Book Spotlight: With Every Step

Book Spotlight: With Every Step by Natasha D. Frazier. A Christian fiction, contemporary romance book on tour with Justread tours!

With Every Step JustRead Blog Tour

Welcome to the Blog Tour for With Every Step by Natasha D. Frazier, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!


With Every Step Title: With Every Step
Series: McCall Family series #2
Author: Natasha D. Frazier
Publisher: Encouraging Works
Release Date: December 20, 2021
Genre: Christian fiction, contemporary romance

Born and groomed to be CEO, Darius is ready to run the family business, except Jeffrey McCall has reserved that position for the oldest son. Darius McCall’s CEO ambitions have driven his choices since junior high school. He’s worked alongside his father, preparing for the position most of his life. When Jeffrey McCall names Andrew, Darius’ older brother, as McCall Resorts’ new CEO instead of him, Darius becomes furious. He’s determined to prove that CEO is his rightful place – and spearheading the construction of their new Houston resort is just the way to do that – except Kennedy Slaughter may be a bigger distraction than he expected. Kennedy Slaughter becomes Slaughter Construction Inc.’s President after the sudden death of her twin brother. She now bears the weight of the company’s success on her shoulders. When McCall Resorts hires her company to build their Houston facility, she works to make her brother proud and fights against anything that will hinder the project’s success – including the undeniable attraction between her and Darius McCall. What will it take for Darius and Kennedy to secure the success they desire and balance the growing emotional bond between them? PURCHASE LINKS*: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository | IndieBound | BookBub



Natasha Frazier

Natasha D. Frazier fell in love with love around the age of twelve because of artists like Babyface, Boys II Men, Whitney Houston, and New Edition. Around sixteen when her mother purchased a romance novel and left it lying around the house untouched, Natasha read it and a spark for the written word had been ignited.

Natasha believes that writing is one of her purposes and contributions to the world. She feels accomplished when she can get a few words written and like blah when life gets in the way. Her hope is that at the end of every novel, readers will feel like they’ve been wrapped in a cozy blanket with a mug of their favorite coffee/tea/warm drink. When she isn’t reading or writing, she is likely watching movies with her family. Natasha resides in Richmond, TX with her husband, Eddie Frazier, Jr. and their three children, Eden, Ethan, and Emilyn. Her greatest joy and commitment is to her family who she hopes to inspire above all else. One of her many mottos in life is: Faith removes limitations. Natasha and her family attend Parkway Fellowship in Richmond, TX, where she volunteers as a small group leader for elementary students. Natasha is also a member of the Houston Area Alumni Chapter of Jackson State University and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
CONNECT WITH NATASHA: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram


How you craft your stories? Walk us through your process; Story boards, Pinterest characters, detailed notes, outlines…etc.

For the longest time, I considered myself I full-fledged pantster. I didn’t outline. I didn’t spend much time thinking about my characters. Nothing. I had all of this in my mind. (And this is kind of shameful because I always encourage people to write things down so that they may have a clearer picture of whatever it is they want to accomplish. I guess I wasn’t taking my own advice.) I simply sat down at the computer and wrote the story however it came to me.

I don’t quite know how the change happened. Perhaps it was because I’d been brainstorming ideas to pitch to editors? Not quite sure.

My writing process is a lot different now. I’m still a pantster because I don’t create an entire outline. I allow the characters to tell their own story, but now I spend more time before starting to write by brainstorming the entire plot and characters. I have a whiteboard in my office. When I come up with a plot idea, I then build my two main characters. I search the internet for pictures of actors who I think fits the idea in my head, then we hold a meeting so I can get to know them and tell their story. Their pictures and bios are placed on my whiteboard.

Once I know who I’m writing about, I then spend a little time creating a skinny outline, which is really, the three BIG things that must happen in the story, the climax, and the end. These points are also added to my whiteboard.

While I write, I use my whiteboard as a guide/reference point.

The rest is up to the characters. They must figure out how they’re going to get through the mess they got themselves into (or maybe I got them into.)


(1) winner will receive an autographed copy of With Every Step and a $10 Amazon gift card!

With Every Step JustRead Giveaway

Be sure to check out each stop on the tour for more chances to win. Full tour schedule linked below. Giveaway began at midnight March 7, 2022 and lasts through 11:59 PM EST on March 14, 2022. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. US only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.

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