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Kenneth Shaw

Very well put. That book is awesome and I have yet to tackle some of the bigger badder stories in my life. I know it will take more than a week or two to craft them so they are not for the class setting. I have also enjoyed all the wonderful stories other have told. Thanks you for a great blog post.

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