Scarlette Pike and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “In Spite of Lions” blog tour, which will run from March 5-19th, 2018.
About the book:
How does a young lady of means escape her high society fate? By booking passage on the first ship to Africa and promptly tossing her petticoats overboard! Now Anna is trading London’s luxuries and restrictions for the wild unknown. Of course, shedding her old life would be much easier without the disapproving looks of a handsome sea captain and the demons in her past haunting her from worlds away.
About the author:
Scarlette Pike became a writer by being an avid reader of Georgette Heyer and many other regency authors. She is a senior in UVU’s English program with an emphasis in Literature Studies. In Spite of Lions is her first finished novel inspired by her love for the regency era. The story has been carefully researched in order to preserve and promote historical accuracy.
Author Residence: Saratoga Springs, UT
“In Spite of Lions” Blog Tour Schedule
March 6-Blooming with Books
March 7-Historical Fiction
March 8-Life is What it’s Called
March 9-Singing Librarian Books
March 12-Mels Shelves
March 13-Shae Geeks Out
March 14-Passages to the Past
March 18-Jorie Loves a Story
March 19-Rockin Book Reviews
Within Dates-Folded Pages Distillery
Within Dates-Discovering Diamonds
“My future was vague and friendless. I had no indication of where I would sleep, who should help me, or how I could reach a new home. I had made no plans and knew little to nothing of how to fend for myself. I had never spent a single night away from my mother’s house. Yet faith, when used in proper context, dismisses anxiety with an iron hand. Carts and horses pushed along the street, trying, I believe, to make as much noise as they were capable of. Vendors cried out from their seats on the ground and little boys and girls ran down the center of the road. Yet from the mayhem I could discern the Thames rushing by, singing her methodical and lovely song. I was a quiet island in the midst of chaos. I realized now that I had always been so.”