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Virtual Book Tour for The Healing Begins April 23

As we approach launch day for Lynda Faye Schmidt's novel, The Healing, a women's fiction/family drama based on the author's life, we're excited to announce the blog tour schedule and introduce you to the bloggers and book reviewers who have joined the tour.

The tour begins on launch day, April 23rd. Take a look, follow these bloggers and make sure you visit on the tour dates indicated (check back regularly for updates):

Pre-Tour - March 2 - Thrive Global - pre-launch announcement 

April 16 - Fit for Joy - pre-launch podcast interview with Lynda

April 23 - IndieView - author Q&A with Lynda

April 24 - Canadian Bookworm - featuring a guest blog by Lynda, "What Inspired Me"

April 26 - Dartmouth Book Exchange - author spotlight

April 29 - Storybook Reviews - review

May 4 - Help Me Sara - podcast interview

May 13 - My Question Life - review and author interview

June 30 - Reader's Favorite - review 

Date TBD - Maryse's Book Blog - review

Date TBD - Musing of Souls - review

As new bloggers come on board we will update our tour stops!

Make sure you tune in to the live launch celebration on April 23 at 5:00 p.m. Atlantic time from the OC Publishing FaceBook page. We'll talk with Lynda about her author journey and be giving away copies of The Healing

*After note... if you missed the live Author Journey broadcast celebrating the launch of Lynda's book, you can watch the recording on the OC Publishing YouTube channel.

To learn more about Lynda Faye Schmidt visit the author's website at 

Lynda Faye Schmidt


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