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Marilee Lasch

You are the "rock" of storytelling...it amazes me how , after reading 30 books, you can put it together in a beautiful summary such as this.


I love how you brought together all that you have learned and experienced so far in your last paragraph. Your quote of "once upon a time..." allows stories to be told or heard!

Marian Nance

We have come a ways from spending to passing time. One thing for sure doing it with storytelling makes either way fun and enjoyable. Today, whether we are in business to sell or consoling someone; entertaining or teaching a moral and or lesson, we realize there is so much more to gain by doing it with storytelling.

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