Blog tour: ‘The Assassination of Joseph Smith’

Ryan C. Jenkins and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “The Assassination of Joseph Smith: Innocent Blood on the Banner of Liberty” blog tour, which will run from July 14-27, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

The Assassination of Joseph Smith is the story of the first president-prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This story begins with Joseph Smith on the plains of northern Missouri in late October 1838. He is thirty-two-years-old and has less than six years to live. This story is written in present-tense form to help the reader feel more engaged with the events and the people who surrounded this distinctive Nineteenth Century figure. There are no fictional characters placed into the story.

The man you will read about in this book is heralded as a prophet by some and held in contempt by others. His name is had for both good and evil. Loyal members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, varied historians, and his most vehement critics, then and now, can at least agree on one thing: Joseph Smith was murdered in cold blood.

Assassination of Joseph Smith blog tourAbout the author:

Ryan C. Jenkins has been a student of the life and teachings of Joseph Smith for nearly 25 years. After obtaining his Master of Education from Weber State University in 2004, Ryan began writing opinion pieces for Northern Utah newspapers on family, freedom, politics, and religion. He was a blogger on the subject of faith for two years; many of his posts were featured on He was also an associate editor for Great American Documents for Latter-Day Saint Families (2012). Professionally, he has experience in business, public relations, and religious education. He has been teaching and writing for 18 years. Ryan and his wife Melissa have six children. They reside in Columbia, Missouri.

“The Assassination of Joseph Smith: Innocent Blood on the Banner of Liberty” blog tour schedule:

July 14: Reidhead Random-ness
July 15: The Stubby Pencil
July 16:
July 17: My Love for Reading Keeps Growing
July 18:
July 19:
July 20:
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July 27:

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