Literary stars

Stars in their underpantsFrom time to time people say nice things online about my stories.

No, really! Here are some examples.

Chris, Thank-you for making my days funnier and reminding me that laughter really is the best medicine. Loved the book! – Anna Yamato on King of the Undies World

Weed is a brilliantly written comedic novel while at the same time a harsh criticism of modern consumerist society.

The lyrically attractive writing style spoke to me and does a good job of creating a vision of this fictitious yet very real world and company. It reminded me of Terry Gilliam’s movie Brazil! from 1985. If you, like the protagonist, sometimes find yourself drowning in the rat race for conformity and mediocrity, this book is for you. I immediately bought a second copy to give to a friend! – BAE Pronk on Weed

Apparently this is the first in a trilogy, great news if that’s true because I thoroughly enjoyed this one and could easily go another two books.

Underpants, millionaires, North Koreans, rats, kidnapping and sticky buns, this book has everything a true comedy book should have. – Damon Mckinlay on King of the Undies World

No one has said anything mean about my stories, (people are so polite) so I can’t make a list of mean things, though I suspect it would be more entertaining than a list of nice things.

And while I have your attention and you are all warm and glowing from reading the nice things people have said, I’d like to say if you’ve read and enjoyed any of my stories, would you consider giving it a star rating on Amazon and/or Goodreads? These ratings really do help. They raise the title in the rankings and reassure potential readers that the story is not actually toxic or liable to cause injury other than the odd the laughing-related hernia.

I thank you in advance.

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About chrispagefiction

Author of the novels Sanctioned, Weed, King of the Undies World, and The Underpants Tree; also the story collection Un-Tall Tales; editor, freelance writer and all that stuff. At heart he is a London person, but the rest of his body is a long-term exile in Osaka, Japan.
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