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