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Author:  MReuel [ Thu Oct 13, 2016 7:15 am ]
Post subject:  Storytelling integrity

Hi, I'm looking forward to being involved with some of the debate here.

I am very passion about respecting storytelling and all that it offers to our learning and cultures. I believe that an exposure to storytelling as a child, through books, film and personal interaction also, was the single most important aspect of my upbringing in terms of developing my interests and intellect. I am always thinking about what makes a story timeless or universal, which are the qualities that most writers would like to achieve, as well as being conscious that, in a changing world, our relationship with storytelling might be in flux.

As a reader I'm particularly inspired by myth and folklore, though I'm on a bit of a mission to understand the modern world a bit better too (we could do with a bit more of that).

Author:  Cattleman [ Fri Oct 14, 2016 7:58 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Storytelling integrity

Greetings, MReuel, and :welcome: Always glad to meet a fellow bibliophile, especially one who takes their reading seriously. I enjoyed your post; it made me think. :hmm: Looking forward to some good discussions.. :)

Author:  Chris OConnor [ Mon Oct 17, 2016 1:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Storytelling integrity

Welcome to the community. :-)

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