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November 16, 2016

Although I continue to look for a publisher, the search has taken a back seat to writing and my other career.  Book reviews continue and I look forward to receiving them.

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January 2016

I am currently working on a new novel continuing with the theme of mother-daughter relationships.  As well, I am continuing to promote the novel Her Mother’s Voice.  Will keep you posted on progress!

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Interview on Rogers Daytime Toronto

Check it out!

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Book City Yonge & St. Clair

Her Mother’s Voice is now available at Book City, 1430 Yonge Street (south of St. Clair on Yonge) in Toronto, ON.  Will approach other independent book stores in the near future.

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Update

In the process of finding a traditional publisher.  Still no word from Rogers Daytime Toronto about whether I can post my segment from their show on my website.  Stayed tuned!

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Rogers Daytime Toronto

I’m going to be interviewed about Her Mother’s Voice by Rogers Daytime Toronto.  The interview will air on October 31, 2014 and November 3, 2014 on cable 10 in Toronto and cable 63 in Scarborough.  Show times are 10am, 3pm

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Virtual Book Tour

My book is going on a virtual book tour, hosted by Sage’s Blog Tours (www.sagesblogtours.com) The tour schedule is below: September 16th my name is Sage September 17th Glad For My 3 September 21st Devoted Mommy of 3  September 22nd Hogwash September 23rd Reading to

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Kindle!

Ebook is now available on Kindle.  Just go to Amazon websites!

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Paperback Version

Her Mother’s Voice is now available at Amazon.com and Createspace.com as a Print-on-Demand paperback!

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Coming soon…

You may be wondering when I plan to release my book in paperback form and/or on Kindle as an ebook.  Believe me it hasn’t been easy, but I AM in the process of creating a Print-on-Demand version of my book. 

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Now on Goodreads

Her Mother's Voice

Book buzz

Anna Woo's "Her Mother's Voice" engages the reader in the timeless story of a daughter struggling to define herself in the face of her mother's terminal illness. All mothers and daughters will identify with Emily's mixed emotions of guilt and love that are part of any close mother/daughter connection; and the journey to define oneself yet remain connected to one's beloved mother.
Cynthia Sabol, Book Club Coordinator, Wisconsin