Local Author Fair

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This was a fun interview with Northern Public Radio! “Neighbor As Yourself” is the January selection for their #WNIJreadwithme book series. Grateful for WNIJ’s commitment to featuring regional writers. I imagine that’s an unusual thing in radio. Click the link below to hear the interview, watch a reading, and to read Host Dan Klefstad’s accompanying essay:

“Neighbor As Yourself” Feature.

Winter is Scissors

winterisscissors bIn winter, around here, people say things like “the cold cuts right through you,” or “that wind cuts to the bone”. These thirty-one, small, daily readings started, for me, as a writing exercise in extending the metaphor that winter cuts. Thus, .

Enjoy these simple, reflective, winter observations one day at a time. Winter is Scissors is now available on Amazon:

Paperback: http://a.co/2Kdoj6R ($5.50)

Kindle: http://a.co/1YMQOvq ($2.99)

Remember, only one per day!

Radio Ain’t Dead

Radio Ain’t Dead: 1.) Thanks to all who came out for “The Midwestern Voice in Literature” panel discussion at The House Cafe today. Thanks to Northern Public Radio. Interesting and fun discussion on the Midwest and writing. The event was recorded & will air at a future date. 2.)”Neighbor As Yourself” will be the featured book for Northern Public Radio’s Winter Book Series in January. Stay tuned!25285898_10159763068850486_533217711_o.jpg

Come listen to local authors discuss the topic of The Midwestern Voice in Literature. Saturday, December 9. Sponsored by Northern Public Radio & The House Cafe. Books available. More info: Click Here.midwest

kgk travelWe’ve put together this selection of winter songs and stories to accompany you on your holiday travels. Wherever you’re going, we pray travel mercies for you. And, a travel mug full of coffee. Blessings for a reflective Advent, a merry Christmas, and a happy New Year! –Kyle White, Greg Wheaton, & Kim Wheaton

Listen, or Download Here:

A Christmas Travel Companion
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1. January 20th
2. The Scandalous Truth About You & Cold Weather
3. Think Happy
4. Amy’s Song
5. Do You See Your Neighbors In Winter?
6. Last Light
7. Grandma’s Song
8. Detour
9. The Dead, of Winter
10. Oh Come Emmanuel
11. Grandfather Christmas
12. White Horse (Over the Rhine cover; overtherhine.com)

Copyright 2017: Kyle White, Greg Wheaton, Kim Wheaton. Except for “White Horse”.

Wisconsin River of Grace (2009, Cornerstone Press) & Neighbor As Yourself (2016)
Contact: KyleWhiteInk.com for signed copies; also available through Amazon.com

Hope Against Hope (2012)
Available through Amazon.com, Spotify, iTunes, or by contacting: gregwheatonmusic@gmail.com

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I’ll be reading & speaking at Edgerton, Wisconsin’s Sterling North Book & Film Festival, October 27 & 28. More info here: Book&FilmFest  Books, prints, and stickers available for purchase.   Join:  Instagram Facebook  Twitter 

Summer Reading

Get your copy today! Click here. Or, pick up a signed copy at Book World in DeKalb, Illinois, or at shows.bird NasY

Feels Like Summer

This makes it feel like summer: a private, out-of-doors show with stories from Kyle, and music from Greg Wheaton & Kim Wheaton. Watch for more shows and appearances!fox stars j

nasy-twitter “For our thinking that everything lasts forever: grant us mercy. And, one more day of 45% relative humidity. Amen.”

Humorous and reflective, Neighbor As Yourself is a collection of Midwest essays & poetry on love, death, and God. Click here to order your copy today! Or, pick-up a signed copy at local events!

Praise for Kyle L. White’s first book, Wisconsin River of Grace (Cornerstone Press, 2009):

“You’ll never find a book that better describes Wisconsin than this one.”-Dan Dieterich, Professor of English, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

“Now is the time to read Wisconsin River of Grace.”-Door County Style magazine

“…Strikes the perfect balance between nostalgia, insight, and humor.”-Amazon Review