Biography of Author Daniel T. Denman

Daniel T. DenmanIn his youth Daniel T. Denman ran dune buggies along the shores of Lake Michigan, but now Denman and Candy, his wife of 38 years, enjoy driving a '23 T-Bucket in the foothills of Tucson, Arizona. In fact the '23 T-Bucket Roadster with its 350 Chevy small block engine was one that Dan welded and built over a three and one half year period.

Daniel Denman and Candy take boating trips with their two sons, a daughter-in-law, two grandkids, and their many friends. Denman has hiked the Grand Canyon from the south down into the river and stayed several nights, then hiked out. On one occasion he had to push a mountain goat out of the way with his hiking stick (she was protecting her kid)! Denman also enjoys trout fishing in the White Mountains, camping at Fool's Hollow Lake, hunting elk in the mountains of Flagstaff, and hunting deer in the chili field turns of Willcox. Denman has read the Bible six times and is currently reading other bibles to see what other religions are all about.

Daniel T. DenmanOne unusual interest of Denman's is hunting rattlesnakes during the monsoon nights in the summer. Dan Denman's active life has given him many tales to tell. He recounts, "I had a six and a half foot rattlesnake in my grip when it tried to squeeze out of my hand. I almost had my heart jump out through my chest! Now I have him on my wall. I've also had a 24-inch gila monster in the front seat of my CJ-5 jeep when the rains made the clay road turn into owl grease. My vehicle instantly did a 180, and the gila monster almost ended in my lap!"

Among author Dan Denman's many accomplishments are slalom water skiing, stargazing, owning his own company, playing the violin, snorkeling, surveying, and attaining the level of Eagle Scout. Denman also studied geology and found that canyons' sediment layers are in an order opposite that of which most colleges teach. Daniel T. Denman spent the past twenty plus years managing multi-million dollar projects for a water utility. While in that job Denman published an article in a waterworks journal on how he solved hydraulic reclaimed water flow problems.

Author Daniel T. Denman writes his novels by visualizing them and then transferring the images to the written word. The results are beautifully detailed scenes that allow readers to immerse themselves in his stories.

By Daniel T. Denman

Filaments of Red

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Grisly-Bar Crossing

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Weaver's Beam

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