Daniel P. Douglas
Author of Science Fiction Books and Much More...
Daniel P. Douglas is a U.S. Army veteran who has also served as a senior analyst in the U.S. intelligence community.Hear Daniel's Interview on The Author Show
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As a writer, Douglas creates epic tales – of the past, present, and future – with the most unlikely of heroes, and calls upon them to join extraordinary and mysterious struggles. His characters' sometimes-reluctant choices and actions put them on a collision course with destiny and reveal unimaginable truths. In every pulse pounding, edge-of-your-seat adventure, survival means confronting personal flaws and doubts, and forging unexpected fates as inspiring new champions in the eternal battle against evil. In short, Douglas is a multigenre author who turns ordinary people into extraordinary heroes.
Douglas explores this theme through science fiction, conspiracy, mystery, suspense, and thriller books and screenplays. His first novel, Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project, centers on a decades-old government cover-up of contact with extraterrestrial life. Other current and upcoming works include The Outworlds series, which is comprised of science fiction adventure stories set in the early twenty-fourth century at the fringe of human civilization; Green Bird, a modern-day thriller about an FBI agent racing to stop a cyber terrorist before it’s too late; and a hard-boiled, World War II era detective series called Richter’s War.
Born and raised in Southern California, Douglas has also lived in Virginia and Arizona. He now lives in New Mexico with his family, pets, and livestock, and enjoys reading science fiction books and conspiracy thrillers as much as writing them.
Me at an undisclosed location in Iraq, circa 2006. I think that was a MiG-23, formerly of the Iraqi Air Force, under my feet. And no, I neither "Photoshopped in" my name, nor did I spray paint my name on the wing. Some other graffiti artist did that before I even got there. Really. True story. Man, was I hot standing up there. Yes, I was good-looking too, but it must have been like a 1000 degrees in the shade that day.