Telling Your Own Stories: For Family and Classroom Storytelling, Public Speaking, and Personal Journaling
Telling Your Own Stories is designed for families, teachers, counselors, or anyone who wants to inspire storytelling either in themselves or in others. The book has proved useful for preachers, salespeople, conference and seminar presenters, librarians, scout leaders, and business motivators especially. Through a series of memory prompts, the user is led through the creation of plots, of place, and of characters. Donald Davis, one of Americas most prominent storytellers, offers his advice in this first "how-to" title.
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Appalachia attitude and emotion Audiobook August House Publishers baited fishhook Begin to notice bers cast of characters childhood crises crisis event crisis is successfully describe descriptive skills DONALD DAVIS family cast Family Lifespan Chart family mem family stories Family Storytelling favorite feedback fiction find stories find storytelling alive forget format Fortune Seeking gestural language Grandma gready happened hear heard help or learn honesdy iden identity maintenance ISBN language dimensions language of sound lifelines litde house LITTLE ROCK look main character married memo mind mother moving natural language nonfiction older family members oral story pencil sharpener person prompts person you once pets place prompts plot prompts questions rable person remember seesaw sense simply smell someone story begins taste tell our story tell the story teller thing think of crisis tion touch unconscious mind usable visualize workbook wresde