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Dale Stubbart

Mostly I write Fantasy stories. Some Sci-Fi, but most of those are also Fantasy. I write HowTo books &n-; mostly Computer, but also Environment and Food. I also write Reference books. As a Spiritual Mentor, I write Spiritual Books. And I write Poetry, Children&';s Stories, and .... I try to include a lot of humor in most of my stories.

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My stories are compact. As my wife says, I&';m the only person she knows who can write a novel in one page.
A common testimonial about my stories is I feel like I&';m right in the story.

My stories on this website are The Dancer and The Xybrid Vehicle.

Read more about Dale Stubbart to the rightbelow or at Amazon.

In addition to Amazon, my stories are available at Short-n-Sweet-n-Simple Stories and at my Spiritual Website &n-; Yellow Bear Journeys.





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Dale Stubbart

I started out writing stories for my wife at Christmas.
Well that&';s not entirely true. I started out writing stories in English Class, as I imagine most of you did too. I also wrote stories in Spanish Class in College. During my last year of College, through a series of mishaps, I ended up with a wonderful English professor, who helped me make my stories hang together and flow better.
After my wife and I married, I started writing stories for her every year at Christmas. Since they were for her, mostly they were love stories.
Then one day, sitting in the airport for a long time, waiting to catch a connecting flight, a story started downloading. Now we say, the story was writing me. But I&';m a computer geek, so downloading is also appropriate. The Dancer was the result. Before, my stories had been good. This one was fantastic. Gone were the last vestiges of formulaic writing &n-; writing in a certain manner because I should. Now there were no shoulds.
That doesn&';t mean everything I&';d learned about writing went down the drain. It meant that now I could use it for a better purpose and outcome.

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