Release Announcement


MOON DOG AND THE PURPLE TREE (English and Spanish Versions)
By K.T. Seto

A Picture Book
Published in Hardback and eBook by K.T. Seto Distributed by Barnes & Noble Press.

March 27, 2021

In this first Picture book for toddlers by author K.T. Seto – marketing director for Fae Corps Inc, children are taken on a delightful adventure with a precocious little boy and his beloved stuffed Dog.
The tale is translated by S.Y. Aguilar for Spanish Speakers.

K.T. Seto is an artist and author of Speculative Fiction for adults.
Her children’s books are stories she wrote for her children, nieces, and nephews as they were growing up and decided to put in print form for her grandchildren to share.

For more information visit or write to Fae Corps at

Author Spotlight : K.T. Seto

K.T. Seto wallows in what if. She writes Speculative Fiction with a paranormal bent that ranges from paranormal and fantasy, to science fiction and all things in between.

Look for news of her work on social media @KatAboutThat on Instagram, @kat_about on Twitter and K.T. Seto-Author on Facebook. Or just go to her website

We asked her several questions. Her answers were both Fun and enlightening.

How long have you been a Creative? I call myself a renaissance curvmugeon. I have been creating all my life and focused on becoming a published author for the past 3 years.

Why did you choose to be an Indie Author? Because the market has changed and the only way to be seen in a crowded field is to prove you can do it yourself first.

Has any of your work been published/shown or do you have a website? If so, where? Currently have stories published online in Write of Passion Literary Journal, Dragon’s Within- Claiming her Wings (available on Amazon and a few other places including the publisher’s website- Balance of Seven) *Editor’s note – She is also one of our authors from Through the Sunshine and has Submitted a story for Nightmare Whispers.

What do you do for fun? Hobbies? I paint in oils and sculpt in wire, bake, I read everything and crochet.

What or who got you started?
I can’t remember when I started creating. I come from a family of creators. But Debbie at Sacred Rebels convinced me to try and put my work into the world.

Have you ever suffered with writer’s block? If so how do you deal with it?
Often. I manage by immersing myself in something different until I get itchy to write again.

Do you have family or pets you want to share with us?
I am a mother and grandmother

We look forward to seeing more from this talented and wonderful author.

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