Kyle Summers, Booker

Kyle Summers, Booker

by Dustin M. Weber

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BN ID: 2940033136919
Publisher: Dustin M. Weber
Publication date: 03/29/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 687 KB

About the Author

I'm a former English teacher from northeastern Illinois who FINALLY jumped ship with the whole e-book publishing scene in March 2012. Fiction is my specialty (although I return to my roots as a poet every now and then as well), and my interests are diverse. I aim not only to entertain my readers, but also to inspire them from time to time through my writing. Feel free to check my work here on Smashwords.com to find out for yourself.

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Dustin_M More than 1 year ago
With the pro wrestling industry in the state it's been in for several years now, a wrestling fan like me needs a release of sorts. Thankfully, when a wrestling video game doesn't do the trick for me, this book does. Basically, KYLE SUMMERS, BOOKER is the story of a wrestling fan who’s become so fed up with his favorite wrestling federation putting on one boring, botch-ridden show after another that he goes out on a limb and offers to lend the promotion a hand by becoming the newest member of their booking committee. It's not all sunshine and rainbows for him, though, once he finally gets the job, for he still has to contend with the promoter's stubbornness to accept him as someone who’s actually doing what he can to change things up in his company for the better. Likewise, Kyle must also combat the reluctance of the wrestlers to listen to yet another booker try to inseminate his ideas into their failing product and come up with some decent material for them to work with, even if he IS a fan of their choice of sport and has some fresh new ideas for their promotion to take note of and hopefully benefit from. Eventually, they do end up listening to him for a time and realize that hey, maybe the new guy DOES have something to offer their federation with his insights into a business that he’s supported time and again over the years. In other words, this book contains a nice little feel-good story that might be a pipedream at best for most pro wrestling aficionados, what with the chance of such a fate ever befalling any real-life wrestling fan being pretty slim, but is still quite an uplifting one all the same that’s sure to offer the average pro wrestling supporter a release from the absurdity that’s been plaguing the industry today. Without a doubt, I truly recommend it!