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Blog Tour for Tortured Soul

Thank you to all the bloggers who are taking part in this virtual book tour!

And thank you to everyone who visits the blog stops!

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Congratulations to Melanie H., winner of the GIVEAWAY!

May 6 -     

Created in 2000, this website is all about Faith, Family, and Fun from a Catholic perspective. It is a rich resource for all Catholics seeking spiritual enrichment for their families. Before the blog tour even begins, you can read my article "Igniting Charity for the Holy Souls" and find the pre-order links to Tortured Soul.

First stop, May 12 - Steven R. McEvoy's Book Reviews & More blog

Steven R. McEvoy is a voracious reader who provides a service that authors and readers alike appreciate: he reviews the books he reads. And he's read hundreds of books. He also creates Top Ten Lists for fiction, nonfiction, movies and bands. And he has lists of his favorite authors for each year too. If you want some good reading and other recommendations, take the time to explore his blog. 

Second stop, May 13 – Carolyn Astfalk's My Scribblers Heart blog
Carolyn Astfalk is the author of three inspirational Christian romances, including her debut young adult romance, Rightfully Ours. She is also a prolific reader, reviewer, and blogger. You can learn more about the books she's read from her monthly An Open Book blog post. For the blog tour, she will be posting a something special and will also have the giveaway entry form.

Third stop, May 14 – Leslea Wahl's Writing on the Wahl blog

Leslea Wahl writes Catholic young adult fiction. Her books include The Perfect Blindside, An Unexpected Role, and Where you Lead. Besides writing her own novels Leslea also reviews teen books in order to share faith-filled books with others. Her reviews can be found on her website and on various Catholic websites including

Fourth stop, May 15 - Ellen Gable Hrkach's blog Plot Line and Sinker
Ellen Hrkach is the author of several bestsellers, including Julia's GiftsCharlotte's Honor, and award-winner In Name Only. She is also the founder of Full Quiver Publishing, a publisher that seeks to make available fiction that celebrates the Catholic Church's teachings on sexuality and marriage. 

Fifth stop, May 16 – Terry Houchin's blog Terry's Thoughts

Terry Houchin is a retired teacher, writer and an avid reader who reads and reviews advanced reader copies of soon-to-be-released books. Explore her blog to learn more about her writing journey and to find new titles that you might enjoy!  

Sixth stop, May 17 – Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur's blog Spiritual Woman        
Patrice MacArthur is a homeschooling mom, writer, editor, artist, and the author of The Catholic Baby Name Book and Letters from Mary to a Young Mother. On her blog you will find musings on life, readings, and a relationship with God. 

Seventh stop, May 18 – Barb Szyszkiewicz's blog Franciscan Mom         

Like me, Barb Szyszkiewicz is a Secular Franciscan! She is the editor at and a managing editor for Today's Catholic Teacher. One look at "Barb's Bookshelf" and you will see she is also another prolific reader and reviewer.

Eighth stop, May 19 – my blog Things Visible & Invisible
For the last stop on the virtual book tour, please visit my blog for a chance to win a copy of Tortured Soul! On my blog you will also find book reviews, writing tips, and more. 

Please come along on the virtual blog tour!

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