Monday, July 11, 2016

The Juliet Blog Tour

After a month of planning and creating content, our blog tour for Laura Ellen Scott's The Juliet is finally here! We're super excited to share it with you. 
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Here's the low down on where we'll be
because we want to make sure you don't miss a single moment.... 

July 11th: The Lovely Bookshelf: Laura shares some of her favorite Western's penned by women authors.

July 12: Lectito: We get an inside peek into Laura's writing process.
             A Literary Vacation:  We get to see where Laura knuckles down and puts pen to paper.

July 13: Rainbow of Books: Laura shares how she outlines the story for the book and determines who her characters are and how they will behave on the page. 
             Alternating Current's The Coil: Here we get to listen to Laura read a snippet from The Juliet.

July 14: Historical Fiction Excerpts: Laura shares the story behind the story, and gives us the scoop on who the real Lily Joy was.
             The Book Wheel: For those who are on the hunt for more awesome murder mystery literature, Laura name drops a few of her favorites. 

July 15: Grab the Lapels: Laura is interviewed by Melanie in her series Meet the Writer.
             History From a Woman's Perspective: Lauralee reviews The Juliet.


If you haven't read the book yet, we urge you to check it out. 
 You can take a peek inside and purchase it here.


Here's a little of what you can expect: 

During Death Valley’s great wildflower bloom of 2005, retired cowboy actor Rigg Dexon gives a rootless woman a gift that will change her life forever: the deed to The Mystery House, a century old shack long thought to be the hiding place of a legendary emerald known as The Juliet. Willie Judy remembers Dexon from cereal commercials she watched as a kid, but now she’ll spend the next seven days searching for the truth about him, the house, and herself, as the history of The Juliet reveals the American Dream’s dark side—one that is corrupt, bawdy, and half insane.

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