Why Indie Book Tour Events?

While attempting to fix this page, so that it simply showcases the events I will be participating in, I started to reflect. The following was the result:

Participating in book tours, or blog tours, as a host during the event has been such an extraordinary experience for me. There’s nothing more satisfying than enjoying a book that has come into this world, only as a result of the authors own personal, financial, and sanity testing sacrifice. Any self published author can tell you the difficulties and hardships they have endured in order to give their baby life.

These events are not something a reviewer is paid to do. In some instances, a physical book is provided in exchange for an honest review. Mostly, it’s a digital copy, which is always cool with me. It is an opportunity to get additional exposure for my blog, to meet new people(connections, connections, connections, knowhatimtokkeenbout?? Yeah budddddy!) as well as the joy of a good read of course!

The number one thing for me is that I get to be supportive, while also expanding and pushing my own personal creative abilities. I’m searching for a path that aligns with the financial needs of having a young family, but also, finding a career that will satisfy the part of me that’s been drowned out over the last 20 years. I mentally cannot work while my every minute of everyday is recorded and accounted for.

Turning 40, and the whole quarantine just shook my entire sense of the misery I had accepted as just normal and the way things were. I finally believe that I have the experience, the wisdom, the desire, and willingness to take action, in order to succeed while going down my own path in life.


Storytellers On Tour


January 13th through the 18th will be Kept From Cages by Phil Williams.

Click here for the tour schedule

Previous Tours (I’ll be adding my review links for each of the tours ihjjjjhğhhhhhuuuun here as well.

The Wrack by John Bierce Book Tour Presented by Storytellers On Tour

*August 2nd through August 8th 2020* Participants:

  • Storytellers On Tour
  • Armed with a Book
  • @Katsreadingcorner
  • OlliespotSFFbookReview
  • The Sword Smith
  • Spells & Spaceships
  • Marginally Magical
  • Out of This World SFF Book Reviews
  • The Coycaterpillar Reads
  • Horror Tree
  • RedStarReviews
  • BarbsBookClub
  • Fantasy Book Critic
  • FanFiAddict
  • Al-Alhambra
  • BeforeWeGoBlog
  • RockStarLit BookAsylum

Book Blurb

Plague has come to the continent of Teringia.
As the Wrack makes its slow, relentless march southwards, it will humble kings and
healers, seers and merchants, priests and warriors. Behind, it leaves only screams and
suffering, and before it, spreads only fear.
Lothain, the birthplace of the Wrack, desperately tries to hold itself together as the
plague burns across it and its neighbors circle like vultures. The Moonsworn healers
would fight the Wrack, but must navigate distrust and violence from the peoples of Ter-
ingia. Proud Galicanta readies itself for war, as the Sunsworn Empire watches and waits
for the Wrack to bring its rival low.
And the Wrack advances, utterly unconcerned with the plans of men.

Between Starfalls by S. Kaeth  Book Tour Presented by WriteHive

Here’s the link to the tour info: Between Starfalls by S. Kaeth

This will be my first book tour outside of Storytellers On Tour and a first time doing a Guest Post. Kriti from WriteHive has been a really positive and fun person I’ve been  fortunate to have met through all of the amazing members of the SFF writing community.

I look forward to July 7th to post my review. Also, on one of the days, there will be a Guest Post on my site about a very cool topic that I think most people will find interesting.

S. Kaeth Website