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Blog Tour of Preacher on the Run by Janya Baas

About the Book

North Carolina, 1771
Robert Boothe has spent the last four years leading the tyrant-hating Regulators in standing against North
Carolina’s corrupt British government. Just being an unlicensed dissenter preacher is enough to make Robert a
target, but he refuses to back down from his conscience. Aside from a sympathetic court justice, the village of
Ayen Ford has no other champion for its poor and defenseless.
Then Charles Drake, emissary of His Excellency William Tryon, comes to town with one ambition: winning the
governor’s favor, no matter what it takes. And Robert Boothe just might be his last chance.
All Robert wants is a safe place for his little Baptist church to live and worship God. But the established church
wants him to shut up. The governor’s men want him dead. And that safe place is farther and farther away.
You can run, but you can’t hide . . .


Does that make you want to read this book or what?!

General Book Info
Title: Preacher on the Run (A Novel of the Regulator Uprising)
Series: For Liberty & Conscience #1
Genre: Christian historical fiction (not romance)
Length: 326 pages
Age range: 13+ or parental guidance (violence)

About the Series

Preacher on the Run is the first book (hopefully!) of the For Liberty & Conscience trilogy, which combines North
Carolina Revolution-era history with Christ-centered fiction: page-turning stories of Christian people living
Christian lives in the daring era of America’s beginnings.

Author Bio

Jayna Baas (pronounced as in “baa, baa, black sheep”) lives in northern Michigan with a great family of real
people and the family of pretend people who live in her head. (Yes, she does know her characters are not real.
No, she does not want you to tell them she said so.) She is notorious for working on several projects at once
and writing her series in the wrong order. She hones her craft amid loud southern gospel music and an embarrassing number of composition books, and is convinced God wired her to write—she can’t not write, even
though she believes German writer Thomas Mann was correct in saying, “A writer is someone for whom
writing is more difficult than for other people.” She enjoys writing and reading in a wide range of genres, but
her favorite story is this: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever
believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16)


Prize: One signed copy of Preacher on the Run, one necklace hand-stamped with “In God I Trust,”, and
one bookmark with a Bible verse and book cover art.
All entrants will receive free recipes from the colonial era.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Week One
Nov 2: Leona @ Great Books for God’s Girls (
Guest post, excerpt
Nov 3: Madi @ Madi’s Musings (
Book review, interview
Nov 4: Kaitlyn @ Maidens for Modesty (
Book review, guest post
Nov 5: Laura @ Beautiful Things (
Book spotlight
Nov 6: Malachi @ Brainstorms With Rain (

Week Two
Nov 9: Abby Rose @ Photos by Abby Rose (
Book review
Nov 10: Kelsey @ Kelsey’s Notebook (
Guest post, excerpt
Nov 11: Lauren @ Novels That Encourage (
Book review, interview, exclusive ebook giveaway
Nov 12: Abigail @ Read Review Rejoice (
Excerpt, book spotlight
Nov 13: Callie @ An Unfinished Story (
Book review

Week Three
Nov 16: Tara @ Tower in the Plains (
Book review
Nov 17: Kelly-Ann @ Musings of a Sassy Bookish Mama
Nov 18: Kassie @ Soldier Girl Stories (
Book review
Nov 19: Natalie @ Kenmore Pines 1 (
Book review, interview
Nov 20: Michaela @ Tangled Up in Writing (
Book review, excerpt, guest post
Tour Wrap-Up
Nov 21: Giveaway winners announced in Rafflecopter widget and on Books by Jayna

Buy Links

Paperback (direct from author):
eBook (Amazon): or search “Jayna Baas” on Amazon

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