Author Karen Baldwin (Ruby's World – My Journey with the Zulu) Travels to the Blogosphere

Readers will have unprecedented access to Karen Baldwin, one of today’s top authors of nonfiction, during a three week virtual trip to the Blogosphere with blog stops at influential sites around the world.

Each blogger has a unique focus and point-of-view,” Baldwin observes. “Some topics relate directly to my book and some not. Some are reviews and others are conversations. For me, it is a bit like speaking to a new book club each day. I'm having a blast preparing for my virtual trip!

Online PR News – 25-October-2012 –Readers will have unprecedented access to Karen Baldwin, one of today’s top authors of nonfiction, during a three week virtual trip to the Blogosphere with blog stops at influential sites around the world. Baldwin launches her Virtual Book Tour with a visit to http://breastcancer.about.com where readers can hear not only her story about her book, but also her story of surviving both breast cancer and a heart attack.

Several other top internet venues follow this feature event About.com event, including some of the leading book bloggers in the world. Readers are encouraged to ask questions of the author and, as part of the reader/author interaction; Baldwin is offering a free download of her prequel short story “Unlocking the Dream.” (http://www.changehealgrow.me/fan-page/ )

“Each blogger has a unique focus and point-of-view,” Baldwin observes. “Some topics relate directly to my book and some not. Some are reviews and others are conversations. For me, it is a bit like speaking to a new book club each day. I'm having a blast preparing for my virtual trip!”

The schedule of conversations is listed below – and there are many specials for readers including the free download of Baldwin’s short story, personalized copies of her book Ruby's World – My Journey with the Zulu, and maybe a one-on-one Skype visit with Baldwin for a Q&A session.

Some of the blog posts remain up for an extended period on the individual sites. Others posts are archived on the blog, but all of them will be available on Karen Baldwin’s website www.RevKarenBaldwin.com after the tour.
Tour Dates are from October 22, 2012 through November 10, 2012. Please join us.

Oct. 22 - About.Com http://breastcancer.about.com/bio/Pam-Stephan-18869.htm
Oct. 23 - A Fresh Chapter http://dmzone.wordpress.co
Oct. 26 - The DM Zone http://dmzone.wordpress.com/
Oct. 30 - Baby Boomer Women http://www.nabbw.com/blog
Nov. 1 - Devoted Mommy http://devotedmommyof3.blogspot.com
Nov. 2 - Ever After PR http://www.everafterpr.com
Nov. 3 - News Blaze http://NewsBlaze.com
Nov. 4 - The Jolly Blogger http://www.roxannajolly.com
Nov. 5 - All Things Books http://speedyreader-allthingsbooks.blogspot.com
Nov. 6 - My Cozy Corner http://coziecorner.blogspot.com
Nov. 7 - My Devotional Thoughts http://mydevotionalthoughts.com
Nov. 8 - Identity Discovery http://identitydiscovery.net excerpt
Nov. 9 - The Novice Christian http://thenovicechristian.com
Nov.10- Crafty Mom of 3 http://craftymomof3.com

About Author Karen Baldwin
Following a successful career in civil engineering in the San Francisco area, Karen Baldwin turned her focus to her lifelong desire to serve the needs of women and children. She graduated from the Chaplaincy Institute for Arts and Interfaith Ministry and earned a certificate in Spiritual Psychology from the West Coast Kabbalah School. Before moving to New Mexico in 2009, she was a hospital chaplain with Kaiser Permanente in California, specializing in neo-natal intensive care. Today, in addition to being an author, she presents inspirational lectures on authorship, global volunteerism, and using dreams as a compass for life. Karen is a mother, auntie, daughter, sister, and grandma.

Founder and Executive Director for the Rural Women's Movement of South Africa, Sizani Ngubane, chose author Karen Baldwin as the first Ambassador to the U.S. representing the non-profit because of Baldwin’s passion to help the women and children. Ngubane is known as a tireless campaigner for women’s and children’s human rights in South Africa. She participates with the UN Commission on the Status of Women and has addressed the UN regarding the UN Millennium Development Goals. Baldwin also will attend the UN Commission on the Status of Women hearing in the Spring 2013 and together with Ngubane will present workshops on the RWM’s work. She is pleased to be of service to the rural women and children of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Baldwin can be reached at www.revkarenbaldwin.com.

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