SURPRISE!!! Blog Bash For Kellyn Roth!

Sunday, July 14, 2019



Today's a super special post, brought to you thanks to the planning genius of Angela R. Watts!

Since Kellyn is such a great gal, a bunch of folks came together to write letters for her as a surprise.  Get ready for a Kellyn Roth appreciation post! 


(This isn't connected to her Kees & Colliers blog tour, but you gotta check it out too!)



Without further ado, the letters:

Dear Kelly,
    Sometimes I will start a sentence and I don’t even know where it’s going. But you finish those sentences. You, my beautiful friend, are the Dwight to my Michael. (Only you’re prettier. And we’re women.) No matter the weather, you’re there for it all, and I thank you. Thank you for our talks about Jesus. Thanks for the rants and rambles about fiction and life and everything in between. Thank you for the laughs. Thank you for your support.
    I could give a pretty long list of why you’re awesome but I’ll list 3 reasons. 1.) You’re God’s kiddo. 2.) You’re my friend. 3.) You’re a redhead. Just kidding, that’s not reason 3. Reason 3 is because you promised me Harrington. Haha.
    I love you, girl. God’s with you through it all and I’m honored to be a part of your life.
    Love,
    Angie Watts



Kellyn,
    You’re the first indie teen I read a book by, you made me realize I could write. I remember reading the last page of The Dressmaker’s Secret and swiping to your bio . . . I was shocked when I saw that a girl my age had written it, yeah, I still haven’t finished writing a book but I will. Thanks for the encouragement and support as well as the late night sprints!
    I’ve been scarce since I left The Young Writer’s Workshop and we haven’t talked much but your blog posts are as good as ever if not better. Yeah, I’m totally writing this too late . . . I still hope you like the letter, night!
    Abikay
   


    Dear Kellyn,
    Surprise! It has been a while since you have heard from me. This time I am the one writing you a letter (Shiv says hi to Jordy!).  I have always admired your writing and your determination. Your characters are always so real!
Blessings,
Rebecca



    Hey Kell,
    I remember first meeting you on the Young Writers Workshop. You’ve definitely come a way since then. I know it’s hard being an indie author in your genre, but keep fighting, okay? You rock, and I know I’ll be seeing you around on the web.
    Cheers,
    Germaine



Dear Kell,
“Yes, I know Kellyn Roth.” This is the first sentence I remember hearing about you years ago, by one author to another. When you later joined The Chatter Box, I was blessed to begin that getting-to-know-you process for myself. I'd love to share three ways knowing you has blessed me. 
You’re dedicated. In every area of life I’ve seen—writing, editing, publishing, your walk with God, business, and more—you don’t just get ideas, you act on them, and when you have a goal, you pursue it. What an inspiring example. 
You’re positive. Wow. Your joyful attitude is such a blessing. In every circumstance, you give thanks - and in so doing, you accomplish God’s will for your life (1 Thess. 5:18). 
You’re humble. You’re honest about your weak points (no need to hide you’re human!) without being self-deprecating. You’re willing to learn and not afraid to ask questions! And so you’re able to receive God’s grace. 
There’s much more, but these are just a few areas where I see Christ especially strongly in you. Keep seeking first God’s kingdom, and I promise (God promises!) all other things shall be added for you. And today I’m so blessed to be able to say for myself, “I know Kellyn Roth.”
Blessings to you!
Erika Mathews 



Hiya Kell!
If I were to play a game of describing every fellow artist I know, the first word that'd come to mind for you would be "inspiring." Because it's true. Ever since we came across each other on the YWP NaNoWriMo forums, and then later online (which was, truly, a miracle in itself!), you've been such an amazing inspiration to me. And no doubt many of the other young writers you know feel the same way. True thought is in every blog post, every beautiful story you write for us and for God. You’re a part that can never be replaced in our community. :)
 Wishing you the best in every blessing,
 ~ Merie



Dear Kell,

Keep blogging and writing books! They're encouraging and inspiring to so many people in the blogosphere and indie author world around you!! I love reading your posts with your perspective on different topics... they always make me think! (I also love reading your ranty reviews on Goodreads! 😝) I think you were one of the people who inspired me to start writing my own books. Before 2018, I had no idea teen girls around my age even wrote books!! It's pretty fun. Anyway, never forget the gifts God has given you. 

