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I am humbly grateful to the wonderful bloggers out there who have given my latest YA thriller, SHELTERED, tremendous support by posting interviews, promo's, excerpts, links, and reviews this month. So far about 40 YA book review websites have participated in my "virtual book tour" with another 100 scheduled to post through the first of the year. Wow, I am awed by their enthusiasm.

I have listed them in weekly posts on my author's blog but here is a sampling if you're interested in learning a little bit about this novel:

Thorough book review by Sandy at Magical Manuscripts

Synopsis, excerpt, and review by Cindy at Author Cindy Bennett

Fun interview by Leanna at Daisy Chain Book Reviews

Also thanks to the Mom Bloggers Club. I've had much help and support here since I joined.

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