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Scary Stories for an "Old Miner" ?
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I have to play an "old miner" who tells scary stories this Halloween. Any ideas for inspiration? Reference? The location has an old concrete mine and I think my character is just an old geezer still…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Bishop, the Storyteller Nov 1, 2009.

Telling Stories for Grown Ups
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Hi All,Just wondering if anyone else tells stories mostly for grown ups. My stories deal with some of the unsavory characters and events that I have been eye witness to and they are not really for…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Coilín "The" Oh-Aissieux Apr 29, 2010.

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At 6:37am on January 3, 2012, Sonia Carmona Tapia said…

Happy birthday to you! i hope the three wise kings bring you lots of presents!

At 1:56am on October 8, 2009, Doug Motel said…
That was really helpful Mike. Thanks!
At 10:24pm on October 7, 2009, Mike Lockett said…
Hi, Doug - you asked last month about the importance of having an ISBN number. If you are only selling at venues where you tell stories - and hawking your own CDs - there is no reason to have one. However - if you wish to have any kind of retail store sell your products - they need the ISBN AND usually need a barcode in order to manage sales. The cost for both is not very large - but having them is helpful in getting others to sell your products. It also makes your products look more professional. Good luck in selling your products. Mike Lockett, The Normal Storyteller (I live in Normal, Illinois - so I can get away with that stage name.)
At 8:28am on October 1, 2009, Jonathan Kruk said…
Thanks Doug! It's always great to receive a supportive word for those also in the life and business of words, storytelling and all. I'm readying for a hectic Halloween season!
At 2:16pm on September 13, 2009, Rebecca L. Buscemi said…
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