Thursday, October 27, 2016

#BlogTour stop: The Lost Eye of the Serpent by @Jphillips2323 with guest post and #giveaway #mystery #historical #youngadult


Welcome! We have a YA book featured today on this tour's stop at Reader Girls. Love the cover. A female Sherlock Holmes? Sounds intriguing. Enjoy!


The Lost Eye of the Serpent
Genre: YA Mystery 
Release Date: August 6th 2016 
Publisher: Limitless Publishing

Summary from Goodreads:

It may sound crazy, but Jonathan Delacroix is certain his sister Rose really is Sherlock Holmes...

Girls are not detectives. But in the summer of 1893, in the small western town of Hope Springs, Rose Delacroix is bound and determined to prove them wrong. When the famous Emerald Serpent Jewels are stolen from the Delacroix family hotel and the blame lands solely on her older brother Bill, Rose recruits Jonathan as her Watson-like counterpart to solve the case.


Proving your brother innocent is difficult when the evidence keeps stacking up against him...


Before Rose and Jonathan can properly start their investigation, another robbery is committed. The rusty revolver purported to have once belonged to Wild Bill Hickock has been stolen from the general store and found hidden amongst her brother's belongings. With Bill in jail, and the owner of the Serpent Jewels planning to sue the Delacroix hotel, Rose knows she has to find a lead, and soon.


Buy Link: Amazon



My Writing Process

I find the best way for me to work is a pretty complicated process. Often the actual writing of the material, the part where I sit down and pound out the words onto the page, is something that's come after a process of research, thoughtful journaling, and generally mulling over what I want to have happen, for an extended period of time. So generally when I actually write, it's after a lot of thought.

Then when I'm doing the work, it really IS work. I have breakfast, and sit down to type away, usually in two hours blocks of time. At that point, the work tends to come pretty quickly. But then again there too, there's a tendency to need to produce a bit, perhaps a chapter or two, then think about where the story is actually heading, now that I'm doing it. It's a process. Back and forth, this process of thoughtful research and contemplation of where the story is headed, followed by the active process of writing the book.
About the Author 

My first novel will be available on September 8th, 2015. It's a Young Adult fiction story called: My Buddhist Christmas.

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