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Virtual Book Tour for The Holding - prequel to The Healing, by Lynda Faye Schmidt

Lynda Faye Schmidt's The Holding - a Prequel to The Healing, launched on April 23rd as a #1 New Release on Amazon and rave reviews that keep coming! Below is the line-up of some of the bloggers and reviewers who have joined in on the virtual book tour. Feel free to visit their blogs and take a look-see and we'll update the links as the tour progresses. If you're a reviewer and would like to join the tour, email me (anne@ocpublishing.ca) and I'd be happy to send you an ARC!

February 21 - Fit for Joy - a preview, Discovering, Re-discovering & Re-defining the Meaning of Healing & Love
March - Fit for Joy - listed as a "Must Read Healing Book" 
March 21 - The Lily Cafe - author guest blog - Family is the Foundation of Resilience
April 20 - Words from the Heart - book review - "A story woven with hope and healing"
April 22 - Laura's Books & Blogs - author guest blog - Rock of Resilience and Scars that Fortify
April 23 - The Author Journey presented by OC Publishing - author interview
April 23 - Words from the Heart - author guest blog - There can be Miracles: The Power of Faith
April 25 - May 1 - Dartmouth Book Exchange - author spotlight
April 25 - Book Trib - book review
April 25 - Author Talk with Aimee Ravichandran- author interview
May 26 - The Book Commentary - book review
Date TBD - Reader's Favourite - book review


The Holding is available now, in both paperback and ebook with the ebook at a launch special of 99 cents! Learn more about Lynda on the OC Publishing website or on her author website www.lyndafayeschmidt.com .


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