Author Archives: Dandelion Man

About Dandelion Man

W. M. J. Kreucher is a fledgling writer/former engineer/former ghost writer for Congress/lobbyist/technical advisor (hey who can hold a job these days). He has his own blog and has self-published once or twice, OK three times. You can find him on the web if you look hard.

Good-Bye

The old man’s throat tightened as he approached the door. It had never been easy for him in these situations; only getting worse since his wife passed. He had to force himself to leave the house. Oh sure he went to church … Continue reading

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Listening to Santa Claus

Audio books are the latest way to multi-task. You can listen as you exercise or just watching the waves at the beach on a warm summer day. Richmond’s own Samuel E. Hoke has just finished narrating an audio book that … Continue reading

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Writing for Audio Books

Views and readers are well aware of scene breaks. They are readily apparent in both these traditional media. Authors use them to denote a change of scenery or the passage of time. I never gave them much thought until I … Continue reading

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Not Sugar-Coated

Originally posted on Stand Apart:
To my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus, Our Lord: I hear that you sit in your houses, intentionally avoiding meeting your neighbors.  You care more about having the latest smartphone than the well-being…

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Featured Author

Bublish, a new publishing site is having a floating bookstore and this week, I am one of the featured authors. check it out.

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Together

Intertwined as the branch and the vine. Different yet the same. Destined to coexist. Always hopeful.

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The Other Day

The other day you asked why I loved you, I cannot begin to count all the ways; I was attracted to your beauty. I was attracted to your delightful personality; kind, loving, playful—people wanted to be around you and I … Continue reading

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