The Beyond Her Calling Relaunch Blog Tour | A Post about Scotland
Hey everyone! Guess what? I’m sick. And in addition to being sick, I started a job this week that I wasn’t planning on starting (it’s a good thing, but it means my schedule was screwy). Basically, there is no “post about Scotland” … yet. I’ve been too tired and too sick to write it. That said, for the scavenger hunt, this post had to go up, so here it is.
[A Post About Scotland Shall Be Here Some Day, I Hope! Sorry that it’s not here yet. My throat hurts! And I worked this week before said throat started hurting. 😛 So yeah.][EDIT as of 5/18/22 – this is not happening. Move on and forgive me for my unprofessionalism.]
About the Book
Ivy Knight feels that her life may never start. Though her loving family assures her that her place in the world is close to home, she still feels a push to move out of her comfort zone. Hoping against hope, she travels to her old friends at McCale House, seeking a purpose.
Jordy McAllen has just returned to Scotland after his education in London. He fears that what everyone has always said about him may be true: he can’t be a good doctor, let alone a good man. Determined to prove himself, Jordy snatches up the opportunity to become the doctor in the village of Keefmore near his parents’ farm.
When an old friend decides to travel to Keefmore and visit a relative, Ivy follows. She soon finds herself drawn to Jordy, but as their attraction grows, they both face doubts. A relationship between the two of them feels improbable—and might just require a step of impossible faith.
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Saturday, January 22nd
1 — Kickoff Post by Kellyn Roth @ Lilacs and Reveries
2 — “Why Christian Fiction is an Important Genre” — Guest Post Written for Jane Mouttet @ Library Lady’s Kid Lit
Sunday, January 23rd
3 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Hannah E.M. @ Precarious Bookstacks
4 — Interview with the Author by Grace A. Johnson @ Book Nations
Monday, January 24th
5 — A Post about Ivy & Jordy by Kellyn Roth @ Lilacs and Reveries
6 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Jane Mouttet @ Library Lady’s Kid Lit
7 — [NOTE: as this post did not go up, please refer directly to the next post in the tour.]
Tuesday, January 25th
8 — “Handling Tough Topics with Respect to Historical Accuracy” — Guest Post Written for Michaela Bush @ Tangled Up in Writing
Wednesday, January 26th
9 — A Post about My Other Characters by Kellyn Roth @ Lilacs and Reveries
10 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Grace A. Johnson
Thursday, January 27th
11 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Vanessa Hall
12 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Hannah Killian @ The Writerly Worm
Friday, January 28th
13 — A Post about Scotland by Kellyn Roth @ Lilacs and Reveries
14 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Marguerite Martin Gray
15 — “Why Christian Fiction CAN End with a Kiss” — Guest Post Written for Grace A. Johnson
Saturday, January 29th
16 — “My Least Favorite Christian Fiction Tropes” — Guest Post Written for Merie Shen @ Imperial Scribis
17 — [NOTE: as this post did not go up, please refer directly to the next post in the tour.]
18 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Katja L. @ Old-Fashioned Book Love
19 — Review of Beyond Her Calling by Alexa Mintah @ Thus Far
20 — Final Post by Kellyn Roth @ Lilacs and Reveries
Monday, January 31st
Wrapup Post by Kellyn Roth @ Lilacs and Reveries
Head over to my Instagram account to enter!
This blog tour hosts two giveaways! The first is as-usual – a simple blog tour giveaway!
- Beyond Her Calling in paperback
- The first three novels in Audible (audiobook) format
- A painted ornament by Painted Prose Designs
- Tea (!)
The scavenger hunt!
- $25 Amazon Gift Card
- The first four novels in The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy in paperback
- Bookish socks
How to Hunt
- Begin at Stop #1 and continue on to the final post. At the end of each post, you’ll find a CLUE and a LINK to the next stop. Progress to each stop in order.
- Collect all the clues and submit the full phrase at the last blog stop via the linked form to enter the giveaway. (This will be on my blog.)
- While you’re at each stop, be sure to comment, as each comment wins you another entry.
- Deadline for entries is Monday, January 31st, at 10 AM Pacific Standard Time.
The clue for this stop
TO – CLICK TO VISIT THE NEXT BLOG
What do you like about Scotland? Any questions I could answer when I come back to this post?
I like the culture and history of Scotland.
Yes! I’m also a big fan!
Aww hope you feel better soon! Scotland fascinates me so much!!
Thank you so much! I can’t wait to come back and write about it when I feel better.
I like the landscape and the wildness and I LOVE the accents! Hope you feel better soon?
Thank you so much!
I hope you feel better soon, Kell! I really like the landscape of Scotland also.
Thank you, Em! I’m on the mend!
I hope you feel better. Scotland is pretty.
Thanks! I’m greatly improved. 🙂