Ethan is an intriguing and well developed character. What were some ideas that guided his character development?
When writing Ethan, he just felt like he was brave, strong, curious, and just believed all things work for the greater good.
The evil Watchers of Time are a compelling group. What were some themes you wanted to capture when creating them?
The Watchers of Time! Well, every story must have their villains, and yes it was kinda hard writing about them. But someone had to be hurting the Universe. LOL
What is the next story that you are working on and when will it be available?
Yes, I am working on my next story. The book: Ethan Templeton & The Worlds Beyond – I have 15 chapters now but it’s not done, thanks to a Traveler that shows up!
Allow me to place you into the new world that Ethan will soon find. He suddenly heard a noise coming from the bedroom. It sounded like a radio or maybe a TV, so he hurries back to the room, but it’s empty. What is this place? There is something definitely not right here! A loud flickering sound starts echoing through the room. It becomes more like a static sound as he walks into the room, thinking to himself, “No, it’s more like a radio that has lost its station.” He slowly walks around the room, looking around to find the source but no such luck in finding it. He yells, “Who’s here? What is going on? Show yourself?” Is Ethan about to meet his destiny?
Presenting a world in tug-of-war with good and evil, and you may find yourself rooting for the smart, determined Ethan throughout the story. He and his parents Scott and Willa Templeton are on their annual visit to Uncle Phil and Auntie Myra Inn in the countryside. Very early in the story takes an unexpected turn, and Ethan ends up playing a critical role in a war between good and evil.
Ethan Templeton Awakens the All-Seeing Eye is a completed 87,613-word novel combining the present passed & future into a world of Fantasy in which the All-Seeing and Ethan find themselves solving an untold mystery.