D C Dan Lee
Devon C. “Dan” Lee is a native of Wabash, Indiana. He grew up during the 1940’s World War 2 era, and the 1950’s.
He writes about young adults (18-30) drawing on his own experiences, and those of others around him. Although fictional, much of what he writes has real situations he has lived as the foundation.
Mr. Lee is a retired former journalist and businessman. Married, the father of four, he was born in Wabash, Indiana. Friends and classmates, who have known him virtually all his life, still refer to him as “Danny”.
Most “Danny Boy Stories” currently available are in e-book format as novella "short stories for busy people”, usually about 55 to 60 pages each. His longer books, "120 Letters" (a new novel), "The Family Unrelated", and "Defining Heroes", are also available in paperback.
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Web site: http://www.dannyboystories.com
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Where to buy in print
Danny Boy Stories--120 Letters
This is the story of two young beginning reporters trying to survive in 1959. Together, they fight heroically, wade into the murky waters of widespread official fraud, corruption, murder, and engage in a new war against domestic abuse and violence!
Danny Boy Stories--Writer Baby Steps, An Essay for Beginners
This FREE essay is for the beginning fiction writer of any age, or as a help for those embarking on creative writing for the first time. It is not a complete instruction or all the necessary information needed for a successful writing career.
Danny Boy Stories--Age 6
--“Age 6” is the tale of an Indiana boy just reaching his seventh birthday upon which he is escorted by an older family friend on a five-day, often mysterious, outing via steam locomotive. Another “Short Story for Busy People,” ideal for older youngsters.
Danny Boy Stories--Old Man, Cop
What happens when a small Southern Illinois farming community faces gunmen bent on killing vacation Bible School children in a church?... Officers face the dreaded “domestic disturbance” call?… There is much more excitement in this “Short Story for Busy People".
Danny Boy Stories--Black 'til Daylight
Set in 1960, “Black ‘til Daylight” traces a horrendous New Year’s Eve night for a police officer, his friends, and colleagues. Wounded by an assailant’s bullet, thrown from his crashing patrol car, the officer works to survive. Another “Short Story for Busy People”.
Danny Boy Stories--Cup O' Music
This is the uplifting story of a challenged, mysterious, young man who connects hearts through music. In “Cup O’ Music”, music plays the major role in bringing a traumatized young man back into our world of reality. Another "Short Stories for Busy People."
Danny boy Stories--Limelight
There was no witness protection program in the late 1950’s, but there were those who certainly needed protection. “Limelight” is the story about just such a situation. Another "Short Story for Busy People."
Danny Boy Stories--Quiet One
“Quiet One”, set in 1957 and 58, features a 1955 graduate, Carlie Carmichael, who becomes a major city investigative reporter with a knack for ferreting out municipal fraud. Another "Short Story for Busy People."
Danny Boy Stories--The Trickster
“The Trickster” is the story of one teenager and his buddies who wanted to challenge Halloween prankster rules, even break them. Another "Short Story for Busy People."
Danny Boy Stories--Right Hand, Salute
Non-Fiction. The recollections of one Tea Party Patriot’s involvement in the movement, September 12, 2009 to 2012, his opinions and points of view.