I love stories. I told stories as a child: in the backyard digging holes in the sand my dad use for cement, playing at the creek while finding frogs or fishing, meeting the spirited folk playing in the warm fields, walking to and from school, swing in the garden back and forth on warm Colorado nights, hiking in the Alaska mountains, sitting on the train going back and forth to Colorado, having coffee at cafés in Oakland, telling tales to my children before they fell asleep, now by entertaining my grandchildren. I love creating, drawing, telling, and writing stories.
  • Oakland, CA
  • JoinedJuly 4, 2014



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BobbieKinkead BobbieKinkead Jun 17, 2017 10:28PM
Followers, one hot week in Oakland, CA, unbelievable! To remind everyone I dedicated the last part of Sita's Ramayana,  Part 19, 'Sita's Rescue' to @RAkeshNeRi. He gave me help and much information...
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ASIAN STORIES by BobbieKinkead
ASIAN STORIES Historical Fiction
Daily in April will be posted a written story: 'How Dragons Shaped China'; the Hindu Ramayana from SITA's point of view; and from Korea, 'Taming of Tiger'; from my days of telling verbal stories at the Asian Art M...
Rhyonna's Fright by BobbieKinkead
Rhyonna's Fright Fantasy
A Faery's Challenge to Save Her Realm Rhyonna's is a faery, the best flyer in the village, the Flying Teacher of the Wee Ones. Only Rhyonna is over-confident, pays no attention to warnings, so falls victim to the m...
STORY REALM, Traditional Stories by BobbieKinkead
STORY REALM, Traditional Stories Random
The tales will follow an emotional theme, A = Able, B = Bold, C = Clever. A good story brings out this emotional premise. Remember, we connect to a story because of pity, identification, sentimentalism, suffering...
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