Hi. I’m Dan Drexler. 
All my life I’ve wanted to be a writer. In high school I had a wonderful English teacher. His name was Harry Kresner. His favorite saying was “the only difference between this classroom and a circus is that a circus has more chairs.”  He also said  “only one of two things can happen after I’m through teaching you. I will either elevate you up to my level of intellect or you will drag me down to your level of stupidity.”
Mr Kresner was a real character. Luckily, I didn’t drag him down to my level of stupidity. Nor did he elevate me all the way up to his level of intellect. But he did tell me to forget a career in law, dentistry or engineering. Those professions are for the masses. Pursue your talent for writing, he said. And never give up. Be persistent. Chase your dream. And you will not regret it.
That’s all very well and good, Mr Kresner, I said to him. But what are my prospects of making a living out of writing? He sighed. Very slim, he replied. But your creativity will be your reward.
Most of my life I’ve worked in construction. After all, a person has to eat doesn’t he. And, while I dug ditches and chopped trees, a story would formulate in my mind.  My imagination would run out of control. A plot developed. Characters emerged. Problems were solved. And out of the sweat, a novel was born.
Read my two books, Electoman and Entangled. There is more to them than just the stories. There are underlying themes. There are things to think  about if you are inclined to think. I am sure you will enjoy them. I hope they provide you with an interesting experience.  And I would love to hear what you think.
God bless, and always remember to love one another, for I am……..ELECTROMAN.

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