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Started by Jill Lamede, The Tintagel Storyteller Apr 18, 2012.

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Started by Don 'Buck P' Creacy. Last reply by K. Sean Buvala Aug 21, 2011.

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Comment by Dulce Rodrigues on July 19, 2014 at 5:01am

I'm newto this group, I'd like to let you know about my books (paperback and e-book versions), in particular kids' books. For personal, academic and Professional reasons (though I'm now retired) I write in a few languages. Two of my books in English received awards, one at the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival, another at the 2013 London Book Festival, and other books also received awards in France. Most of my books are listed at Amazon, if you wish you may visit my page http://www.amazon.com/Dulce-Rodrigues/e/B0047GF6GQ. Please leave a comment. Cheers.   

Comment by Leslie Slape on September 6, 2012 at 6:00pm

I have a small number of copies of "The Healing Heart: Families," an anthology edited by Allison Cox and David Albert that is now out of print. I bought the rest of the stock from the publisher. I have an affection for this book because it opens with my story, "Tale-Teller," but there are many fine tales within. Please contact me if you are interested in buying a copy.  

Comment by Mary Gavan on September 20, 2011 at 9:12pm
My CD Celtic Otherworld gained a 2011 Storytelling World Award.  I write my own stories from my time in Scotland and Ireland by weaving Celtic understanding into modern events using a fine thread of humour.  www.marycelticstory.ca  Happy to join the group.  I tell in Vancouver, BC.
Comment by Giles Abbott on February 21, 2011 at 1:19pm

Ji all!  don't if I already told you this but you can now buY to download my "Seirdre". om either audio (mp3) or video (mp4) format.  The whole story, divided into three parts, is 1 hr 40 minutes and with each of the three parts you buy you get a free story thrown in as a gift!

So, if you are interested, go to www.gilesabbott.com/traditional-storytelling/shop where will find a free 10 minute sample.

 

best wishes

 

Giles ;{~

Comment by John David Hickey on February 21, 2011 at 12:32pm

I just joined this network, so this news may be a bit late, but I released my latest CD of stories called The Bard's New Hat back in July of 2010. You can listen to a preview of each story, order a copy of the CD, or simply download the tracks from CDBaby at:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/jdhickey

Comment by Rachmiel Tobesman on August 25, 2010 at 8:44pm
Released a new CD of Jewish stories, Coins, Candles and Faith, available at http://projectshalom2.org/StoryTour

A collection of eight Jewish tales of faith, mystery, and healing told by Rabbi Rachmiel Tobesman. This maggid (religious storyteller) wraps tales of faith around the listener like a blanket that warms the body and soul. The stories told by this maggid will arouse the heart and elevate spirituality so one can see the holy Sparks in every day deeds
Comment by Doug Motel on July 2, 2010 at 3:39pm
Had a GREAT time producing this CD of my story "Mind Salad" with producer Tim Armstrong in his home studio. It was almost as much as performing it in front of people.
Comment by brendan nolan on June 21, 2010 at 1:36pm
I produce and present Telling Tales on FM radio in Dublin which can be heard on Saturdays at 1.30pm GMT on www.wdar.ie or on the archive site of www.brendannolan.ie at any time.
More than 30 radio stories are included in my collection Barking Mad; Tales of Liars, Lovers, Loonies and Layabouts which I sell by mail order from the website www.brendannolan.ie. You can read a sample story on the site for free or just listen to the shows which always includes a new story, also for free.
Comment by Denis Gessing on January 6, 2010 at 3:35pm
First off, thanks for the invite and for having me.
I also have a young readers novel out there called "MIDNIGHT AND THE MAGICAL PRAIRIE SCHOONER", published by Silent Expressions Ltd. which may be ordered through Amazon or Booklocker.com The story starts in Donegal Ireland with the birth of Maggie Magonical, her Shamakin. grandmother, Kate, who lives in a cave by the sea, and ends in Colorado where Maggie's daughter Annie, born deaf, grows up to be Annie O' Prairie Shaman. Features other world travel... a magical horse... family relations. It's 267pp. ISBN #1-59113-857-4
Dian, did you want a book photo or author photo?
Topic for discussion (unless already covered) Should we, as storytellers, be allowed to tell our own versions of copy-written stories from other teller's books? And if so, wouldn't it make sense to state something like: "Oral interpretation by permission only." I am willing to take the plunge and say if any storyteller wishes to buy my book and tell stories from it, you may do may certainly do so. Just give credit to the author with each telling. Love to hear the thoughts of others.
Comment by Doug Motel on January 2, 2010 at 1:20pm
 

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