Stevie Turner interviews Chris, the Story Reading Ape!!

Our Favorite Furry Chris The Story Reading Ape got a banana for each interview question!!!!

Stevie Turner

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There can be hardly anybody left on WordPress who is not familiar with the logo above, or has not heard of Chris, the Story Reading Ape.  Chris runs a promotional platform here on WordPress, and publishes valuable information and advice for Indie authors like myself.  Today for a change I thought I’d turn the spotlight around so that you can all find out a little bit more about Chris, the Story Reading Ape.

Thanks Chris, for answering my 20 questions!

  1. You say you’re not an author, but have you ever thought of writing a short story, poem or novel?

Yes I have posted several (very) short stories, you can find them under TSRA TALES in my blog NAVIGATION Tab ( http://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/blog-navigation/tsra-tales/ )

  1. Whereabouts in the world do you live?

I currently live in Manchester, England, but I don’t originate from there (big furry pointy fanged grin)

  1. What made you decide to champion the Indie author?

In December 2012…

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3 Most Important Media Platforms for Writers | Savvy Book Writers

Book Marketing on a Shoestring Doris-Maria Heilmann 111Publishing Savvy Book Writers In some of my seminars and during publishing and book marketing consultations I meet authors that are not only new to writing, but also often have no

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SNEAK PEAK: “THE RIVER” by Patrick Jones, #Author of the #BESTSELLING Novel, “The Wolf’s Moon”

Wait for it…WAIT FOR IT…W A I T   F O R   IT…

From Patrick Jones, Author of the BESTSELLING novel,

The Wolf’s Moon

Comes The River with details to follow shortly…

“The River by Patrick Jones will keep you reading, on the edge of your seat AND out of the water…”
Chris Graham
(Top 3000 Amazon UK / Top 100 Goodreads UK Reviewer)

B E   A F R A I D !!

The River by Patrick Jones

Daily Echo – Sue Vincent: When reviews really matter…

Excellent information about book reviews from Author Sue Vincent!!

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

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 “Bilbo Baggins was a Hobbit who lived in his Hobbit hole and never went for adventures, at last Gandalf the wizard and his Dwarves persuaded him to go. He had a very exiting (sic) time fighting goblins and wargs. At last they get to the lonely mountain; Smaug, the dragon who guards it is killed and after a terrific battle with the goblins he returned home — rich! This book, with the help of maps, does not need any illustrations it is good and should appeal to all children between the ages of 5 and 9.” Rayner Unwin’s review of The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien

In 1936 a ten year old boy was given a book by his father. This was not just any book, nor just any boy… Rayner Unwin was the son of Sir Stanley Unwin, founder of the publishing firm George Allen…

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