Do you believe in reincarnation? (Comment below)
About the Author:
Elias Raven was born and raised in Los Angeles. Heâs an avid reader with a lifelong passion for writing. Heâs a storyteller, a poet and a talented musician with an amazing voice. Oh, and letâs not forget an amazing cook!
As a young boy he spent many summers reading classics such as âThe Adventures of Sherlock Homesâ and âThe White Companyâ by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His creativity was constantly being pushed as he learned more and more about the world around him. His taste in literature spanned from classics to science fiction/fantasy. He expanded his taste devouring everything from William Blake to Milton, Dante, Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud, T.S. Elliot, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, Khalil Gibran, William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound, Paul Verlaine, Walt Whitman, Alan Ginsburg, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Carl Sandburg, Dylan Thomas, and Jim Morrison. These inspirations and his sheer love for reading had him take pen to paper around the age of 20.
Did I mention heâs a Musician? â¦You can often find him playing his guitars (both electric and acoustic) and keyboards and singing (4 octave ranges) in his home studio. Heâs a classically trained music aficionado -trained early on by Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart, Hayden, Liszt, as well as Big Band, Jazz and Rag Time. Spending time with his father at the Los Angeles Philharmonic; experiencing his first orchestra concert at the age of 9.
Elias the Gourmet Cookâ¦Oh My!â¦His Japanese mother and grandmother trained him very well in fine culinary skills both in cooking and food appreciation from all over the world such as Italian, Indian, Moroccan, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Hawaiian, Pilipino, Greek, and Polish.
When Elias is not reading, writing, composing music or cookingâ¦he can be found listening to music, playing games, hanging out with his kids. He enjoys going to concerts, going on culinary adventures, sightseeing, spending the day at the beach or in the mountainsâ¦just doing something adventurous!