Man – let me offer you a definition – is the storytelling animal. Wherever he goes he wants to leave behind not a chaotic wake, not an empty space, but the comforting marker buoys and trail signs of stories. He has to keep on making them up. As long as there’s a story, it’s all… Read more »
The Three Frilly Goats Fluff for the March Madness Writing Contest!
You may have noticed my blog has been a bit quiet over the last few months! I haven’t meant to neglect it, but between doing LOTS of storytelling programs and workshops, completing final proof-reading/edits of my 4th children’s book which is headed to press, and getting ready for the arrival of my little one ANY… Read more »
At the Intersection of Road Rage and Storytelling
The other day I was driving home from the grocery store, waiting to turn at a red light when a maroon car blew through the intersection and began to tailgate the car in front of it which was moving along at the speed limit. The driver in the maroon car became exasperated, waving his arms… Read more »
Library Book Sales: Not To Be Missed!
If you aren’t checking out your library’s book sale shelf, then you are missing out! I cannot begin to express the number of wonderful books I have found on these shelves — ranging in price from 25 cents to $1. These are hard-bound books that often retail for as much as $20 online or in… Read more »
Storytelling at the Hospital
Last week I had the awesome opportunity to perform at Metro Health Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. This was one of my first experiences performing in a hospital setting, and it was for a children’s outpatient clinic. The clinic was having a back to school party and looking for a new form of entertainment. They happened… Read more »