What’s a Dale E. Lehman?
Good question. Hmm, let’s see . . .
He’s a native of northwest Ohio (Sylvania, to be precise) who has also lived in the Chicago suburbs, Sacramento, the Chicago suburbs again, and for some time now the Baltimore suburbs.
He’s spent most of his adult life developing software for financial, government, health care, and general business users.
He’s a writer who has published a few technical articles, two essays in Sky & Telescope magazine, a great number of essays on the Baha’i Faith (see below), three collections of said essays, and most recently his first novel, The Fibonacci Murders.
He’s a husband, father, grandfather, pack leader (or so his Great Dane/mastiff Lily thinks), and herder of cats (which Daniel frequently resists; Logan is usually more compliant).
He is an amateur astronomer and bonsai-artist-in-training.