I love getting up in front of people and reading my stories... it gives them a depth and life. I can't get enough of it.
Not bad. I can tell an entertaining dinner party tale as well as the next chap, I think ...
I enjoy telling stories orally that I make up on the fly.
I'm much better on paper than in person. I can really tell a great story in person if I feel comfortable with the group. I'm nervous in a large group of strangers because I really do not want to disappoint the listeners. I need to improve this area!
I like to think that I am!
I think I'm better telling a story - providing I don't go flying off at a million miles an hour past my audience. I think when telling stories orally, I have to make sure its interactive, so I don't lose myself in it, and leave behind the audience.
Yes as I am retelling a story, I not only use my voice but facial expressions,drawing the listener in. Transforming them into another place and time.
One-on-one I tell a good story but very different from my novels.
Can I lie, you mean?
If I'm hell-bent on telling the story, I get the point across and people tend to believe me. However if I'm sitting down to tell a story, not so good at doing that.
Lies are easy, and they are nothing more than stories, but trying to sit down and tell a story everyone knows is a story doesn't work to well.
Probably not. I tend to get a little tongue tied and my creative mind only seems to work during quiet moments meditating or walking in the moonlight. I'm described as being "well spoken" but do not have the gift of creating stories "on the spot", unfortunately.
I'm fairly good at telling them - I started my career in radio news. But my voice isn't "broadcast quality" so I usually stick to print. I tend to be very matter of fact in my story telling (that's my news background), so if someone is looking for a flowery tale, they won't get it from me.
No! Absolutely no. I am far more articulate with my writing.
I am great at telling stories orally. I used to think I didnīt have the talent for this till I realized people actually paid a lot of atention to me when I started telling some story, normally a real one about some experience I had. But they never said anything, they just listened carefully smiling at times... And one day I asked about this to a friend of mine and she said she enjoyed a lot my stories as everybody else, what as I said amazed me and made me realize that when I am letting out my authentic me it is not only me who enjoys it.