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Orangeberry Book Tour for Mrs. Tuesday's Departure




For the next six weeks I will be on a blog tour for Mrs. Tuesday's Departure, hosted by Pandora Poikilos of Orangeberry Virtual Book Tours. Pandora is an absolute profession and a pleasure to work with, so I know this month will be exciting. We kicked it off this past weekend with two days of KDP Freebies and had a terrific response.

Now we're going to slow things down a bit and take a tour of some friendly blogs and give away a lot of books. If you'd like to join us, please take a look at the schedule below, click on a link, and visit one of our new friends.

Looking forward to seeing you there!



Connect with Suzanne Anderson on
Twitter Facebook & Pinterest
Check out where this author will be talking about her latest release!
8th May - She's being featured at Peace from Pieces
(Book Feature)
9th May - She's having a Twitter Blast with Pandora Poikilos

10th May - She's being featured at Writers & Authors 
(A World Without Books)
11th May - She's having a Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos
12th May - She's being featured at Rachel Cotterill Book Reviews
(Book Review)
13th May - She's being featured at Mommy Adventures
(Guest Post)


14th May  - She's having a Twitter Blast with Pandora Poikilos
15th May- She's having a Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos

16th May - She's being featured at Another Author
(Guest Post & Author Interview)
17th May - She's being featured at Book Lovers Paradise
(Guest Post)

18th May - She's being featured at Mommy Adventures
(Book Review)
19th May  - She's having a Twitter Blast with Pandora Poikilos

20th May - She's being featured at Books Are Magic
(Guest Post & Book Feature & Author Interview)
21st May - She's being featured at We Fancy Books 
(Book Feature)

22nd May - She's having a Twitter Blast with Pandora Poikilos
23rd May - She's having a Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos

24th May - She's being featured at Mommy's Reading Too
(Guest Post, Author Interview & Book Review)
25th May - She's being featured at John Zunski's blog
(Guest Post)

26th May - She's being featured at Book Spark
(Guest Post)
27th May - She's being featured at Cora Parks' blog
(Guest Post)

28th May - She's being featured at Smartypants Teacher
(Author Interview)
29th May - She's being featured at Libby's Book Blog
(Book Review)

30th May- She's being featured at Dee's White
(Guest Post)
31st May - She's having a Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos

1st June - She's being featured at Super Single Mom & Her Kids
(Guest Post, Author Interview & Book Review)
2nd June - She's having a Twitter Blast with We Fancy Books

3rd June - She's being featured at Gimme the Scoop Reviews
(Guest Post & Book Feature)
4th June - She's being featured at Heather Huffman's blog
(Guest Post)

5th June- She's having a Twitter View with Pandora Poikilos
6th June - She's being featured at Pandora Poikilos' site

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