1) Tell us about your book (s) (or short story)
The Celtic Curse: Banshee starts in 17th Century Ireland and tells the story of the horrific death of a young gypsy woman and how she exacted revenge. She cursed the bloodline of those involved forever more. Present day UK and Sean realises his son is her next victim and travels to Ireland to stop the curse.
2) Who is your main character? Tell us about them.
In the first part, Fionn is the main character and becomes infatuated with Keela, until his family destroys any chance of a future with her. Always looking for his father’s acceptance, but he’s kind and gentle, which is frowned upon.
In part 2, Sean has mixed feelings about whether he believes the curse is true, but he follows his father’s instructions. After being separated from his wife and being suspended from his job, he feels lost and wants to escape. Only now he must break the curse and save his son’s life.
3) What is your favorite Fae myth or story?
I suppose it would be mermaids...why? There is evidence which shows ships logs and what they believed to have discovered mermaids… the ships were thousands of miles apart and know not what the other crew had seen.
4) The Fae. Helpful magical creatures? Or mischievous tricksters?
Oh, definitely tricksters. There are too many tales to show otherwise.
5) What is your Fae elemental? Salamander (Fire) Undine (Water) Brownie (Earth) or Sylph (Air)
As the Banshee is a type of fairy, that makes her elemental Air.
About the Author:
S. K. Gregory is an author, editor and blogger. She currently resides in Northern Ireland.
“Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.”