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Dan McGrath

Dan McGrath
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Author Dan McGrath is a survivor of narcissistic abuse and recovering codependent. He enjoys creative pursuits including writing, art and music production and is learning to fly airplanes.

He has extensive experience working in and around politics and government in Minnesota. He has served as executive director, president and communications director for non-profit political organizations, a campaign manager for candidates, chairman of a ballot committee and a registered lobbyist. He has launched several successful lawsuits against the government and won cases in both the Minnesota and United States Supreme Courts.

Dan has been featured in numerous local and national television and radio programs and newspapers.

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The Storm Towerby Dan McGrathPublish: Sep 03, 2022 Thriller Suspense Mystery Supernatural Suspense Action & Adventure Literary Fiction Fantasy Horror more»
The Adventures of Dan and Tina - Enduring and Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse
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The Adventures of Dan and Tina - Enduring and Recovering from Narcissistic Abuseby Dan McGrathPublish: Aug 25, 2021Contemporary Romance Advice & How To Biographies & Memoirs General Nonfiction
What Everyone Should know About the Government: Minnesota Edition
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What Everyone Should know About the Government: Minnesota Editionby Dan McGrathPublish: Dec 06, 2019Advice & How To History General Nonfiction

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      • Keeping it alive. Beginnings come easily, because for me, the first idea is always a spark from the ether. Banging out a few chapters while still under that initial inspiration is a pleasure. It's exciting. The story is being revealed to me. A hundred pages later, I just want the thing done. It becomes work. In my head, it's already finished in a way, so to keep coming back to the same project to bring it to completion for others can be a challenge.
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      • It made me much more conscious of my audience. That pushed me to demand higher standards from myself. When I know someone is going to be paying to read my work, I feel I have to offer a good value and respect the reader's time.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 8 months ago
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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • Take breaks when it gets to be too much, but always return to finish what you've started. Give your writing the respect of a decent ending before you abandon it.
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      • My writing schedule is an embarrassment. I can't stick to it. I mostly write when the words are burning their way out of my head. I find it difficult to jump-start a creative process when I'm not inspired.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 8 months ago
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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • Dan McGrath Dan McGrath 8 months ago
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      • Well, The Adventures of Dan and Tina is autobiographical, so, definitely. The elements I chose to emphasize in What Everyone Should Know About the Government were based on my real-life interactions with other people in the political arena. I write fiction, too, and there's no question that some of it is inspired by things I really experienced. I would think that's both unavoidable and desirable.
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      • Dan McGrath Dan McGrath 8 months ago
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      • Yes. I read them eagerly. Of course, positive feedback is encouraging. I try to learn from negative feedback and improve my writing and products. What drives me nuts is getting a bad rating without an accompanying review, so I can't tell what the reader didn't like and potentially improve my writing from the feedback.
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