about Eric shoars
Eric Shoars is a serial storyteller who considers the English language his playground and who never met a pun he didn’t like. Eric is a modern day Walter Mitty with a serious twist. His writing style is best described as “fly on the wall” putting the reader in the shoes of the lead character experiencing what he does as he does. His heart’s desire is to have a personal narrator for his daily life. It works in comic books so why not in the real world?
No Way Back Today is Shoars’ first foray into fiction. His non-fiction works include Women Under Glass: The Secret Nature of Glass Ceilings and The Steps to Overcome Them and Evil Does Not Have The Last Word.
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Eric Shoars has always loved to read and to tell stories. As a young boy Eric would read comic books and then grab his superhero action figures and narrate new stories to other kids. Stories sparked his imagination. He also learned at a young age that kids and adults alike were entertained by his tales and that further encouraged him to tell and then to write stories. Eric never lost that love of storytelling but now is able to tell a story in a way that others can identify with by having the readers experience the stories through the eyes of the lead character.
Anatomy of a story
Stories are side-splitting, tear jerking, gut busting, heartbreaking, pulse pounding, first pumping, cringe worthy, high fiving, expletive inducing, knee slapping, foot stomping, forehead smacking, jaw dropping, eyebrow raising, tongue wagging, shut the front door exclaiming, toe curling, rib tickling, teeth clenching, spine tingling, heart warming, tummy tickling, nerve wracking, eye rolling, are you kidding me sagas. Stories are the best kind of rollercoasters.
These are my sagas.