Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Episode 3 of #ChatWithIndieAuthor: Kyle Robert Shultz

Kyle Robert Shultz is an amazing author of fantasy and re-telling-ish type stories (watch the video. That genre name will make sense afterwards). Today he talks about helpful writing tools, writing inspiration, favorite and least favorite fairytales, and more!
Kyle's newest book, The Stroke of Eleven, releases on November 30th. You’ll want to read it. Seriously. Look at how amazing it is.

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Interested in those writing tools Kyle mentioned? Find them below:
When is the next #ChatWithIndieAuthor episode? Excellent question! Wednesday December 27th will bring us a chat with E.B. Dawson. Have questions for her? Leave a comment below or on social media using the hashtag!

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Related articles:
Episode 1 of #ChatWithIndieAuthor: S.M. Metzler
Episode 2 of #ChatWithIndieAuthor: Aria E. Maher + eBook Giveaway of The Tangle

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  1. Great response about the Christian messages. I find the same issue in Jewish fiction. There is such a dearth of good Jewish novels that when I find something even halfway decent I'm inclined to give the author a pat on the back. It's like I was starving and they gave me a piece of stale bread. But this mentality of "We have to support these authors because they're spreading good messages" leads to the authors feeling a little too pleased with themselves and not feeling any need to improve their storytelling. We shouldn't be mean or insulting in our reviews but we could gently point out the weak points in their stories and ask that they try to reach a higher standard.

  2. Not an allegory, but a supposal. Not a fairy tale retelling, but... a fairy tale inspired perhaps? Can I just say the covers for his books are amazing! I'll have to add The Stroke of Eleven to my Christmas wishlist! Another great chat, Hannah. :)

  3. trustNjesus
    and I'll see you Upstairs.
    God bless your indelible soul.


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