We made the decision to be Artists, in spite of the many challenges, gladly. We have lived, sacrificed in the name of art with few regrets. But sickness doesn't respect art or artists. This group is to help inform you of those of us who are facing very difficult days due to a major illness and provide an easy way for us to join hands to help them. Our Joined Hands can make a difference.See More
Learn about how to get your stories heard on the radio in over 110 Countries and every major city and hamlet in the world. This internet radio station,"A World of Storytelling Radio," is listed in the Talk Radio Genre on both iTunes Radio and on the www.Live365.com franchise.People love stories. I bet they'd like to hear yours too. Join this group and learn how to get your stories "on the radio."What's interesting; this station began dead last in the…See More
"Greetings! I hope you find Professional Storyteller useful and informative. I sure do! Won't you consider participating in the "Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story" group? We would love to have you! Best wishes. STEVE"
Greetings! I hope you find Professional Storyteller useful and informative. I sure do! Won't you consider participating in the "Applied Storytelling: the Power of Story" group? We would love to have you! Best wishes. STEVE
What a great site PS has become and what a great community of tellers. Forgive me for being so late in greeting you. Recently my heart decided to throw a little surprise party at the emergency room... not a heart attack just Pericarditis (non-lethal... only painful condition). I am recovering nicely, was able to go ahead and get married and move. So you might forgive my late greeting. Hope you join some of the groups... mine will pick back up as I get more settled into our new routines. Anyway... welcome to PS and I hope you learn to love it and this wonderful collection of tellers as much as I do.
Will a US CD play on your equipment? If you'd like, I have a CD of stories I'd like to send you, You can send your postal address to my email Stories@YHealy.com. I wish my work had allowed me more time to converse in Tennessee.