The second birth of the day belongs to Salvatore Alagona, the eldest of Lorenzo’s sons.
Age in Lizzie’s Diary: 27
Height: 6’3 | Weight: 170 lbs.
Hair: short charcoal black, wavy | Eyes: moss green
Human Race: Italian-American | Species: Angel
Hailing Planet: Iuppiter
Ability: superhuman strength
Specialties: heavy lifting, intimidating, melee, close combat
Best friend: Francesco Alagona, Samuel Palladino, Connor Montgomery
Mentor: Lorenzo Alagona
Soul mate: Micaela Di Napoli
Three facts about Sal:
- Sal and Micaela are the proud parents of a bouncing baby! Rafaello was born in April of 2140, the year that most of Lizzie’s Diary takes place.
- Sal was only seventeen years old when he ascended to the throne. His reign lasted long enough for Frankie to turn eighteen before his time had come.
- He’s very sporty, and loves taking part in team sports and physically demanding games. He’s competitive yet patient with first time players, earning him the nickname “Coach”.
My thoughts on Sal:
Like most characters in this series, Sal didn’t always exist–he was sort of created out of necessity and then fashioned a bit after my brother-in-law. He’s intimidating to approach but in actuality he’s really nice and patient with others, especially with those younger than him. He looks out for his brothers, and while he suspects that Tony is dating Vince, he doesn’t support it. Something about Vince rubs him the wrong way, and he doesn’t want his baby brother to get hurt.
When he isn’t patrolling the border or spending time with his wife and their young baby, Sal teaches the colonial youth how to play team sports and outdoor games. He’s popular with the kids, while Frankie is popular with the ladies. Both brothers wonder what Tony’s demographic will be when he takes the throne in a few years.
For those of you who don’t know, Sal is a supporting character in my trilogy Saturn Rising, which is the first installment of The Chronicles of Life & Death. The first book, Aquarius, is available now on Amazon as an e-book and paperback. You can even read it all for free with Kindle Unlimited! Learn more here.
1 comments on “Happy Birthday Sal!”