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The Indie Spotlight Interviews Kian Kaul

“It was a little dumbfounding that writing it up as a novel was the last thing that occurred to me.”

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Why Our Opening Lines Shouldn’t Have To Kill (Our Careers)

I’m writing this to save my own life.  If my opening line doesn’t seize you by the wallet and pry the credit card from your increasingly skeptical hand, I could die.  Or worse, not sell you my book.

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Kindle Author Interviews Kian Kaul

Failed sitcom pilots, condescending to female characters and French existentialism?

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An Audio Segment From Stockholm: The Girl At The Bar

Enjoy this fully produced audio adaptation of one of our favorite scenes from “Stockholm”.

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Midwest Book Review Gives “Stockholm” 5 Stars!

“As the world shifts, the choices between being a mega star and being a human being grow further apart.”

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A Selection From “Stockholm” : The Drinkquisition

In this scene: Anakin Carver begins to realize San Francisco has changed since he’d moved away, while childhood friend Tomas just longs to fit in.

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You Can’t Pour Gasoline On Yourself And Hope No One Strikes A Match

Indie booksellers risk alienating the only groundswell movement willing and able to support them – small-time writers publishing through Amazon.

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StoryHack Interviews Kian Kaul

What could possibly link fantastic hair, interpersonal defense mechanisms and urban renewal?

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How Twitter Is Blanding Branding

It’s social connection that not only got us on Twitter to fling our stuff, but made us want to make the stuff we’re flinging in the first place.

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A Selection From “Stockholm” : Natasha’s Leisure Day

In this scene: a lazy afternoon breakfast, while waiting on a phone call that could change everything…

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