-Liz



Dear Kellyn,

I don’t have much to say except thank you. Thanks for being a homeschooled, historical fiction indie author friend. I love reading your books, yes, but I value your friendship and helpful blog posts even more. Keep growing in the Lord!

Hanna Kraft



Kellyn,
We don’t know each other well, but I just wanted to give you a shout-out for your amazing cover design! You’re an inspiration to indie authors and freelance cover designers alike!
~Kaitlyn Krispense



Dear Kell,

HEY WHADDUPPPPPP MY HOMEBRO
I hope you know that I love you SO much. Like CRAZY much. Even though sometimes I don’t see you for long long stretches of time, you’re one of my bestest buddies and I appreciate you for all that you do.
You’re a seriously inspiring person⁠⁠—competent, organized, and wicked creative. I don’t know how you get everything done that you do (writing buttloads of awesome books, running multiple blogs and social media accounts, running A LEGIT BUSINESS, TEACHING CLASSES, having ANOTHER JOB on the side, AND MORE?!?!??), but my current theory is it’s some sort of blood magic.
Thank you for being you, for sticking to your values, and for being an awesome friend.
I hope your summer’s going good!!!!!
TURTLE POWER GO

Love,
Sonja







Dear Kellyn,
I could say a lot of things. I could say thank you for your determination to make it into the publishing world (which you have done, considerably well), that I admire your blog posts and your books and you, that your puppies are ADORABLE, that it’s crazy to think how you’re juggling teaching and a business and writing and another job when the rest of us are still struggling with algebra---- and all of that woulda been true. 
But for today, the person I wanna acknowledge is Kell. Not the author, or teacher, or business professional persay, just Kell the person. Y’know, the one that’s not afraid to speak her mind, or stand up for something she believes in. The one that enjoys a good romance. The one that likes pink but doesn’t consider herself that much of a girly girl (what a weird label anyhow). The one that’s struggling. And going through a lot. And having hard times at times. And hasn’t let life crush her- yet. This turned out surprisingly dark but you know what I’m trying to say. XD Thank you for being you. 

That’s… that’s all I got. 

Jo-a-ruth



Hi Kell,
When I first heard about you I thought, wow that is a weird name, then as I got to know you a little bit better(mostly through blog tours and your instagram) I’’ve seen that you are also a really cool person and an interesting writer. My first thought however remains, you have an interesting name.
Esther



Hi Kellyn,
You’re pretty amazing, you know that? I watch from afar as you start businesses and publish books and mentor writers — including me. Thanks for helping with my random, frantic indie publishing questions and for being an amazing formatter.

Truly. You were an answer to so many prayers when it came to publishing my first book. :)

I know you are a valued member of YWW, and have halped so many young writers more than you think. Keep being such an amazing friend, writer, and ecourager. Thanks for sharing your wisdom with the rest of us.

In Christ,
Sara



Dear Kellyn,

You, my adorable friend, are a flash of fireworks in a dark night, a rainbow amongst clouds, and a highlight in my online life!  When I first joined the social media a few years ago, I couldn’t have anticipated all the amazing people I would meet . . . and you were one of them.  I love your hilarious sense of humor (you never fail to make me laugh!) and your down to earth positivity. You are a constant bright spot, no matter where you are shining.  You are strong, funny, quirky, and one of a kind. Thank you for all the thoughtful conversations, all the laughter, and all the gifs. The Thanksgiving / Christmas wars would have certainly never been the same without you!  *wink* Congratulations on the incredible journey you have had so far and best wishes on all that is ahead for you. I’m so proud of the wonderful Christian young woman that you are. May His perfect path be clear to you always!  I praise God for the blessing of Kellyn Roth.

