Friday, February 22, 2013

It's Nothing Personal by Kate O'Reilley Book Spotlight



Kate O’Reilley is a physician, specializing in anesthesiology. In late 2009, Kate was plunged into a painful battle in a high-profile, medical malpractice suit. The calamity that ensued nearly destroyed Kate and her family. After the suit ended and the wounds started to heal, Kate was urged by close friends and co-workers to document her experiences. The words flowed, and It’s Nothing Personal was born from Kate’s journey through her temporary hell. Kate’s second book, In Good Hands, is a moving, gripping, and tragic story of an anesthesiologist who dispenses her own version of justice after being the innocent victim of a brutal crime. Kate currently resides in Colorado with her husband and beautiful daughter. In her spare time, she enjoys running, writing, reading, and spending time with her family. Her vacations are always spent in Hawaii, a place that Kate and her family hold dear to their hearts. Having lived on Oahu while her daughter was young, Kate and her family relish the day when they can return to the islands permanently. WEBSITE | TWITTER FACEBOOK | ————————————————————–  


On a chilly January morning, anesthesiologist Dr. Jenna Reiner made her daily drive to St. Augustine hospital, completely unaware that her life was about to change forever. One of the surgical technicians in her hospital has been stealing syringes, and infecting patients with hepatitis C. The battle against the thieving surgical technician was only the beginning. Jenna Reiner was about to begin the fight of her life – the fight for her reputation, her pride, and her sanity. Beautifully composed, and inspired by real-life events, It’s Nothing Personal is a riveting, suspenseful, and emotional thriller that tells the story of faith and fortitude when an innocent woman finds herself surrounded by corruption and greed.


It’s Nothing Personal Virtual Book Publicity Tour Schedule

———————————————————— Thursday, February 7 Book promo at Lavender and Camomile Press Friday, February 8 Interviewed at Authors and Readers Book Corner Tuesday, February 12 Book spotlight at Jody’s Book Reviews Wednesday, February 13 Interviewed at Yahoo News Friday, February 15 Guest blogging at My Devotional Thoughts Monday, February 18 Interviewed at Examiner Tuesday, February 19 Guest blogging at The Story Behind the Book Wednesday, February 20 Interviewed at Literal Exposure Thursday, February 21 First Chapter Review at My Life. One Story at a Time Book reviewed at Deco My Heart Friday, February 22 Book spotlight at Review From Here Monday, February 25 Book reviewed at Maureen’s Musings Tuesday, February 26 Book reviewed at Miki’s Hope Thursday, February 28 Interviewed at Review From Here Monday, March 4 Book reviewed at Vic’s Media Room Tuesday, March 5 Book excerpt at Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers Wednesday, March 6 Book reviewed at Deco My Heart Thursday, March 7 Interviewed at Digital Journal Friday, March 8 Book reviewed at The Self-Taught Cook  


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