About Dale Stubbart I have written and self-published over 50 books. I also help author authors get their works self-published. My wife and I enjoy several worlds - the spiritual one, the natural one, the fantasy one, and the human one. Our goal is to live in Paradise. I publish all of my books as both paperbacks and e-books. I publish most of my books as audio books. This gives readers the widest possibly array of formats in which to become part of my stories, depending on which reading method works best for them. I write books in several genres. In some of my books, I share personal stories. Sometimes somebody sees me as a character in one of my books. But then that character does something, which would totally be out of character for me. They say that people write about what they know. I don't let that stop me from writing about the unknowable. I'm a Spiritual Consultant and write spiritual books including Our Seven Brains, The Language of the Wind, and Yellow Bear. I write sci-fi / fantasy books including The Dancer, The Wizard without a Wand, and Dragon's Tears. I write reference books including Consulting 101 - The Basics, and The Word of the Rose. I write food books including Browse and Bask the Book of Life and Other Restaurants I've Dreamed Of, and Strawberry Cheesecake Applesauce. My fiction books including Thunderation, The Night the Stars Went Away, and Just Like Down Home. My children's books include Capri, Danwe of the Vase, and Of Violet and Brunettes. I'm a Computer Consultant. My computer books include Designing Your Website to Use Less Energy, In Search of a Right-Brained Computer, and Hi5ive. My romance books include Gill McGillicutty, Ribo Quadrilobe, and Every Man's Dream or Nightmare as the Case May Be. I'm an Environmental Lifestyle Consultant. My save the Earth books include The Xybrid Vehicle, Saving the Earth One Beard at a Time, and Traveling with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities. Poems that Make you Smile is my poetry book. I also include poetry and very short stories in some of my other books. Most of my books are not limited to one category or genre. My books are not formulaic or boring. My books are clean, uplifting, fun, and humorous. People say they find themselves right there in my books. They've compared my writing to Richard Bach - Jonathon Livingston Seagull. They tell me that What Would Terry Do? is the funniest book they've ever read. In this book I share how I turned my backyard into Nature's Paradise.
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