Noteworthy Notes:

  • Affrilachian Tales: Folktales from the African-American Appalachian Tradition www.parkhurstbrothers.com You can also find Affrilachian Tales on Amazon.com! And my second Parkhurst Brothers publication, Beyond the Briar Patch, is available, too! Woo-hoo, y'all!
  • Both books won awards! Affrilachian Tales received two awards, the 2013 Anne Izard Storytellers' Choice Award, and a 2013 Storytelling World Resource Award. Beyond the Briar Patch has also received the 2015 Anne Izard Storytellers' Choice Award. Wow! I am feelin' good about all of that! Thank you to all who believe in what I do, and support my work.
  • Book #3 from Parkhurst Brothers! Look for HOT WIND, BOILING RAIN: SCARY STORIES FOR STRONG HEARTS. Enjoy the stories. Try the writing exercises in the back of the book. Remember, this is an award-winning one that is not for the kiddies, or the faint of heart!
  • BOO-TICKLE TALES: NOT-SO-SCARY STORIES FOR AGES 4-9 by Lyn Ford and Sherry Norfolk is now available!!!
  • More titles will be posted soon!

  • MY VIDEOS!!! Available thanks to the great folks who make the St. Louis Storytelling Festival such wonderful event, and the Columbus Dispatch.

  • I keep hearing that I'm on Sirius XM radio, but I never hear myself. Thank you to BYU Radio and others for making this possible!

  • There's an article about me in the July 6, 2015 Columbus Dispatch!!! With a video and slideshow!!! Thank you, Ken Gordon, reporter extraordinaire. Can't believe it!!! http://bit.ly/1G2NO2H
  • LYN IS A CERTIFIED LAUGHTER YOGA* TEACHER! Go to my new Laughter Yoga page for more information.
  • Lyn is proud to be a part of the wonderful, award-winning story-download website Tales2Go. Gather good stories for your young listener at this site: http://www.tales2go.com/
  • Learn about the art and craft of storytelling! Lyn's interview on breaking into storytelling isn't the only wonderful bit of information you'll find there (but it's a good place to start!)...

You'll meet some of the best and brightest storytellers in the wonderful interviews you find there: http://www.artofstorytellingshow.com

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