Love, Allison Tebo




Hey Kellyn,

When I first heard that there were Christian fiction authors, I actually found you through Angela Watts and from there; starting following your journey writing and encouraging other writers. I just wanted to thank you for your encouraging words and helping me understand that Christian fiction and historical fiction are more than just "boring."

Thanks to you, I've started taking my own writing seriously and even if that isn't what I do for a living, I know that I can create a book that speaks to people.

Thank you so much,

Joshua Reid 



Hey Kellyn, 

You, girl, are awesome.  I don't know how you do it -- working, writing A LOT, running a business complete with contractors, and being that epic all at once...when most folks your age are walking with knocking knees to their first college classes or trying to figure out where they're going in life.  You know that's right (cue Burton Guster/Dule Hill voice). When I first "met" you, albeit only online, I was amazed to find out that you weren't even a high school graduate yet, since you seemed so mature and professional.  You're an inspiration, not only to your readers, but to your community and the online writing community (communities?) as well. Watching you do your thing on the interwebs is always pretty awesome and inspiring -- I hope you know how special and influential you are, just by being you, because that's pretty fantastic.  

Keep the faith and keep being you! :) 
Michaela Bush 



Kellyn, 
We've never met, and the most interaction we've had is through comments on your blog and social media. But I still remember when I first heard of your existence. 
I was sitting in a choir practices and the lady next to me turned to me. She knew I was an avid reader (book lovers, unite!) and was telling me about the surprisingly good book she had read by a young author that she thought I would love. it was the first Chronicles of Alice and Ivy book, and she was amazed by it. She told she only picked it up because a homeschooler wrote it, and she didn't even know homeschoolers could write. 
Not knowing I was a homeschool graduate, I sat and listened (trying not to laugh) at her explanations about homeschooling and how you had broken all of the molds she had concocted in her mind about it. 
And that sent me on a quest to discover who this girl was. And I found your books, and I found your blog, and I have been blessed and encouraged by both. 
Kellyn, I love the way you deal with tough issues, and you don't shy away from them. Your blog has more than once encouraged me when I am struggling. Your books are ones I turn to when I need the comfort of old friends. And, more than that, your writing always point me towards Christ as the ultimate answer, and I have been thankful for it.
Please, continue to share your writing with the world. We need more of what you have to offer the world, more of the beauty you see and capture in the black and white words that you put down onto paper. We need more of your fearlessness to tackle the issues that people tend to ignore, and to bring clarity and light to them. 
Thank you, for being such a fearless, bold writer. 

With Joy,
Kaitlyn S. 



Dear Kell, 

I can't even quite remember how we first met - it must have been on Goodreads somehow - but it feels like I've known you my entire blogging life (which is a mere two years haha) or that our getting to know each other was so slow and easy that the line between not knowing and being friends has been blurred to indistinguishable. (<< wow what a sentence)

Anyhow I'm so incredibly blessed and honored and happy to know you. You inspire me so much. You're so real - like you don't put on airs - and so accomplished and almost superhuman at the same time that I just … both look up to you and yet don't feel like I do? Does that make sense? Maybe not. Moving on …

Some favorite memories :

  • Signing up for review copies of your books for the first time without knowing what they were about (?!) and being skeptical when I saw their premise
  • But being totally sucked in and ridiculously impressed and 100% convinced of your skills
  • You joining us for the journey of TGMSH even though it's been slacking a lot haha. I'm just so honored to have you on as consultant with all your experience
  • Fighting over Little Women 😑 
  • Your post about why experienced bloggers should be nice to new bloggers
  • Seeing Reveries & Co. grow from scratch (#proud)
  • My dad complimenting you without knowing who you are bc I told him about Reveries & Co. being started by a 17 yo and he was just, wow this girl is so entrepreneurial (that's the right word, right??)  and I was like 👍
  • Being in the same cabin for two camp nanos

Anyway. Just want to say it's a pleasure to be your friend and here's to many more years of knowing each other. May God continue to bless you, dear girl. 

cheers. 
Lisa



Hey Kellyn! 

