I was born in York, north of Toronto, Canada. My parents were immigrants from Great Britain. My mother is Scottish, my father is English, but both have a strong Irish ancestry. I was conceived in Durham County, England, before my parents immigrated to Canada, so I have joked in the past that I was manufactured in England and exported to Canada. Of course, that is just the physical vehicle to which I am referring. My Mum and Dad did not give birth to my soul, which is a great deal older than my Earthly vessel.
About my name: The character, Erren Archer, has the same first name as myself, but that doesn't mean we are both male. We are not. Though “Erren” means the same thing as “Erin,” I’ve noticed it has been used as both a girl’s name and a boy’s name and even as a last name. “Erren” is just a more ancient word for Ireland. There is an ancient Irish text called, “The Lebor Gabala Erren,” from 1150 A.D., which translates as “The Book of Invasions of Ireland.” Alternatively, it has been spelled as, “Lebor Gabála Érenn.” Also, people mistakenly believe my last name is, “Wolf,” but my last name happens to be two words, “Grey Wolf,” and I have no middle name.
Sean Archer made a terrible mistake five years ago and hunted the haunted forest for the little brother he heartlessly abandoned. Upon meeting the lost boy amongst a pack of wolves, Sean’s latent telepathy fully awakens. Unfortunately, once he brings the unusual lad home, Sean desperately fights to save his Otherworldly brother from starvation in the outer world he cannot accept.
Sean Archer seeks redemption by hunting the haunted forest for the little brother he so carelessly abandoned out of painful grief for the tragic death of their beloved mother. After years of searching, Sean breaks down and has a spiritual crisis in the heart of the mystic forest, surrounded by voices accusing him of his heartless crime.