Kyle Schewe


I am an author and tutor who lives in Winnipeg, Canada.

I received a Bachelor of Arts in Classics from the University of Winnipeg, a certificate in Applied Accounting from Red River College, and am currently completing the Certificate for Adult Education, also through Red River College. I tutor business to a diverse group of adult learners including international and immigrant students, and students with disabilities.

I have a keen sense of imagination, and have been an avid roleplayer for 20 years. I have applied that same imagination and passion to my writing.

If you have any questions, you can find me on twitter and elsewhere on the internet!

Where to find Kyle Schewe online


Guns: A Gamer's Tale
Price: Free! Words: 4,090. Language: English. Published: March 19, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
People are violent, we live with violence, we accept violence in many forms, and we reject it in others. Fred is a teenage boy who is just another American who partakes, and rejects, elements of the violent culture. Except one of these events leaves a former teenage girlfriend dead at his feet.
Fax: A Short Tale
Price: Free! Words: 2,130. Language: Canadian English. Published: June 30, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
The Rikas Plains, once free, is now an area claimed by the Noan Kingdom, whose peace is teetering on the edge. Follow Fax, a young boy, as he moves through a morning that will change the shape of his life.

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fantasy    guns    high school    shootings    short story    video games    violence   

Smashwords book reviews by Kyle Schewe

  • All I Want on May 13, 2012

    The piece is written in a fashion that captures the era. A first person perspective, it quickly and easily covers the life of a woman from her young adult life to an gray haired woman. It feels very much like the journal of the woman, revealing the authors insights into the tragic events that feels authentic.
  • Murder On The Mountain on May 14, 2012

    Written well, but written to be clever, this fast moving short story takes a very specific viewpoint and tries to drive home a point. While not knowing what the story was about, I already knew the ending almost immediately. It felt very transparent, and it did not have the same impact knowing how clever the author was trying to be. It is very difficult to write a surprise ending like this, especially if the story loses its impact because the reader catches on before they are supposed to.
  • Perry's Requiem. on May 15, 2012

    Great bit of fiction with wonderful potential. Really set the mood well. What makes the undead interesting is that they were human, not just physically, but emotionally and morally. More of that would go a long way in improving this story. Also found the switch between the two characters internal thoughts a bit jarring. And because of this, and the use of pronouns instead of their names, I was not always sure which character I was focused on.
  • Revived: Part I - First Steps on May 17, 2012

    Good story. The opening scenes were just great in the teahouse. Really set the feeling well while developing the characters. After that, as the reader, I felt like scenes were very quick, and I wanted more in each of them. The transition sentences didn't help either when time passed. It felt like I was being pushed along, as if that part was unimportant, and the author just wanted to move the story along to get to where he/she wanted. If you write it, make it important and interesting, or don't write it at all.