I'll be honest, all I can think of to tell you is this: Just immerse yourself in the Word and pray. 
Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! 5 Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. 6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
  • Philippians 4:4-8

(Here's a few others too: Proverbs 3:5-6 / Psalm 139:23-24 / 1 Peter 5:6-9)

I'll be praying for you,

Hannah K


Dear Kellyn,
You were the first ever teen author that I encountered. Before that, I didn’t even realise that people could pursue their writing dreams from a young age. Thank you so much for being such an inspiration to me with your books, your awesome blog posts, and your life in general. God’s going to bless you for everything you’ve done and for everything you will do. 
Keep making people smile!

Blessings, 
Medomfo xxx


Dear Kellyn,

It’s been such a joy to work with you and develop a friendship over the time we’ve known each other. You are such a talented and creative young lady and I’m proud to call you friend! May God so richly bless you this year and every coming year. Hugs and happiest of birthdays to you, girlie! Oh, and welcome to the 18 Club.  

Blessings,
Sarah Grace Grzy


Dear Kellyn, 

Even though we have hardly had any interaction with each other, I have really enjoyed reading your blog and seeing your love for Jesus shine through your blog and your writing. I have enjoyed the few times that we have talked. You have also inspired me a lot since you were one the first teen writers I meet when I joined Goodreads 2 years ago. I cannot wait to see how God uses you next in your life. I hope you continue to be bold and blog what God puts on your heart because you are not only an encouragement to those around you but also a great inspiration for others to be bold. 
Thank you for everything that you do and I pray you continue to be a light in this dark world! 

In Christ, 
Abigail Harder




So...SURPRISE! *insert confetti here*

Want to show your appreciation for Kellyn too? Make sure to follow her blog and check out all of the fantastic books she's releasing this summer!

"Welcome Home" is Three!

Monday, July 1, 2019



Hey everyone!  I just realized today that Welcome Home - the first book I self-published and the first book in the Faith, Hope, and Love Collection, is turning three years old on July 4th.  Whoop-whoop!

So what does that mean for...everyone?  Well, while I'm offering all of my e-books for 0.99 on the 4th of July, you will also have the opportunity to buy discounted paperback copies of Welcome Home and My Compass Home as well -- just in time to catch up on the series before reading the upcoming book, which will hopefully be available sometime this summer (although this summer's going a lot faster than I seem to recall other summers going...)

Please make sure to check out my books on Amazon while they're on sale, and tell a friend or two too! 

Does anyone have any fun plans for the 4th of July?  Or maybe the weekend of, since the 4th is in the middle of the week...


BLOG TOUR: Review of Amanda Tero's Befriending the Beast!

Saturday, June 29, 2019


Hey everyone!  Today I have a review of a fantastic fairytale retelling by Amanda Tero -- Befriending the BeastThis is part of her great three-month blog tour in anticipation of her upcoming book, a Robin Hood retelling! But without further ado, here's my review.


This is a retelling of the Beauty and the Beast fairytale, which also happens to be one of my favorites (behind Rapunzel).  That being said, I'm always pretty picky about how my favorite fairytales are portrayed in retellings, but this book was impressive.  It's actually very original, considering that it's a retelling, and weaves Christian themes and attitudes into the plot as well.

Belle doesn't trade her life for her father's to appease an angry beast -- she also doesn't fall into romantic love with anyone.  This was, perhaps, the most attention-grabbing and clever aspects of this book.  Her father is the beast!  Her mission is to renew her relationship with her father, which was severely damaged after her mother's death.

