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Donalie Beltran and Chris The Story Reading Ape are now friends
Dec 13, 2014
Chris The Story Reading Ape commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post So you want to be a what??? (For all aspiring writers out there)
"Thank you Norma :)"
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Jun 7, 2014
Susan Uttendorfsky commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post Dun Writin’—Now Whut? A series by Susan Uttendorfsky – Owner of Adirondack Editing – (17 Sentence Fragments)
"Yes, Ian, you're right. It's mostly when it becomes overdone that it's a problem.  :)  Thanks for commenting, and it's nice to see you here!"
Jun 3, 2014
Ian James Miller commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post Dun Writin’—Now Whut? A series by Susan Uttendorfsky – Owner of Adirondack Editing – (17 Sentence Fragments)
"Oops - those typos were not for effect. Sorry."
Jun 2, 2014
Ian James Miller commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post Dun Writin’—Now Whut? A series by Susan Uttendorfsky – Owner of Adirondack Editing – (17 Sentence Fragments)
"Hello Susan. Me again! (Learning nothing, seemingly!) In my opinion, fragments are one of the more interesting problems in writing because yes, strictly speaking they are wrong, but if you look at your two examples, the one with the fragments has a…"
Jun 2, 2014
Michael W Alvin commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS?
"Say, Ian, I would be willing to review one of your books if it would help you.  I'm always willing to do something for another author.  I know it's tough!  I mean, maybe it won't mean much to you, since I'm a…"
May 28, 2014
Ian James Miller commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS?
"I have published 105 reviews on Amazon and a number on Goodreads so I feel I am doing something. Yes, I wish someone would review my works too, but I guess them's the breaks."
May 28, 2014
Chris The Story Reading Ape posted a blog post

Serendipity, maybe By Mariana Llanos

 It is funny how things happen at times. Have you ever felt like someone from above is sending you a sign? Or maybe that an ancestor is sending vibes from beyond? Or pure lucky coincidence that plainly and undoubtedly speaks to you? Serendipity, maybe, knocking at your door.So, I don’t know how to explain it. But I have a feeling I shouldn’t try. Some things are better to leave unexplained.See, I sent my first book, Tristan Wolf, to a contest organized by a local group of writers. I really…See More
May 24, 2014
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Meet Guest Author Chris Hedges

My name’s Chris Hedges, and I stumbled into writing purely by accident after my mentor looked over my manuscript’s first 8,000 words. I was hoping he would say it was terrible and that I should just give up. He not only told me he liked what he read, but that I needed to push forward to get the book finished too.However, the idea of writing actually began after receiving some positive feedback from an article I was asked to write for my Toastmasters’ District Newsletter a few years earlier. At…See More
May 18, 2014
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Dun Writin’—Now Whut? A series by Susan Uttendorfsky – Owner of Adirondack Editing – (24 Tenses)

TensesWhat are tenses? They are a term applied to a verb, which is an action word in writing. Merriam-Webster online states that in grammar, a tense is “a … form of a verb expressing a specific time distinction.”When you look at the different tenses of a verb, you are said to be “conjugating” the verb. Big word, eh? (A helpful site for conjugating any English verb is …See More
May 16, 2014
Chris The Story Reading Ape commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS?
"Hi Michael, If my read / review backlog is too long I always tell the authors I can't take on their book (if it's a short read, I'll consider it) - at the moment I can't take ANY more books on. When I DO post my (short) reviews,…"
May 11, 2014
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A return visit by Guest Author Kharis A. Macey

Posted on April 19, 2014 by Chris Graham Part II of 18 Years of Doubt, Lack, Sacrifice, Trauma, and Optimism . . .The Joys and pains of Writing UPON HIS DEATH BED and the Entire12-novel Serial of …See More
May 10, 2014
Michael W Alvin commented on Chris The Story Reading Ape's blog post You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS?
"I couldn't agree with you more, Chris.  I've even had people want to read my book and agree to do a review of it, then just let me down.  They  don't realize that if they say that they'll do it, then it becomes a…"
May 10, 2014

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At 11:05am on June 24, 2013, Steve K Smy said…

LOL!  It seems I was signed up - and have 3 friends :D  Oddness abounds ;)  (Now there's a title!)

At 1:16pm on June 24, 2013, Chris The Story Reading Ape said…

I sense a new book formulating in your mind Steve, set around the vagaries of life, social media and folk :)

At 11:52am on July 11, 2013, Daniel LaGrave said…

Thank you for the invite Chris, took me a little while to get here, but I'm sure it'll help! Again, my thanks to you.

At 11:13pm on August 3, 2013, Hari Qhuang said…

Hi, Chris

I never knew that there was such a website! This is wonderful!

At 4:03am on August 4, 2013, Chris The Story Reading Ape said…

Hope this expands your online and reading world even more Hari :)

At 9:23am on September 27, 2013, Kathy Klopp Cohen said…

Thank you, Chris!

At 9:14am on January 7, 2014, Grace Peterson said…

Thank you Chris. Glad to be friends. 

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Self Editing – (15 Powerful Protagonists)

Posted on February 18, 2015 at 12:20pm 0 Comments

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Powerful Protagonists

The protagonist is the chief actor, or main character, in your book. It might be a man or a woman, or even a fictional character with no gender (such as a tree). For today’s post, we’re going to refer to the protagonist as “him” for continuity’s sake.

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Serendipity, maybe By Mariana Llanos

Posted on May 19, 2014 at 2:00am 0 Comments

 

Mariana Llanos It is funny how things happen at times. Have you ever felt like someone from above is sending you a sign? Or maybe that an ancestor is sending vibes from beyond? Or pure lucky coincidence that plainly and undoubtedly speaks to you? Serendipity, maybe, knocking at your door.

So, I don’t know how to explain it. But I have a feeling I shouldn’t try. Some things are better to leave…

Continue

Meet Guest Author Chris Hedges

Posted on May 17, 2014 at 1:30am 0 Comments

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My name’s Chris Hedges, and I stumbled into writing purely by accident after my mentor looked over my manuscript’s first 8,000 words. I was hoping he would say it was terrible and that I should just give up. He not only told me he liked what he read, but that I needed to push forward to get the book finished too.

However,…

Continue

Dun Writin’—Now Whut? A series by Susan Uttendorfsky – Owner of Adirondack Editing – (24 Tenses)

Posted on May 13, 2014 at 6:00am 0 Comments

Tenses

What are tenses? They are a term applied to a verb, which is an action word in writing. Merriam-Webster online states that in grammar, a tense is “a … form of a verb expressing a specific time distinction.”…

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