Dan Milton

Biography

The author retired from Hewlett-Packard in 2004. He managed leading-edge technology projects in the U.S., UK, and India. As a technologist, he pioneered several areas, including: voice verification, voice mail, e-mail, wireless texting, and cellular operations. Early on, he managed a number of classified shipboard command, control and communications projects as a US Navy contractor. He has been an author and speaker to professional groups on technology topics in the U.S., Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and India. In addition, beginning in 1985, he and his wife bred and sold llamas for over 25 years as a family operation. They put on seminars, shows, and national auctions. He announced llama/alpaca shows on a national level. In 2013, they sold the llamas and the ranch and moved into town.

The author has a B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Texas A & M University. He has taken graduate studies in Physical Oceanography, Management and Computer Sciences at the University of Washington & the University of California.

The author served as president of the Indo-American Society. He was District Governor of Toastmasters International. He was a Board member and President of the Llama Association of North America and the International Llama Association. He and his wife were contributing editors to the International Camelid Journal. He has hosted two half-hour cable TV productions of “The Llama Show” on RFD-TV.

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Books

Roll Over Play Dead
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 64,910. Language: English. Published: March 16, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
A physically challenged young man flees his small rural village. He carries only a knapsack containing the entire wealth of the community. With a four-legged fellow traveler, they struggle across Siberia and the North Pacific attempting to reach a small Alaskan village on Lake Iliamna. But fate interrupts their journey. Seventeen years later, two SCUBA divers make an interesting discovery.

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