This book closely follows Belle as she attempts to grow closer to an evasive and elusive father, her attempts aided by his servants.  I enjoyed this book because of its fresh perspective: healing familial ties instead of the normal romance route that this fairytale might take.  It talks about God's plan and how we need perseverance to see His plan through - because, guaranteed, the journey won't be easy.  This was unique because, rather than facing extreme circumstances, war, a journey, etc to portray perseverance, it simply focuses on family.  In a way, I think that familial issues require infinite amounts of patience and God-given strength, even more than those journeys and wars.  For this reason, I found myself absolutely glued to this book and loved every minute of it.  While the beginning few chapters felt a little slow, the pace seemed to adjust and I ended up reading the rest of it in one sitting.  I'd give it a 4.5/5 rating!

AND if you're interested in checking it out, she's running a sale for the Kindle copy: only 99 cents!  The sale ends tomorrow, so make sure to grab a copy while you can!




And don't forget to check out the rest of the series and put Protecting the Poor, the newest in the series, on your TBR list!




About the Tour 
In anticipation of the release of “Protecting the Poor” (book three in the Tales of Faith series), Amanda is guest posting or being featured on over a dozen blogs each month. Each post is unique to the blog—an inspirational post, an article on the writing craft, an excerpt from one of the Tales of Faith books… you’ll just have to visit each blog to see what comes up. ;) Amanda will link to each blog on With a Joyful Noise, so check in every week and see what blogs have a special Tales of Faith feature!

 About Amanda

Amanda Tero began her love for words at a young age—reading anything she could get her hands on and penning short stories as young as age eight. Since graduation, she has honed her writing skills by dedicated practice and study of the writing craft. She began her journey of publication with a few short stories that she had written for her sisters and continued to add to her collection with other short stories, novellas, and novels. It is her utmost desire to write that which not only pleases her Lord and Savior, but also draws the reader into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.

 Connect with Amanda

Make sure to click the links below to follow Amanda and be up-to-date on all Tales of Faith news! 

 Email 
amandaterobooks@gmail.com
Website 
http://amandatero.com/
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/amandateroauthor/
Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/amandateroauthor/
Pinterest
https://www.pinterest.com/amandaruthtero/
Blog
 www.withajoyfulnoise.blogspot.com Goodreads
 https://www.goodreads.com/AmandaTero Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/author/amandatero

"Behind The Blogger" Tag!

Thursday, June 27, 2019



Rules:
1.  Thank the person who nominated you 
Thanks so much, Hannah!

2.  Answer all the questions down below!

3.  Pingback to the creator of the tag: Ellyn@AllonsyThornaxx

4.  Nominate 5+ bloggers who you'd like to know more about to do this tag!
There are a lot of folks I'd like to know more about, but I don't know if they'd be comfortable being tagged -- so if you read this and you're a blogger, consider yourself tagged!



1.  Why did you start blogging and why have you kept blogging?  

Well, my first real blog was a review blog about Disney movies, merch, and books.  That one was forever ago, and I never really gained traction with it because I just blogged and left the posts be without any sort of social media promotion.  I started this blog so that I could talk about my first loves, reading and writing.  While it has morphed very much from a 'how-to' blog to a blog about my own writing, I'd like to mix some new content in if I get the time to.  I keep blogging because I have fun with it and it's a great way to talk about my passions without wearing someone's ears off.  (Or do I just wear your eyes out, then...?)

2.  What is your favorite type of blog post to write?  

Hmm....I think it depends more on my own ambition than the blog post itself.  I love writing blog posts explaining the 'why' behind certain themes in my books, but I also get equally excited about blog tour posts or review posts if I'm fired up about the topic.  Basically, if I'm in a good mood, I love whatever I'm writing about.

3.  What are your Top Three favorite blog posts?

Ummm...I'm not really sure...

