by Emily Conrad

***This party is already past, but! Email subscribers, due to operator error (so sorry!) you received the email version of this post after the takeover already ended. However, the posts are still open for commenting for a couple of more hours. I’ll do the drawings around 3 PM CST 3/21/18****

I’m a couple of weeks into Book Launch Land, and I’m grateful for all the support Justice has received! It’s up to 25 reviews!! Thank you so much!!!

But I’m also grateful that things are starting to slow down again because I’m looking forward to getting back to my regular schedule of blogging and writing new novels. But, there’s one big exception to all of this talk about slowing down and going back to normal…

Tonight, Tuesday, 3/20/18 from 6-8 PM CST, I will be hosting a “takeover” of the Facebook group Christian Books–Connecting Readers and Authors.

During this two-hour event, I’ll be posting tidbits about Justice, lots of discussion questions, and facilitating some little giveaways and opportunities to snag freebies.

To join the conversation, you’ll need to join the Facebook group here. There is a short questionnaire required to join. Simply mention that Emily Conrad sent you over to participate in the takeover–this is one of the few places dropping my name will help you 😉

I hope you’ll choose to join the fun!

And though the blog tour is slowing down, it’s not stopping yet. I’ll continue to share here (and on social media) as additional posts pop up–the current plan is for one more post this week, two next, and then one per week into mid-April… with one straggler in May. Like I said, slowing down, not stopping.

To cope with the busyness of the launch, I took a break this weekend to read fellow Pelican Book Group author Ruth Buchanan’s novel Collapsible. It was just what the doctor ordered! Funny and smart, Collapsible had me laughing out loud and puzzling over the mystery as I flipped pages. It’s on sale as I type this for $3.82. If you’re looking for a refreshing break, too, check it out!

That’s it for now. (Sort of. I’ll still post links to the latest blog tour stops below.) Hope to see you at the takeover tonight!


Justice Review, Author Guest Post, and Giveaway!

on Rachel Scott McDaniel’s blog 
Achingly-tender from the first chapter, this story captured my heart in a tangible way, stamping my memory with brilliant strokes of grace.
The giveaway winner will be announced 3/21/18.
Read the full post here.


Justice (Emily Conrad) – Review

Thoughts on Justice from Fiction Aficionado
Emily Conrad has chosen an emotionally charged premise for her debut novel, and it’s one that cannot help but engage the reader—all the more so for the way in which she handles it. Pregnancy is life-changing no matter how or when it occurs, but Brooklyn’s circumstances take life-changing to a whole new level. Add a bitter and competitive business owner into the picture and you have a situation ripe for character growth and meeting some of the big challenges to living out your Christian faith head-on.
Read the full review here

Justice Book Review

by Sara Beth Willams
This book was….phenomenal. Courageous. Romantic. Thought-provoking. Unapologetic. I was immediately hooked. Tough issues are handled with class. It’s so encouraging to see a Christian Fiction book and author (and publisher for that matter)  willing to deal with these issues.  I  am so impressed with this story. It’s one of my favorite reads so far this year. (Ok, it’s only February.) It’s definitely one of the best I have read in a long time.
Read the full review here.

Thursday Thoughts

A guest post on Pam Thibodeaux’s blog.
My sister lived and worked in China for a few years, and toward the end of her time there, I made it over for a visit, not realizing the impact the trip would have on me.
The night I arrived in Beijing, rain washed the smog from the air, resulting in blue skies for the rest of my visit—a rarity according to my sister. Still, air quality was an issue as evidenced by the people who went about their business in face masks.
I’m sharing about how this impacted Justice over on Pam Thibodeaux’s blog on Thursday. Join us!