Uell Stanley Andersen
(September 14, 1917- September 24, 1986) was a successful self-help
author in the 1950s and 1960s. Once a professional football player, he had a number of careers including running an advertising agency, wild-catting for oil, logging at the Columbia Sawmill, and acting as a gunnery officer on a destroyer escort.
He published under the names U.S. Andersen and Uell S. Andersen.
He wrote the screenplay for the movie “The Charlatans.”
The short story Turn Ever so Quickly was included in Houghton Mifflin's anthology The Best American Short Stories of 1963.
- The Key to Power and Personal Peace (1954)
- Secret of Secrets (1958)
- Success-Cybernetics: Practical Applications of Human-Cybernetics (1970)
- Three Magic Words (1972)
- Magic in Your Mind (1961)
- Greatest Power in the Universe (1976)
- The Secret Power of the Pyramids (1977)
- The Smoldering Sea (1953, novel)
- Hard and Fast (novel)
- Turn Ever so Quickly (short story)
- The Other Jesus (1960, Muhlenberg Press, novel)
- The Charlatans (screenplay)