My Compass Home Cast Interview
(okay, that was a lot of fun to write...I'll have to do some more)

My Compass Home - In The Details

My Compass Home - Finding Home Base 

(Okay, so maybe I do have three favorites.  And they're all about the same book, but oh well!)


4.  What are some of your favorite things to do to relax?  

Read, write, ride my horse, watch movies, research weird things, play violin or ukulele, take pictures, or restore old broken things.

5.  What are three of your favorite things?

Hmm...do I have to choose three?  Silky-smooth pens, good music, and Disney as an entire company (that includes Disney Princess, Marvel, and Star Wars, so...)

6.  What are your proudest blogging moments?

When my blog hit 10,000 views total, and a few weeks ago I had a weird instance where I had about 3,000 page views in one day shortly after the 10k celebration - so I was really excited about those instances.  I'm still not sure how that happened, but hey -- thanks to whoever decided to purge-read my blog!

Pretty much anytime that I can sit down and be motivated to schedule posts ahead of time feels pretty good, too.

7.  What are your hobbies outside of blogging?

Reading, writing, crafting, horseback riding, photography, repairing broken dolls and reselling them (I know, that's really out of left field there), playing violin or ukulele...I think that's about it.


8.  Describe your personality in three words.

Ummm....intense, pessimistic, and eclectic.

(More like 'dog with a bone' but that was four words.  I tend to get interested into things and then obsess until I hate whatever it is.  Likewise with problems.  I'll spend hours trying to decide the best solution to something.  Right now, I need to get a new car and so my obvious move was to list every single acceptable model year of every make and model sedan that I'm interested in, research the recalls and common mechanic failures of each, and eventually pit them one-on-one until I narrow my list down to a few affordable choices that I can keep an eye out for.  Most people just go check out a car lot, right?)


9.  What are your top three pet peeves?  

A.  People who smack their lips incessantly when they eat food.  Like, I'm glad you're enjoying that food, but I'm about to crack a tooth from gritting my teeth, so that isn't very fun...

B.  Folks who target you because they don't like you or something you've written.  Having a different opinion is one thing, but don't start publicly name-calling or making assumptions about the person because of your own assumptions.  That's a psychological thing called "you know you have a weak argument and you're just trying to offend the other person to get out of defending your argument" -- okay, so it isn't called that, but it's the quickest way I can explain it.  If you're interested in psychology, you probably know what I'm talking about here.

C.  Anything on or in books -- whether they've been written in, pages have been folded, or here's leftover sticker residue from 10000 years ago, it's going to bug me.

10.  What's something your followers don't know about you?

Lots of things *looks around elusively*
Umm....probably that I have two siblings, a brother and sister (both older).


COVER REVEAL: The Divided Nation by Angela R. Watts!

Friday, June 21, 2019

Hey everyone!  Today I have an exciting post for you -- the cover for Angela R. Watts' upcoming YA dystopian/apocalypse, The Divided Nation!  The book will be coming out in August, and it is the first book in The Infidel Books series.  Make sure to keep up with news about the upcoming release by giving Angela R. Watts a follow on her blog!

ABOUT THE BOOK
The United States has fallen. Three years after the 2024 presidential election and the declaration of martial law, the nation is at war against itself. Gangs battle, civilians struggle for survival, and United Nations officials thrive. George Johnston is a powerful ganglord of his own rising empire, but his son, West, refuses to continue the family legacy. Unable to run, West must become his father to defeat him.

 One of the last remaining townships in America, Springtown fights to survive the nation’s destruction. The Fisher family begins an alliances with gangsters Nate Savage and Simon Bucks in exchange for town supplies. When Mr. Fisher’s daughter, Rene’, is kidnapped and her Union officer brother leaves her for dead, Nate and Simon must risk all to save her.

 Told in a bold, abrasive narrative, THE DIVIDED NATION steps into a future where brotherhood bonds must be stronger than iron to survive a broken world and faith without courage is revealed to be dust in the wind.


