Dale A. Swanson
Award Winning Author
An American Novelist, Poet, Screenwriter and Playwright.
Swanson's prose is crisp and swift. His work is well-sculpted and tautly written, always captivating.
Swanson's latest release, a personal memoir titled Simpler Times, is filled with reflections of goodness, innocence, and all too often misguided play. It will return you to a time and place that you cherish and to which you are intrinsically and forever linked, and wish you could return. This may be his best book written.
His novels, Tears of Sorrow and The Thirty-Ninth Man, adhere strictly to historical fact though its narrative is fictional. They are from a part of our past that has been glossed over in our history books. They are stories that needed to be told.
Tears of Sorrow is being lauded as a "Must Read of 2018." The Minneapolis Star Tribune listed The Thirty-Ninth man as readers' choice for "Best Book Read in 2013."
The Wild Ways–Mystery Of The Hanging Tower, is a cleverly written fantasy chapter book for nine-to-ninety year olds published in 2015.
Swanson’s must-read early American novels are intricately interwoven lessons about American history that leave you entertained and enlightened.
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