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Storytellers, list the products you have produced and/or published. This was created as a one-stop resource shop for members of Professional Storyteller. Include the producer/publisher, detailed description, photo, ISBN, and ordering information.

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Comment by Doug Motel on January 2, 2010 at 1:19pm
I have just released an audio CD of my story MIND SALAD. It is about a South London screenwriter who moves to Hollywood in the hope of escaping from his noisy ego. I play about 12 characters in his journey. The length is 56 minutes.

Doug Motel
Comment by Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons on January 1, 2010 at 3:10pm
Happy New Year, Everybody! My 2nd novel just got published on Dec. 23rd. Here is the info about both books:

2nd novel by DJ Lyons aka Debbie Dunn:
White Reindeer, Kudzu Monster, & Other Tales of Wonder
ISBN: 978-1-4489-7603-4
291 pages
Publisher: PublishAmerica
Publish Date: December 2009
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1st novel by DJ Lyons:
The Bell Witch Unveiled At Last! The True Story Of A Poltergeist
ISBN: 978-1-6047-4477-4
365 pages
Publisher: PublishAmerica
Publish Date: March 2008
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Purchase Bell Witch book from my website for $24.00 with FREE shipping.
Comment by Rachmiel Tobesman on January 1, 2010 at 10:22am
posted a sound byte from the cd, The Treasures of the King, the Princess and the Peat Digger on the Story Tour Blog

This maggid (religious storyteller) shares stories that contain wondrous, lofty, and healing messages that each person understands in their own way.
Comment by Rachmiel Tobesman on December 29, 2009 at 11:50pm
Posted a story from A Time to Separate, A Time to Come Together, Rabbi Yose and his Wife,

Anger and embarrassment are terrible things in separation and divorce. It seems that sometimes parents can stay angry at one another forever, but this is not so. It is written in Isaiah 58:7 and 9 that…
Comment by Yvonne Healy on December 18, 2009 at 10:10am

wily pig, shocking granny, gullible tourist or sadder-but-wiser husband... all are brought to life from Ireland's family lore, Cycle of Kings, Folklore Commission Archives, history and malarkey. Enjoy these comic, dark or chilling tales that transform how we think about what we love. Available from or mp3 downloads from Release 9/13/09, CD, ages 12-adult *Good Character: StoryWatchers Club. "Best DVD of the Year", Creative Child Magazine. Available:, DVD, ages 2-8
Comment by Rachmiel Tobesman on November 22, 2009 at 2:38pm
Shalom, I received many iquiries about my book, A Time to Mourn, A Time to Comfort, on how to use storytelling as a vehicle to approach to grief counseling for children. As a result I have written a teacher's guide to be used with the stories in my book. Shalom, R' Rock
Comment by Mike Lockett on October 7, 2009 at 10:30pm
Hi, Everyone - I have been missing in action from this page and from the Professional Storyteller site for a time - I was busy working on a series of four books for children. The books were released in Taiwan in July and will hit the American market soon this fall. I will post them on this site when they reach the USA. All four are bilingual in English and Chinese. I am looking forward to sharing them with all my storytelling friends - especially since three of the four will be great stories that you can tell to young audiences. Best to you all! Mike
Comment by Doug Motel on September 16, 2009 at 10:29am
Anyone able to speak on the importance of having an ISBN number if you are self publishing? Thanks
Comment by Rachmiel Tobesman on August 13, 2009 at 11:14pm
I have been telling at the Philmont Training Center twice a week all summer and it has been an interesting experience as the stories touch so many cultures and faiths
Comment by Mike Lockett on July 23, 2009 at 7:11pm
Him folks - I just read Cathryn's note about telling stories at a teahouse. It is one of the greatest experiences a teller can have. It is so very hard to tell through an interpreter - to establish and keep up a rhythmn where the story can flow without interruptions - but WOW! She is right about the media coverage. I had three TV stations interview me in Taiwan this past week prior to a program in the city of Taichung. The mayor came out and shared the stage with me. He used to interpret for the president of Taiwan - so - you can imagine the high level of interpretation! I think he thought of things to add to my stories to even make them better than usual! :) If you ever get the chance to visit Asia with your stories, DO IT! You don't even have to do it as a money maker. Just do it for the love of storytelling. FYI to all - I just released FOUR new children's books here. The art was done by a Taiwanese artist named Lu Lu Yang. The books are done at a level that are unbelievable. I knew my stories were good - but she took them to a new level for me with her pictures. I will be excited to share the stories in storytelling circles and in schools - so others among you can begin telling the lovely tales I created with young children. Best to all! Mike Lockett

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