Blog Tour Inquiry - Whereafter (contemporary fantasy/paranormal)

Dear Visitor,

I am in the process of booking a Release Celebration blog tour for my paranormal/contemporary fantasy novel, WHEREAFTER (Afterlife #3) (release date: March 15th), and was wondering if you'd like to participate. I've pasted the blurb below and included a media sheet with the cover art and more information about me (plus a short excerpt).
Here is a link to Hereafter and Thereafter, the first and second books in the series, in case you are curious/would like more information about the series:
The tour runs April 1st through the 30th - dates are wide open. I am happy to do a guest post (on a topic of your choice or I have a list of topics I can pitch you), interview, character interview, review post, and/or a live chat for your blog followers. I'm up for pretty much anything! :-)
The tour is being coordinated by Bewitching Book Tours. To sign up, go to: (or you can email me back and I'll forward your message on to Bewitching).
ARCs/e-book review copies of Whereafter (as well as Hereafter and Thereafter) are available from me and/or from Bewitching, and Whereafter will be on NetGalley March 1 – April 30.

-- Terri
***Whereafter Description***
How far would you go to get your life back?
Stuck in the afterlife on an island encircled by fire and hunted by shadows bent on trapping them there forever, Irene and Andras struggle to hold onto the last vestiges of their physical selves, without which they can never return to the land of the living. But it’s not just external forces they’ll have to fight as the pair grow to realize they have different goals. Irene still clings to the hope that she can somehow return to her old life—the one she had before she died—while Andras would be only too glad to embrace oblivion.
Meanwhile, Jonah, worried about Irene, desperately searches for a way to cross over to the other side, even if doing so means his death. His crossing over, however, is the one thing that could destroy Irene’s chances of returning home.
Too many obstacles, too many people to save, and the thing Irene most desperately wants—to return to her old life—seems farther away than ever. Only one thing is clear: moving on will require making a terrible sacrifice.