T.S. Eliot action hero? The mysterious Eliot Waterstone and his connection to Rand O’Neal

One of my favorite introductory scenes in Alexandria Reborn is when Rand O’Neal meets Eliot Waterstone in The Library. “I want to see you in the light,” the voice said.  “Just there. I want to see who’ve you become or, rather, who you are. The seed of The O’Neal’s.”  As the voice spoke, a figure emergedContinue reading “T.S. Eliot action hero? The mysterious Eliot Waterstone and his connection to Rand O’Neal”

Interconnectivity, symbolism and numerology in Alexandria Rising

Someone asked me the other day about how much symbolism I crammed into ‘Alexandria Rising. Well, the answer is pretty straightforward: As much as I possibly could. Why do this in an action adventure novel? Well, I figured if I was going to write a novel, I might as well have some fun with it.Continue reading “Interconnectivity, symbolism and numerology in Alexandria Rising”

What’s in a name? Meet Kennon

I was unlocking my door on Fifth Floor at Berry College’s Dana Hall in the fall of 1993. I caught a peripheral glance out of the corner of my eye of another student doing the same a few doors down. We met each other’s eyes. Recognition? Shock? Rejoicing. I couldn’t believe it. It was KennonContinue reading “What’s in a name? Meet Kennon”