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How to Become an Enchanting Story Teller in 5 Steps

I’ve had professional screenwriters tell me my life would make for a darn interesting movie. I regularly pitch Netflix on an idea to make a series about my wildest travel stories. It’s one thing to live a wild life. It’s quite another thing to be able to tell an entertaining, captivating, humorous and sometimes dramatic story about the experience. If you can tell enchanting stories through your blog you will strike an emotional chord with your readers.
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