I think so, but who can say except other people? I have had few complaints so far!
Yes, I have always enjoyed storytelling.
I can relate events in a funny way, yes, and I am good at telling jokes.
I am absolutely rubbish at this! Every time I try my hand at it, I find myself adding new bits and pieces.
I have not got a loud voice and am more confident if only speaking for a short time.
Yes, probably better, as when I tell stories, I make them up as I go along and dont 'edit' at all.
I do suffer from RSI but it's not bad enough for me to stop key-tapping. I dread the day when I have to use recognition software on my computer. I could always do a Barbara Cartland if my hands pack up. She narrated her books to a secretary. I could theoretically narrate my story into a tape recorder, but I hope that day never comes because I love/hate the act of writing.
No, although I read to my children when they were younger (don't most parents?) and even to my wife when she was pregnant. But I don't like hearing myself tell a story, and I couldn't bring myself to read anything I'd written to anyone else - too embarrassing.
most definitely not. i'm typically very quiet and like to think about things before i say them, neither of which is particularly conducive to story telling.
sometimes i think i am much better.
There's a difference between telling and reading a story. I think I'm reasonably good at reading my own work if you get me on a good day, but telling a story, as in the Irish oral tradition of story-telling, would be beyond me.