Hmm. An interesting question. I've been told I should have been a preacher as well as an actor. As a former teacher of literature, yes, I am good at telling stories orally.
No. I mix up my words and forget things.
No. I wish. My Fiance is able to just sit down and tell these amazing stories that have me staring in awe and I can't do it. My creativity is sparked when I am in front of something blank that I feel I should fill. With my drawing it is completely plain white paper or a canvas. For my writing it is my word processor or a notebook... or a napkin... or a white board... or... Okay there are a lot of random things that are plain that I naturally start to write on.
No. Not at all.
I'm not really sure... I'm still an amateur who is still striving to be the best writer...
Definitely, I really enjoy sharing stories to friends at parties and the like.
I have my own funny way. In class they told me I had to become a story teller. But, once I joined a contest, and I did not fit in the classical story telling bussiness...these people make a lot of movements with their hands and exagerate.
Absolutely not, I can't get it out fast enough and the details are skipped. I'm not a great oral story teller.
I wish I could say yes. But truthfully, that is not really the case. I can tell a story alright, but I shine on paper.
For me I guess it depends on the subject matter. When my children were young I told them a fairy story every night before they went to sleep, many made up on the spot. In Romania I made up children's stories on the spot for orphans and they seemed to like it very much, so I guess sometimes I am.
On occasion - yes, but I must admit that writing it out makes my brain work somewhat differently, perhaps, more creative, more active. I am not that great at speaking, may be that is why I write.