Trying Out: The Humble Story Teller (Week Thirty-Five)
My friend, and a grand orator, passed away on his one hundred and eighth birthday. I like to tell stories. I like to dabble in mass media. All of this pushed me to start podcasting. Enter: The Humble Storyteller.
You can visit on Facebook. (www.facebook.com/thehumblestoryteller)
You can see the hosting site over at Archive.org. (archive.org/details/@thehumblestoryteller)
Honestly, it all comes down to my belief that everybody could use a bedtime story. So I figured I would read some public domain stuff (like Dickens or Aesop). Now and then I would retell some moments from history. And who else to tell embarrassing stories from my life than me?
So yes, this blog is pushing me to create yet another media outlet. So far though, I am enjoying it. I like microphones. I miss reading to my nieces. (They are old enough to read for themselves now. Ungrateful little urchins!) I am eager to collect stories from other folks and share them around.
If you have any stories to share? One that a humble storyteller might pass along? Speak up. 😉
Nieces still beg nightly for bedtime stories! (At least the middle one does, the oldest – depends on the book =)
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