with Lacey - June 29
The Indie View - June 29
Choices - Madeline Sharples - June 30


Pre-launch posts - 
Thrive Global - April 3
Alexandria Living Magazine - June 17
Thrive Global - January 11

Here's one that doesn't relate to the book launch but is a great piece about Rachel's passion for helping others live a healthy lifestyle!
The GW Local - April 23



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