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I adore storytelling. I read something like this and I suddenly feel SUBSTANTIAL.

Mo Nance

Thank you Liz. This is a goldmine for me. Meticulously outlined and very helpful.

Kenneth Shaw

Great little summation. I am looking forward to learning all this in class with you.

Myranette Robinson

Thank you for this Liz, I'll use this post for class.

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