Born near Detroit Michigan and transplanted to Tampa Florida, then Russellville Kentucky, Douglas has been writing for most of his life. Married to his soul mate Julie, for fifteen years, he has two children, Pam and Dallas.
Past experience includes articles in the Tripolitan, (Journal of the Tripoli Rocket Association, June 1991) and TRASH (Tampa Regional Aero-Space Hobbyist). In 1993 and 1994 many articles were published in the Unauthorized Launch, the Tampa Tripoli High Power Rocket Club news-letter. In May, 2004,a science fiction Short story was published in the online magazine NTH Degree. Also, an award for creative nonfiction was granted in the 2007 Frank and Cellia Conley Writing Contest at Western Kentucky University. In 2012 his first novel titled “Time Travel and Dimensional Journeys” was published as an e-book and is still available at most online retailers. Haunted Romance, published in 2013 at Smashwords.com is receiving rave reviews and is a real pleaser.
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By Douglas Daech
Published: September 8, 2013.
Haunted Romance is a story about a high school girl who falls in love with the ghost of a murdered boy from 30 years ago. Together they work to solve his murder.
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Smashwords book reviews by Douglas Daech
- The Tunnel
on March 10, 2012
Smooth reading, I want momre!
- The New Guy In Moon Base Twelve
on March 13, 2012
Tom Litchtenberg has a funny story in this little novel. I giggled to myself several times as I read through it. When a surprise visitor ends up in the moon base, it’s not only how the residents react to the visit that is funny, but the set up of the entire situation. Tom has a slanted view in this work of the future and the politics that govern it. From the race to beat the Chinese in building a moon base, that has no other reason to exist then getting there first, to the odd qualifications of the residents, it is obvious that a lot of pre-planning and thought went into the storyline. (Unless Tom actually thinks this wacky!) In a quirky way the story holds together and is plausible only because the characters fit into the setup so perfectly. I throughly enjoyed it!
- Sky's Isle
on April 04, 2012
Great storyline and discriptions, a good story all together!