Pip Decks Storyteller Tactics: giving it all away

Storyteller Tactics Review: Free Gold!

For real life: no strings, no catches, just read the story

Britni Pepper
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5 min readFeb 25
A princess finds gold in this Storyteller Tactics review chapter

By the end of this chapter in my Storyteller Tactics review, I will show you exactly where to find something of enormous value.

No cost, no credit card, no email address, no nothing at all needed.

It’s free, it’s yours to do with as you wish and it costs you not one red cent, not one bit of private information, no subscriptions. Nothing. No strings attached.

This has got to be one of the greatest freebies around.

It is what I have been writing about, it is what I intend to spend the next month or so examining in detail, and it is the key to great wealth and happiness, as well as being something valuable in its own right.

The complete Storyteller Tactics deck

That’s right. Every single card. Every word, every image, every symbol of the system complete. For free.

But, hey, let me tell you a story first. Don’t worry, it’s worth it.

Once upon a time in a strange land — Illinois — there was a schoolboy called Charlie Reade.

Charlie’s life wasn’t straightforward. He loses his mother in the first few pages, his father becomes an alcoholic, things are pretty tough.

And then one day something happens that dramatically changes his life’s path. In the course of the story, he repeatedly runs his hands through a bucket of gold nuggets. Tiny nuggets the size of a BB pellet, whatever that is. He finds out where they come from and that can get as much as he wants for free. Just the effort of carrying them back home and cashing them in.

This is possibly the best story I have ever read in my life. And I’ve read a lot of stories.



Britni Pepper

Britni Pepper has always enjoyed telling stories. About people, places and pleasures.

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