That's a great question! Sure, I'd be happy to tell everyone. The name 'Logan' is one I've always liked, ever since I heard it on an old '90's television show called "Bay Watch" where Logan was a lifeguard. Being an avid swimmer back then myself, I related to the character profile and thought it was a neat-sounding name. Plus, I thought at that time that if I ever had a son of my own, it would be a great name for him (provided my wife liked it, of course!) Names are very important because they all have a definite meaning and a vibrational frequency of energy to them.
That name 'Logan' also has five letters in it, just like my own first name. So, I adopted 'Logan' to replace my first name because of loving it that much. And, that's pretty much the explanation!
It's much the same with other character names too. For instance, with the exception of my actual paternal grandparents' names being Rosemary and Jack (in Book 1), 'Logan's' parental names are based on ones that I've had some personal experience with - in terms of either working with a person of that name and/or having some kind of friendly relationship with them.