Pumped for this book yet?  If you aren't excited yet, you will be once you see the cover...now!


If you need me, I'll just be staring in awe over how perfect this cover is. 

Are you looking forward to reading The Divided Nation?  Make sure to shelf it on Goodreads!

SPOTLIGHT: The Broken Prince by Kara Linaburg!

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

 Hey everyone!  Today I have an awesome spotlight to share with you for Kara Linaburg's new release, The Broken Prince!

Make sure to check out the giveaway below, save this book on Goodreads, and follow along with the rest of the tour!  Tour dates can be found at the bottom of the page.



~In all the fairy tales the maiden falls in love with the prince...but she has to remember that this isn’t a fairy tale~

Born into a kingdom where those of magical Gifts are rejected, feared, and even killed, Serena has spent her life striving to hide her ability and keep her younger brother safe.

The bastard son of the hated king and father he hardly knows, Prince Milosh is considered an outcast. He never expects to feel anything but contempt for the peasant girl who unexpectedly shows up in his life, forcing him to answer questions he never wished to ask.

When two very different worlds are thrown together under less than desirable circumstances, both hold deep judgement towards the other. But will they learn to see beyond their stations and birth so that they may defeat the coming darkness, or will labels given to them at birth continue to define them?
A heart-stopping tale about the power of human love, and how each of us are never truly alone.

Purchase The Broken Prince through these links, and make sure to shelf it on Goodreads while you're at it!
The Broken Prince (Kindle Edition)
Goodreads
The Broken Prince (Print Edition)



ABOUT THE AUTHOR



Kara Linaburg

If you combined Lucy Ricardo, Jo March, and Tonks...you would have Kara. Queen of awkward, writer before she could properly spell, and maker of imaginary humans, she is passionate about creating characters that display beauty in brokenness.

Kara took to blogging as a teenager, words soon becoming one of her greatest passions. When she’s not being a mad scientist in the kitchen or daydreaming about her next adventure, she loves to connect with readers. She lives in West Virginia where country roads always take her home.
You can feel free to stalk her blog www.thebeautifullybrokenblog.com where she rambles weekly.


Kara is also offering a giveaway! It includes a copy of the book, a candle, bookmarks and some other goodies as well. Make sure to enter below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


(Not pictured in the photo: Copy of The Broken Prince)

Giving away...
Notes of encouragement
Handmade bar of honey and oats soap from my home state
Be Bold ring dish
Bookmarks
Print, signed copy of The Broken Prince


I don't know about you, but this book sounds great and I'm excited to read it! What about you? Make sure to follow the rest of the tour - here's the schedule!


Schedule:

June 10:
-Rosalyn - Instagram Spotlight @rosysbookishcorner
June 11:
-Abby - Instagram Spotlight @the_book_worms_bookshelf
June 12:
-Melody Personette - Guest post by Kara: Writing Fiction that Impacts.
-Michaela Bush: Spotlight (you are here right now)
June 13:
-Abigail Harder - Spotlight
June 14:
-Bethany Beck - Guest post by Kara The Broken Prince Lookbook
June 15:
Abigail Mckenna - Review

-Savannah Jezowski - Guest post by Kara: Writing Beauty out of Brokenness

Blog Tour Schedule!

Monday, June 3, 2019

Hey everyone! I'm so pumped to let you guys know about this: blog tour week has begun!  You can check out the full schedule on Victoria Lynn's website HERE.  I'm so thankful to all of the awesome ladies that are involved in this tour, and I'm excited to share it with all of you!  Make sure to follow along on Facebook, as I'll be sharing blog tour posts all week.


I also have several giveaways going on to celebrate, so feel free to enter!

Quilted book sleeve (if you missed the 10k blog giveaway, here's your chance!)

https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/85840df15/


Journal:

https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/85840df16/



Discounted Services:

https://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/85840df17/


What are you up to this week?