Tuesday, August 21, 2012

"The Messenger"

North Carolina born and raised, Stephen Miller is an actor on stage, film, and television as well as the author of plays, screenplays, and novels. Unforgettable moments in his acting career include swimming with Hume Cronyn, improvising for a day with Robert De Niro, carrying Bette Davis down a flight of concrete stairs, stunt-driving with Burt Reynolds, and delivering Laura Dern’s child, as well as three appearances on The X-Files.

He applied the Page 69 Test to his latest novel, The Messenger, and reported the following:
Page 69 is the tail end of a section, where Sam Watterman is being recruited back into the clandestine world by the FBI and has yet to make his decision to join the effort, and the start of a section where Daria is sitting in a cafe in the New York City municipal City Hall complex. She is realizing her power as a bio terrorist, secure in the knowledge that she is perfectly hidden in plain sight. It's an interesting place, the book is really taking off at that point.
Learn more about the book and author at Stephen Miller's website.

My Book, The Movie: The Messenger.

--Marshal Zeringue