Rade’s Dare

Stories are born at a cross-section of imagination and facts.

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Rade’s last few stories were based on real-life situations. Well, almost real.

Stories are born at a cross-section of imagination and facts. The percentage of each element affects the perception of these stories. Sometimes, the only difference between a story and life is that of life and death.

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I write about productivity, technology, and content strategy. Owner of www.onemoretale.com.

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