Thursday, October 17, 2013

It's Kind of a Cute Story!

It’s Kind of a Cute Story!
By Rolly Crump
As Told to Jeff Heimbuch

Pour yourself a drink, pull up a comfy chair and settle down for a fun story time. Reading It’s Kind of a Cute Story is like sitting down with a good friend listening to them tell funny stories from their life. Rolly Crump shares his stories of working for the Disney Company and Walt Disney as well as what came after Disney in his life.

Rolly Crump is a retired Imagineer and Disney Legend. He helped to design many rides around the parks and even designed parks for other companies after leaving Disney.

Rolly’s stories are funny, pungent, bitter sweet and well told. His recounting of his life is personal and relatable. At times he rambles but this is all part of the sweetness of the telling and adds to the personal feel.

Rolly shares how he started working for Disney as in animation. He talks about the education he got at Disney with the open door policy they have and how he could move from department to department soaking in what they did.

No story of working for the Disney Studio or WED/WDI during the 1950s-1960s is complete without stories of Walt Disney. This book is no exception. Rolly shares his personal memories of Walt and his frank opinion of Walt the man.

Here is information about the book:
Paperback version length: 192 pages
Publisher: Bamboo Forest publishing (November 17th, 20012)

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My Christmas book, “An Angel Remembers 25 Voices of Christmas” is available!!
This is a collection of 26 short Christmas stories that together bring the amazing events of Christ’s birth alive. It is my hope that this will help encourage families to spend 10-15 minutes a day together during the busy holiday season remembering the true reason for the season.
You can find it for ALL eReader formats and PDF at:

For your Nook the link is:

It is also available at the iTunes book store and many other ebook seller sites.
The only big site not carrying my book is Amazon.
You can download a Kindle version from

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