Story Power

from traditional folklore to authentic, personal tales, storytelling bridges cultures—ageless, inclusive, and timeless.

Winner 2021
Indie Gold Book Award

Silver Winner 2021 Readers’ Favorite

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Stories are everywhere! The art of storytelling has been around as long as humans have. And in today’s noisy, techie, automated world, storytelling is not only prevalent—it’s vital. Whether you’re interested in enlivening conversation, building your business brand, sharing family wisdom, or performing on stage, Story Power will show you how to make use of a good story.

Become an Engaging Storyteller. Storytelling is the most effective way to communicate and to affect change—if you know how to use it. Story Power provides techniques for creating and framing personal stories alongside effective tips for telling them in any setting. Plus, this book models stories with unique storytelling examples, exercises, and prompts, as well as storytelling techniques for delivery in a spontaneous, authentic style.

Learn from the Experts. Story Power is an engaging, lively guide to the art of storytelling from author and librarian Kate Farrell, a seasoned storyteller and founder of the Word Weaving Storytelling Project. In Kate’s book, more than twenty skillful contributors with a range of diverse voices share their secrets to creating, crafting, and telling memorable tales.

If you want to experience the power of storytelling in your life, Story Power is for you. In this book, discover:

  • How to share your own coming-of-age stories and family folklore
  • The importance of a personal branding story and storytelling marketing
  • Seven Steps to Storytelling, along with helpful tools, organizers, and media options
Kate Farrell,
Storyteller and Blogger

I’d love to hear from you! ~Kate Farrell, Blogger
What readers are saying:

“I’ve always loved folk tales, legends, and oral history. This blog reminds me of the entrancing stories to be found in Parabola magazine. You’ve contemporized the storytelling tradition in a way that invites one in—to stop for a moment and enter another time and place.” ~Carol Derfner, Writer