The Story Reading Ape sweetens our week start with Aunty Acid. Thank you very much for the giggles, Chris!
Thank you so much for the giggle, Chris. I just love Maxine!
Thanks for Aunty Acid, Chris! ❤
Oh yes!! Aunty Acid is back! Thank you for the smiles, Story Reading Ape!
Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord invited The Story Reading Ape to provide her with an absolutely hilarious post during Christmas time. Enjoy and meet Chris on Sally’s blog.
The Story Reading Ape(Chris Graham) was the VIP guest of his local zoo.. and everyone had an amazing time.. as illustrated by the morning after photographs taken by our intrepid fellow investigative blogger…
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My thanks to Chris for sharing these candid images of the revellers… Enjoy
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It does not matter if you blog once a week, once a day or several times a day but it does matter that it is consistent. We all love the fact that people who have dropped in on the off chance keep coming back for more. In my opinion it is down to the quality of the posts and also the expectation that readers will find something of interest.
The Story Reading Ape has this down to a fine art and the list of subjects that adorn his enclosure is lengthy. He is…
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On The Story Reading Ape’s blog I found access to Carol Tice’s article about 16 markets for freelancers. Thanks a lot for this information Chris and Carol. I might try one or two of them.
by Carol Tice on Make a Living Writing site:
Want to get paid to write personal essays?
It’s the romantic version of being a freelance writer.
Take a vacation, and write about your adventures. Survive your toddler’s terrible-twos and share your advice. Dabble in online dating and tell others the good, the bad, and the ugly about your experience.
Sounds pretty good, right?
If you have a unique perspective, experience, thoughts, or advice from your side of the fence, you can get paid to write personal essays…in just about any niche.
But you need to know where to look to find these gigs, and how to pitch an editor when you do. Note: There are still plenty of opportunities to write personal essays, but not all are well-paying assignments.
Have something to say? Check out these 16 markets for places to get paid to write personal essays:
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Steven Capps published a guest post on The Story Reading Ape’s blog that might help many of us with our internet marketing! Thank you Steven and Chris!
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According to UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) over two million books have been published this year. That does include everything written before or all of the books that will be published in the future. If I had a penny for every hundred books ever published, I’d certainly have a lot more pennies than I do now. While this statistic seems a bit detached, it is crucial for your success as an author. In order for a reader to find your book, you have worse than a one in two million chance.
There is one major problem with this statistic; launching a book isn’t the same as buying a lottery ticket. Luck might be a bit of a factor, but if you are not seeing sales, there is likely something you are doing wrong. I know this sounds harsh, and no…
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The Story Reading Ape has published an extract from an article on the Almond Press Blog where they published a list of contests, competitions and awards in 2017. Check it out. I find it very useful.
Thank you Chris!
Aaaaaand…. of course the Monday Funnies on a Tuesday. Welcome Auntie Acid! 😀