Mar 9, 2020
Kevin Patton confesses to a mistaken early release of Preview Episode 64, offering this brief "bonus" to assure listeners that the full episode is coming. And while we're at it, let's not forget about sending in your HAPS Conference stories. Join the TAA writing network. And that survey. Don't forget the survey!
00:20 | Mistake!
02:30 | HAPS Conference Guide
03:21 | Survey Says...
04:15 | Word Dissection
10:15 | TAA Writing Network
10:13 | Survey Says...
14:08 | Sponsors
14:26 | Staying Connected
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