A Change in Tune

A Change in Tune BY ASHLEY RESCOT. A Christian Contemporary Young Adult Romance. With a guest post + Giveaway via Justread Tours!

A Change in Tune JustRead Blog Tour Welcome to the Blog Tour for A Change in Tune by Ashley Rescot, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

ABOUT THE BOOK

A Change in TuneTitle: A Change in Tune
Series: The Strings of Sisterhood #1
Author: Ashley Rescot
Publisher: Rescot Creative
Release Date: September 15, 2021
Genre: Christian Romance, Contemporary Romance, Young Adult, Music Fiction

Violinist Victoria Pearson dreams of attending Johann Conservatory of Music in New York City for graduate school. As the oldest of five sisters, she hopes to escape her Midwestern college town and hectic family situation to fulfill her passion in life—music. But when she decides to participate in Belton University’s Concerto competition to bolster her chances of acceptance, Victoria finds herself competing against her sister Adrienne and lifelong cellist friend Jerry Chang. This sets in motion a rivalry that questions the roles of sisterhood, friendship, and maybe love.

Victoria wants to maintain the rigors required of a professional classical musician without losing her family and friends, not to mention her sanity, in the process. The demands of her large family might hinder her ability to achieve her dreams. What sacrifices will she make to reach her goals, and are they worth the cost? A new, twenty-first-century generation of little women takes the stage in A Change in Tune.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ashley Rescot

Ashley Rescot is a professional violinist, educator, writer, and Fulbright Scholar. An aficionado of music, pedagogy, family, faith, and language, she writes about her life as a musician. With degrees in both music and literature, she hopes her stories will inspire the next generation of musicians, encourage music professionals, and educate others about the exciting world of music.

CONNECT WITH ASHLEY: Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

GUEST POST FROM ASHLEY RESCOT 

What did you do before you were a writer?

Most of my life has not revolved around writing. I’m a mom of two, a lifetime musician, and a foreign language teacher. I love working with students to help them develop a passion for music and language! I grew up in a musical family, and we used to perform for parties and church events around our hometown. Now we still love to perform with each other whenever we get the chance, and we are all active performers and educators in our communities and churches.

I spent one year teaching English in Paris, which was an incredible experience! Afterwards, I spent several years teaching French at a couple of universities before having my kids.

This year, in addition to my violin students, I am teaching Spanish and French at my children’s school, which is a lot of fun!

I have written on-and-off throughout my life, but I really delved back into it a couple of years ago when I discovered a fun podcast about story structure. I had already written several versions of a novel before, but this time it finally clicked


TOUR GIVEAWAY

(4) winners will receive a print copy of A Change in Tune plus ONE of the following stories featuring a violin: The Main Dish by Victoria Kimble, A Note Yet Unsung by Tamara Alexander, A Song Unheard by Roseanna White, or Night Song by Tricia Goyer.

A Change in Tune JustRead Giveaway

Full tour schedule linked below. Giveaway began at midnight September 21, 2021 and will last through 11:59 PM EST on September 28, 2021. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. US/CAN only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.

Giveaway is subject to the policies found here.

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