Arpita interviewed me for her wonderful blog! Please check it out! 🙂
Back in May I published a guest post on co-writing by Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills, co-author of The Dystopian Nation of City-State. Today Kaisy is back with us for a QnA about indie publishing, the genre dystopia and more.
Tell us about The Dystopian Nation of City-State.
Kaisy: The Dystopian Nation of City-State is a futuristic nation set in the year 3211. It is a horrible place where the government controls all aspects of its citizens lives. From entertainment and sports to health care and education, the residents are forced to comply with unreasonable rules and procedures. Unfortunately, the residents believe this is normal, and they do not fight the system. And, well, there are the Illegals and a couple of doctors who attempt to debunk the system.
What do you think attracts the reader to dystopian literature?
Kaisy: Dystopian literature is frightening because it is somewhat realistic. Certain events…
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