Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Story Behind the Story of Justice + A Giveaway

by Emily Conrad

I started the very first draft of Justice over fifteen years ago. Fresh out of high school, I’m not sure I ever envisioned publishing the story. At the time, I couldn’t even come up with a satisfying ending for poor Jake and Brooklyn.

I gave up and wrote other manuscripts, including a YA novel that interested my first literary agent. When the novel didn’t sell, the agent and I parted ways—but amicably, and not before she supplied the idea of writing A) for adults, and B) based on a classic storyline.

Follow me over to Leslie L. McKee's blog for the rest of the post--including an excerpt and a giveaway!

PS - This post is going up a few hours late, and next week, my posts will most likely be going up on Wednesday and Friday instead of my usual Tuesday and Thursday. Remember--if you don't want to miss a post, be sure to subscribe via email!

PPS - For a full lineup of all the Justice Blog Tour stops, visit this page.

The story behind the story of Justice and a #coffee #giveaway because most of the story takes place in a coffeeshop! @emilyrconrad #Justicenovel #christfic #amreading #CR4U

Photo credit
Background of title image photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

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