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Hey gang,
Steven here! I’d like to take a moment to lift the veil of secrets behind which Jess and I work, to let all of you in on what we’ve been tinkering on behind the scenes. The long story made short is this: Storytellers has come a long way since its inception, and there’s no sign that its growth will stop anytime soon. Together, as a group, we hope to utilize our members many unique voices and skills for a variety of larger projects.

This is the primary reason why I have been brought on to oversee this blog, as well as a Facebook and Instagram page for which we recently got approval. Jess wanted to make the most of my background in Social Media Management, and I was only too willing to offer my services to this group I love so much.

In the coming months, I want to create online galleries of everyone’s amazing work on a variety of social media platforms. This will enable everyone to more easily share their work with friends, family, and even the world.

There is also talk of exploring the ideas of branching into other media. We’d like to start a radio program or podcast, depending on the feasibility. And there is even some talk of investigating the possibility of more public presentations before the year is out. However, it’s important to stress that all of these remain in the planning stages.

The point is, we have a lot of high hopes for 2017. And, if you want to become more involved in Storytellers, or just work together on some larger collaborative projects, there should be some major opportunities just around the corner. Honestly, the only limit to how far we take these endeavors will be our collective drive. So, get hyped! The sky’s the limit!

One response »

  1. I like the way that the blog looks, Steven. You did a very nice job with it !



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