I had been kicking the premise of Through the Triangle around in my head for decades, but didn’t seriously get started until 2004. I wrote only sporadically for the first few years, just to get the story down on paper and see where it would lead. Once the story was basically complete, only then did I consider pursuing publication.
2. How did you come to write about the Bermuda Triangle?
Unexplained phenomena attract my interest much like metal to a magnet. My background of teaching physics provided me with some possible explanations of the occurrences in the Devil’s Triangle. Stop to think what the people that disappeared without a trace experienced … that’s what I tried to envision and depict in the pages of Through the Triangle.
I basically designed the title passing through the triangle and the publisher provided the rest.
5. What's next for you?
I had started a crime/horror novel, but set it aside to write a sequel, which is approximately one-sixth done. I also have a third book in the sequence outlined, so this could possibly turn into a trilogy … a triangle trilogy, so to speak.