Daniel Coleman is a first-time book writer who wants to make a positive contribution to our world.
As a father, stepfather and grandparent, he is concerned about our society and the environment for future generations of Americans. Having taught safety programs in the public school system, he has felt the pulse of our youngest citizens and knows the difficulties of today's youth.
A veteran of the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War, he had an opportunity for international travel and came to appreciate the common threads within mankind and acknowledged the merits of peace.
Currently employed by a major automotive manufacturer, and having worked in an engineering environment for many years, he has watched technology far exceed its creators, seeing these 'scientific wonders' as solving only a small number of man's complex problems. The balance of the burden still lies on the shoulders of humanity -- setting premise for his book 'Beyond the Horizon.'
He is a graduate of Oakland College, Michigan, in the disciplines of Engineering and Business. Further studies included communications and metaphysics, giving him what he felt to be well-rounded education.
Born in Michigan, he migrated to California in 1976 and eventually relocated to Arizona in 1988 where he currently resides with his wife.
He is a member of the American Legion, and also an active member of a volunteer Emergency Response Team.
Since writing his book he has used his psychic ability to volunteer 'soft information' to local law enforcement agencies on certain unresolved cases; working in the background to bring justice to the families of the victims of violent crime.