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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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I Am NOT! by Rachel Boehm, scheduled for publication on June 26, 2020 (International Self-Esteem Day), is a timely memoir that addresses age-old issues that continue to haunt youth, from bullying and body shaming to the often hidden emotional angst of disordered eating and body dysmorphia.
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Boehm’s past struggle with body dysmorphia began at a young age and was further exacerbated while living in LA trying to ‘break in’ as an actor, which led to, “an unhealthy relationship with food.” At one point she became dangerously underweight and a frightening incident led her to seek professional help.
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