Dan Boudreau


Dan’s first book Desperata, features a selection of stories including, “The Art of the Snip,” “Termite Flatulence,” and the “Abominable Answering Machine.” The stories were collected over the years and saved by Dan’s sister Maxine Koppe, who worked with Dan to turn the collection of humour into the book called “Desperata.” By popular demand this book is out of print.

Since then Dan has written three business planning books, countless bad taste emails, and a succession of rants and self-effacing missives on topics ranging from Bugs in the Bano to marriage, to waffles and his newest release “The Journey of Love and Healing.” He makes it a practice to incorporate writing into each day.

When Dan takes those occasional days off from work and writing you will find him stuffed into a floating toothpaste tube sometimes referred to as a kayak (rarely right side up), or coaxing disturbing sounds from his guitar. From bungled attempts to outsmart fish in the rivers of northern British Columbia to flopping around in the waves or practicing applied inertia on tropical beaches, his leisure time usually incorporates blue skies, fresh air, thundering surf, abundant sunshine, and a few billion of grains of sand.

Dan lives in Prince George with his wife Britta.

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The Journey of Love and Healing
Price: Free! Words: 42,090. Language: Canadian English. Published: February 17, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Family relationships
When Clarence and Olga Boudreau left Prince George to return to their home in Penny on December 27, 2011, they couldn’t have known how radically a head-on motor vehicle collision would change their lives. This true story is a compilation of communications that reveals how miracles arise when individual resolve is matched with love and support from family and friends.

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