Book Tour Featuring *THE STAINED SEA* by Paul Carver Williams @Field_Pixie @RockstarBkTours #giveaway

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE STAINED SEA by Paul Carver Williams Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!


About The Book:

Title: THE STAINED SEA (Omen Book 1)

Author: Paul Carver Williams

Pub. Date: March 31, 2023

Publisher: Paul Carver Williams

Formats: Paperback, eBook

Pages: 279

Find it: Goodreads, Amazon


In the wake of a lost messiah, an oppressed religious sect known as ‘the singers of Oros’
are targeted by those in power. A lone singer calling himself Runo worksmag
tirelessly to revive the faith of his people by any means necessary. Even if it
leads to bloody experiments, and cold-hearted manipulation. A young slave named
Cai is called on by a philosopher to aid in a catalogue of the wealthiest
families in Grecuria, starting with the owner of the library where he works. On
his journey he must confront a past that isn’t his own. Lastly, Sailing on a
sky ship surrounded by merchants, Mele Amahki was given passage to begin a new
life. However, everything changes when their pink sky turns blue, and they find
themselves in a new, unexpected world where things are much the same as back
home, except her people do not exist. She finds herself thrust into positions
of power, entirely unsure of what is best for her crew. Knowledge, religion,
power, and blood run through the veins of the Grecurian islands. But through
three headstrong individuals, the veins will be cut, and darkness will stain
the sea.


Author Guest Post

My top 5 favorite movies

I think my favorite movies will be a surprise, because they don’t really align with the kinds of books I like to read or write. I tend to prefer dramas rather than fantasy or sci fi. One of the ones that always comes to mind is Saving Mr. Banks, the movie about the author of Mary Poppins and her deal with Walt Disney. 

Another is The Perks of Being a Wallflower, based on a book, it’s about growing up and dealing with the traumas life throws at you, even from a young age. 

The next would be Amelie, the French 2001 romance. It’s really quirky, but captures so well the feelings of love, and childlike wonder that I need to remind myself of now and again.

 The next one is Pan’s Labyrinth, from the fantastic director Guillermo Del Toro. It’s like a dark fairy tale that has fantasy elements, but the viewer decides whether they were real or not.

 And for the last one, I’ll say Call me by Your Name, which is a controversial pick, I know, but on style alone it simply doesn’t miss. And while there is trauma in the film, it’s not hinged on the character’s being gay, but just the separation between them. It’s tragic, but it doesn’t center on sexuality, though it does linger in the background of the narrative.


About Paul Carver Williams:


An LGBTQ, Black-Latino young adult with an eclectic taste in
music, Paul Williams has struggled with his identity, eventually leading to
mental illness. However, with support from his siblings, he gained new
confidence to express his inner emotions through art and writing. At age
seventeen, he published his first book. In 2018, along with his friend, Icesis
Street, Paul won the technology Student Association (TSA) 1st place State award
for Children’s storybooks. He is now working endlessly to carve a place for
himself among the creative professionals and pave the way for other talented
‘students’ of art and literature.

In his newest book, Shadow of Hades, Williams reveals themes
of grief, often what we commonly associate with death. He hopes readers are
moved to examine their lives on a smaller scale, feel invited to empathize with
all aspects of the world and see the magical playground that is our shared
universe. The world seemed uniquely grim at the time Williams wrote Shadow of
Hades, and that darkness is nuanced in the characters, however, he still
provides a glimmer of hope to the readers for a world that desperately needs it
and that we should all keep close to our hearts.


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Giveaway Details:

1 winner will receive a finished copy of THE STAINED SEA, US Only.

Ends May 6th, midnight EST.


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Tour Schedule:

Week One:


Into Books

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 Week Two:


Mythical Books

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by Radus

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Two Chicks on Books

Guest Post/IG Post


#BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

Excerpt/IG Post


Writer of Wrongs




Review/IG Post

 Week Three:



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Jazzy Book Reviews

Excerpt/IG Post


Books and Kats



A Dream Within A Dream

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Review/IG Post

 Week Four:


Author Z. Knight’s Guild

Review/IG Post


Living in a Fictional Reality

Review/TikTok Post


Eye-Rolling Demigod’s Book Blog

Review/IG Post


Lifestyle of Me



The Momma Spot



Review Thick And Thin

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 Week Five:



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More Books Please blog

Review/IG Post


A Blue Box Full of Books

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Country Mamas With Kids

Review/IG Post


Brandi Danielle Davis

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