Appropriate Talking Speed: The 6th of the 7 Techniques Utilized by Effective Public Speakers & Storytellers
Storytellers shouldn't talk so fast that people can't understand nor so slowly that people fall asleep. Use a talking speed that is just right for the situations in the story. Additionally, properly utilizing dramatic pauses builds suspense.
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More About The Author:
Professional Storyteller Debbie Dunn has been telling stories and teaching storytelling since 1989. For more information on her Storytelling and Workshop offerings, please visit her Storytelling Website at http://moredunntales.com. She is the author of "The Bell Witch Unveiled At Last! The True Story Of A Poltergeist" written under her pen name of DJ Lyons. This book was published in March of 2008. For more information about this Bell Witch book, her one-woman show based on this book, or to purchase the book using Pay Pal, please visit her Bell Witch Website at http://bellwitchunveiled.com. Her next book is due to be published later in 2009. It is titled "White Reindeer, Kudzu Monster, & Other Tales Of Wonder," also written under her pen name of DJ Lyons. For more information about this book, please visit her Ask DJ Lyons Website at http://askdjlyons.com.