I am studying the art of storytelling.
This is where I practice. Yes, I’m practicing in public!
Some stories are readings of written work. Some stories will be just me telling a story. And one day maybe I’ll produce an audio drama!
No matter what kind of story I tell, I would appreciate feedback. Just DON’T tell me “I like” or “I dislike it.”
I want to become a BETTER storyteller. The only way I can get better is if the feedback is about specific things I can change.
And since I am making a podcast of Stories I Tell, story content AND story delivery are fair game.
Some stories are science fiction. Some are personal and family stories.
Jason E. Norris
The Stories I Tell Podcast
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Ideas about storytelling and stories in progress
Introducing Colin Brock and the Mistleton Chronicles.
Do you have a significant number?
“After everything we’ve been through, I really hope our trip is boring,” Colin Brock said as he put a suitcase into the trunk.
Alice put her backpack in too. “Honeymoons are not supposed to be boring.”
I’m starting a new storytelling podcast called Stories I Tell.
So enraptured by this work of art, the man closed his eyes so he could keep the picture in his mind.
Joe was lost.
The girl with curly hair stared out the classroom window as her teacher displayed a map of the solar system.
My dad introduced me to old-time radio when I was a kid. I fell in love with that kind of storytelling. What would it be like to recreate old time radio with a podcast.
I’m practicing telling stories.
There are three things that draw me to the superhero genre. Maybe these are your reasons, too.
A birthday stirs memories.