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Leave Your Stepping Stones Behind
A short story that was first published in the The Women's Times
Anna Lotto is a writer and mother who has written for a host of TV shows, one novel, several short stories, and many Internet things. She has only made two children. She lives in her hometown of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, after living for 15 years in Los Angeles. The only thing she misses about LA is the majestic beauty of the Los Angeles River.
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