Advice for Writers from a Reader Who Loves to Support Writers: Guest Chris Graham (TSRA)

Sound advice for writers from a reader standpoint and links to some great resources via Chris Graham aka The story Reading Ape

Fiction by Rachael Ritchey

Hey all! Happy day! I’m so excited to introduce to you (and you to) Chris Graham aka The Story Reading Ape as a guest on the blog. Chris is a super supporter of authors and if you haven’t you’d do well to swing over and follow his blog. Chris offers so many free services to authors as well as helping with book design. He’s encouraging and helpful, scowering the world of blogs for worthwhile information to share too. I appreciate his hard work and his dedication, not to mention his insights. And today he’s here to answer some questions and offer some helpful advice.

Thanks for coming over Chris!


Chris Graham, Guest to the blog:

My thanks to Rachael for her kind offer to post an article from me – also for the challenge she set me for the topic:

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3 thoughts on “Advice for Writers from a Reader Who Loves to Support Writers: Guest Chris Graham (TSRA)

    1. wendyunsworth Post author

      My pleasure, your comments are absolutely at the root of what we are trying to achieve as writers. Reading aloud is a great vehicle for coming up against all those awkward and run-on sentences and just the general feel of the paragraph/chapter.
      I am going to thoroughly check out all the links on your site when I just get a spare moment. Thank you!

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