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Sunday, January 4, 2009

Phyllis Schieber's Virtual Tour to Promote The Sinner's Guide to Confession


January 5th – January 30th, 2009


Author, Phyllis Schieber, will travel the blog-o-sphere to promote her women’s fiction novel, The Sinner’s Guide to Confession. The virtual tour is your chance to learn more about Phyllis Schieber, ask questions about The Sinner’s Guide to Confession and see for yourself why this book is garnering rave reviews. During the tour, we will share interviews with the author, articles by the author and reviews by a number of bloggers. She will also be interviewed live at 2 pm EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/nikkileigh

About The Sinner’s Guide to Confession

Kaye and Barbara are longtime friends, now in their fifties. Ellen, who is several years younger, develops a friendship with the other two women years later, solidifying this close-knit group. The three women are inseparable, yet each nurtures a secret that she keeps from the others.

Barbara, a widowed mother of three grown children, is an accomplished romance writer, who also has a secret persona as a celebrated erotica writer—an existence she feels compelled to keep from everyone. Kaye, a practicing psychotherapist and the mother of two, finds her marriage stable, but joyless. When she becomes involved with another man, she keeps her affair secret from her friends, too conflicted about her duplicity to expose herself. Ellen, a successful interior designer, childless and the seemingly perfect modern woman, harbors the most profound secret of all.

About Phyllis Schieber

The first great irony of my life was that I was born in a Catholic hospital. My parents, survivors of the Holocaust, had settled in the South Bronx among other new immigrants. .In the mid-fifties, my family moved to Washington Heights. Her first novel, Strictly Personal, for young adults, was published by Fawcett-Juniper. Her most recent novel, The Sinner’s Guide to Confession, was released by Berkley Putnam on July 1, 2008. In March 2008, Berkley Putnam will issue the paperback publication of Willing Spirits.

Phyllis Schieber’s websites include: www.thesinnersguidetoconfession.com and www.phyllisschieber.blogspot.com

Full tour details are posted at http://virtualblogtour.blogspot.com/2008/12/sinners-guide-to-confession-by-phyllis.html

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