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MB Dahl
Writer of fiction, warrior at heart
MB Dahl is an award-winning author who believes in the power of a good story. She has written everything from dramas to full-length novels. Currently, she works as a technical and marketing writer for a software company. When not writing there, she writes short stories and novels that will take you on a journey to being more than a warrior and encourage you to be the person you can become. Her debut novel, Through the Balustrade illustrates a young girl’s journey through her own insecurities to discover truth and hope. In addition to her writing efforts, Dahl seeks to help others on their trip through life.
She leads an online chapter of the internationally established Word Weavers critique group, and she launched the Christian Writers Hub, a group dedicated to encouraging writers to keep learning and keep on writing. She is also a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers Association and the Light Brigade, a writers’ group. In addition to all that, when she’s not napping or searching frantically for her cape, Dahl teaches online writing courses for young writers.
Ramblings of a Warrior
MB Dahl Blog Posts

A Sketchy Story and a New Frontier

Jun. 14, 2018 by

I wrote a scary story complete with sex, lust, murder, and a freaky supernatural element. You can read it HERE. The short story was selected to be a part of this year’s edition of the Embers Igniting Magazine. Ember’s Igniting

Being honest isn't easy

Keep Crazy to Yourself. I’ve Got My Own to Deal With.

Jun. 6, 2018 by

Maybe I’m being harsh. You know, all that love your enemies and deny yourself stuff. Maybe I should be okay with someone yelling at me as they speed by or calling me stupid when I keep pulling even though the

Finding Hope when the GDPR Stuff Destroys My Saturday

May. 30, 2018 by

Please note: this article will not help you with your GDPR junk, but it will point you in the direction of having some hope and keeping your eye on the prize. What the heck is GDPR? This GDPR stuff is

Facing Fears and the Dreaded Hula Dance

May. 23, 2018 by

Fighting Fears in the Middle of the Pacific Lately, I’ve been a big, fat scaredy cat. I haven’t wanted to try new things or put myself out there, and that’s seriously not good when opportunity is looking you in the

Primrose Hill

The Magic of Primrose Hill

May. 10, 2018 by

Note from the author:  This story was originally written for a travel magazine as a short story. However, I think they saw right through me and knew it was autobiographical. Not all of it is exact to the way things

Review of the Infinity Wars – Two and a Half Hours I Won’t Get Back

May. 2, 2018 by

Why didn’t I go to Rampage? If only the time stone were real, I could roll back to the moment I saw that The Infinity Wars had sold out and picked a different movie. But that’s not what happened. Instead,

Doing the Impossible – Bring it On

Apr. 25, 2018 by

Opportunity knocked on my door, I answered, and it kicked my butt.   Almost a year ago, I got an email about a job opportunity. I don’t usually pay those kinds of emails/requests much attention. I like my current job.

Reviewing the movie A Quiet Place and Philosophizing on Life

Apr. 18, 2018 by

A Little Bit About A Quiet Place Protecting those who can not protect themselves is a theme woven skillfully through the movie A Quiet Place. It’s not obvious at first, what with the virtually silent beginning and the tragic (yet

Mistakes

I was Naked, and I Clothed You

Apr. 11, 2018 by

Hi there wonderful friends and fellow warriors, We recently joined a new gym. I also took kickboxing classes, btw. A very good way to deal with stress and frustration. I highly recommend it. The change in gym membership reminded me

8 1/2 Hours – Trapped in an Elevator

Apr. 4, 2018 by

Sometimes there are just so many directions a story can go, it’s hard to know how it should end. I’m still not sure I nailed this one. That’s why there are two endings. I’d love to hear your opinion. Which