About Author Kyle Pratt

Thank you for visiting the website of Author Kyle Pratt. Kyle writes both post-apocalyptic and speculative science fiction novels, novellas and short stories.

Through Many Fires, the first book in his post-apocalyptic Strengthen What Remains series came out in paperback, Kindle and on Audible in August 2013. Within two weeks the novel appeared on the Kindle Science Fiction Post-Apocalyptic list, reaching #10, and reached #1 on the list on December 2, 2014. The second book in the series, A Time to Endure, reached the number one position on the Amazon Kindle war fiction genre list just over a month after release and then again in January of 2016. At the same time Braving the Storms reached the number eight spot.

Kyle grew up in the mountains of Colorado and earned an Associate in Arts degree from Mesa State College in Grand Junction. When money for college ran low he enlisted in the United States Navy as a Cryptologic Technician. "I thought I would do four years and then use my veteran's benefits to go back to college," he once said.

His first assignment was with a U.S. Navy unit at the Royal Air Force base in Edzell, Scotland. While on leave in Israel he met Lorraine from Plymouth, Devon, England and married her the next year.  Together they spent the remainder of his twenty-year naval career traveling across the United States from Virginia to Hawaii and on to Guam, Japan and beyond.

Even before he retired from the U.S. Navy he wrote short stories. In July of 2012 his debut novel, Titan Encounter, a science fiction space adventure, came out on Kindle and later in paperback. His second book, Final Duty - The Speculative Fiction Anthology, was released in January of 2013.

Kyle is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Oregon Christian Writers.

Today, Kyle and his wife Lorraine live on a small family farm in Western Washington State where he repairs gates, tends bees, blogs about the future of publishing, and continues to write science fiction and post-apocalyptic adventure novels.

To reach Kyle use the contact page on this website or email him at kyle@kylepratt.me 


In Print (digits and trees)

If you've read the bio above and still want to know more about me you might be a stalker (just kidding--I hope.)

If you are interested in learning more my blog is the next place to visit. Since August of 2012, I've been writing there about my books, my hobbies, and my life in general.

Other Articles and Blogs

Southwest Washington Writers Conference bringing the regions writers together, The Chronicle, August 31, 2017, by Graham Perednia

Dugoni, Lawson keynote 4th annual writers conference, The Wahkiakum County Eagle, August 17, 2017

18 Years and Counting, The Chronicle, February 21, 2017, by Julie McDonald

Author Q&A with Kyle Pratt, Fussy Librarian, November 20, 2016

Southwest Washington Writers Conference, The Chronicle, August 19, 2016

Indie Publishers Can Learn, The Chronicle, June 28, 2016, by Julie McDonald

Prepper Book Festival 11, Backdoor Survival, March 31, 2016

Prepper Book Festival 8, Backdoor Survival, May 13, 2015

A Few of my Favorite (Survivalist) Things, Salvation and Survival, January 24, 2015

A Time to Endure, Apartment Prepper review, January 16, 2015

Spring 2014 Book Festival, Backdoor Survival, April 2014

Food will Quickly Disappear, Apartment Prepper review, March 18, 2014

Recommended Survivalist Fiction, Salvation and Survival, January 31, 2014 

Napavine Author Kyle Pratt Releases Third Novel, The Chronicle, August 9, 2013


Let's Talk

If we can schedule a mutually agreeable time, I'm ready to talk with you and your listeners. 

Please contact me at kyle@kylepratt.me or use the form on my talk page of the website. 

The Write Stuff Podcast with Parker J. Cole. September 26, 2017

Southwest Washington Writers conference, Steps to successful indie publishing, September 9, 2017

The Write Stuff Podcast with Parker J. Cole. April 18, 2017

Prepping for Tomorrow Podcast, with Bobby Akart. August 12, 2016

Rocking Self-Publishing Podcast, with Simon Whistler. March 24, 2016