Blog Tour for Friday, April 12, 2013


I can’t believe it’s already the last day of my blog tour.  I had such a great time preparing these posts and responding to comments.  I hope you enjoyed what you’ve read.
Today’s post is an interview with me about my new book, Healing the Sacred Divide. Jonathan, the host, sent me several questions  and is posting them with my answers on his blog,  “I Read a Book Once” this morning. The post should be up no later than 8 AM (EST) and might be available well before that. Here’s the address of the home page: If you can’t find my post check back here. I’ll post the exact link the moment I know what it is.
The giveaway on my website ends at midnight tonight so if you haven’t registered yet, you might want to go there.  Information is on the home page just below the pictures of my three books.  There are three prizes:  First is a $20.00 Amazon subscription and a signed copy of Healing the Sacred Divide.  Second and Third are both signed copies of my book. I’ll send these to you just as soon as I know who won and get your address.  Click here to find my site.
As a final reminder I’ve listed the day, blog title and host, and link to all the blogs in my tour so you’ll have  that information on one post. That way, if you haven’t been able to get to some of them all this week, you can come back here when you have more time.
Monday, April 8, 2013: Cheryl Fuller’s Jung at Heart.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013:  Gina Messina-Dysert’s Feminism and Religion.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013:  Bonnie Bright’s Depth Psychology List.
Thursday, April 11, 2013:  Betty Healey’s Road Signs.
Friday, April 12, 2013:  Jonathan’s I Read a Book Once.
Many thanks, my friends.  I’ll be back next week at the usual times.
You can find Healing the Sacred Divide at this Amazon link and at Larson Publications, Inc.

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