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About Kell

Kell is a Christian & Historical author from North-Eastern Oregon who has independently published multiple novels, the most notable being The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy.

She founded the company Reveries Co. to help Indie authors achieve excellence affordably and without delay. Kellyn teaches writing through the Young Writer’s Workshop as well as privately.

She lives in the country outside a small town in North-Eastern Oregon with her parents, two little brothers, conceited beta fish, arbitrary cats, precious border collies, and various cows and chickens.

Outside of the aforementioned, she loves reading, horseback riding, farm girling, watching movies, playing clarinet and saxophone, teaching kiddos about the Bible at AWANAs, teaching all sorts of people history at the Fort Dalles Museum, watching people teach gymnastics while she secretaries at her day job, and spending time with her fantastic family (including aunts, uncles, cousins, and one crazy grandma).

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Why should you want to?

  1. If you like supporting Indie authors
  2. If you like receiving free books
  3. If you like fun author swag delivered to your mailbox (and inbox)
  4. If you want to see new projects, blurbs, covers, and know release dates before anyone else
  5. If you enjoy writing reviews
  6. If you like sharing on social media or your blog about new books
  7. If you want to be my friend (…) (It gets lonely in the office sometimes)

Any one of those reasons is a good one – but if you’re able to say “YES” to two or more, chances are, this is the street team for you!

What sorts of things can you expect to do as a street team member?

Well, first of all, you don’t ever have to do anything – but here are some things I might ask you to do.

  1. Alpha- or beta-read one of my novels.
  2. Give feedback on a blurb or cover.
  3. Participate in a blog tour.
  4. Share about my book on social media.
  5. Review my book (on your blog, Goodreads, Amazon, or other sales channels).
  6. Cheer me on!

But there are fun things, too!

  1. Free bookmarks, postcards, and other author swag.
  2. Access to all my novels in ebook absolutely free of charge.
  3. Discounts on signed paperback copies.
  4. Never-before-seen/exclusive/deleted scenes.
  5. Spoilers! But only if you want them.
  6. Sneak peaks of book covers, blurbs, and other insider information.
  7. Excerpts and snippets while I’m writing!

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On September 8th of 2018, Kellyn Roth was designing a site for her cover design business. While she was trying to develop a tagline, she realized what she really wanted to do … help authors succeed. But she couldn’t do it alone. In half an hour, she had the idea for Reveries Co.

After days of planning, talking to various service providers, and about fifty cups of coffee, Kell came up with a business plan, an application form, and a website.

Since then, Kell and her teammates have been working together to provide quality, personalized services for an affordable price. Our #1 goal is seeing you succeed in your writing endeavors.

We firmly believe that with hard work and a little elbow grease, anyone can succeed at writing. However, we acknowledge that we all need some help from time to time. We’re here to offer that help quickly and easily.

Check out our website!

I offer consulting, writing and publishing courses, and mentoring through my blog! Check out my services here.

I offer cover design! Contact me at kellynroth@gmail.com.


Ebook: $40

Paperback: $55

Ebook and Paperback: $65

published books

The Dressmaker's Secret
The Dressmaker's Secret

The first novel in my Victorian historical series.

The Lady of the Vineyard
The Lady of the Vineyard

A sweet novella set in 1938 England and France.

Kind (Coming December 22nd!)
Kind (Coming December 22nd!)

A Christmas story sets in post-WWII Munich with themes of family and charity.

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