Translated into 4 languages, released over 7 years ago and voted by many as the best book that contains the number 50 in its title, "This is Tai Chi - 50 Questions and Answers" still enjoys enthusiastic support and appreciation by many new (and not so new) to the fascinating art.
An Audible Update
Perhaps because of its longevity, I kept wanting to update the book, but felt if I were to tamper with it too much, like Lao Tzu's fried fish, it'd begin to fall apart. With some things it's better to step back and leave things well alone. Yet...I wanted to do something, I felt I needed to reconnect with the book and so, decided that I'd release the audio version to see if that satisfied my creative needs.
Well, it was fun, I'll say that. Unfortunately, I couldn't release it with the sound effects or backing tracks I wished as the distribution companies were not keen. Yet here it is in all its vocal splendour - you can listen to a sample below.
It's available on Audible, Scribd, Kobo and most online audiobook suppliers. However, if you want it direct from the mOnk you can get it on Gumroad, here - bundled with the ebook together for less than $10. (Bargain of the century).
Anyway, back to the main reason why I expect you are reading this. The main distributor for the audiobook - Findaway Voices - has given me a bunch of codes to give away. I've already sent out some to subscribers on my list (What! You didn't know? Well, join the list here and don't miss out next time!) Findaway has these codes to give away. I have a few left if you would like one - perhaps in exchange for a review on Amazon or another platform? One thing: You'll need to be based in the USA I'm afraid, as the codes only work there at the moment. If you'd like one, shoot me an email here and I'll send you your personal downloadable code.
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