I am told that I am.
I think I'm equally as good at telling stories orally because the person listening can hear the inflections in my voice and facial expressions. I try to bring that to my writing, but am not always as successful with that as I'd like to be.
My wife says I am, but I am a fast reader and often read to quickly for her. I suspect I could be a better teller of tales, if I slowed down a bit and tried.
Yes, I mesmerize people when they listen to a story I tell.
Many of my written fiction comes from oral stories told to my son over a campfire, so I suppose I'm OK at the oral aspect of it. Sadly, my writing is better...
I love telling stories, I have been told that I am very animated with my speech. I am primarily a poet so spoken word is part of what I do.
Yes! And I adore to do so.
It all depends on the story. If it's a short one, I don't have trouble. If it's a long one...forget it.
I believe that I am. I love to tell stories to the children at the libraries, and the parents seem to enjoy it too.My grandchildren always want a story, though the have kids of their own.
Sometimes. It depends on how badly I have to vomit or want to get drunk. I work better with smaller groups of people, or one-on-one. Orally is an excellent word.
No. In fact, I'm very poor at oral story-telling. Before I began writing in earnest, I used to have characters talking to me in my head and would sometimes shut myself in the bathroom so I could talk to them without sounding crazy to anyone else. Once I began to put them into words on paper, though, they no longer roil around in my mind. I'm also a better writer than I am a conversationalist. I've often wondered if that comes from the fact my father was totally deaf by the time I was born and so all conversations I had with him were written on my end. He carried around a long yellow legal paid and an always-sharp pencil. And we did "talk" this way often.
I'd like to think so. I'm an introvert, so writing comes more naturally for me. People tell me that I'm funny, though, so I guess there's a bit of a story-teller there.