Guest in the Hut – Chris Graham – The Story Reading Ape

Jo Robinson

I have a very special guest in my hut today. None other than friend to readers around the globe, and tireless supporter and mentor to indie authors. Chris Graham is The Story Reading Ape we know and love. For those of you who know Discworld, you might be surprised to hear that his first cousin is the Librarian at the Unseen University – no need run though – our Ape got all the friendly genes.


Mostly for me Chris is a wonderful friend, and not because he has the klout to make my books visible to real readers, but because for the duration of the time that I’ve known him, he’s often blown me away with his acts of generosity to so many of our tribe of often much maligned indie writers. He promotes our work, shares really useful tips on the nuts and bolts of our profession, and often…

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3 thoughts on “Guest in the Hut – Chris Graham – The Story Reading Ape

  1. The Story Reading Ape December 16, 2013 at 3:42 pm Reply

    WOW, here as well, thank you Jo 🙂


  2. jorobinson176 December 16, 2013 at 3:44 pm Reply

    It’s an honour to have you as a guest Chris – thank you for being here! 🙂


  3. philipparees December 16, 2013 at 7:59 pm Reply

    Having been a guest of the Ape, I’d like to take this chance to endorse his modesty in the face of HUGE generosity to all of us less than tech savvy unmarketable authors. Since this is a South African site , and I am one of you (although exiled for decades), and rather tired of the undeserving jumping on the Mandela-contra Mundam bandwagon I thought a post Ape post might be of interest generally. You can find it here


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