1: Tell us about your story.
I’ve been really enjoying writing about witches and hexes lately, and got this idea to write a story where one witch has been cursed by another. I thought it would be fun to play with the idea of an inconvenient but potentially, slowly, life-threatening hex – such as one that makes a bunch of cats show up at the apartment of the main character, who has a cat allergy.
2: Is your witch a little wicked or very wicked?
Tori is definitely just a little wicked. I think she would love to be more wicked, but she doesn’t have it in her. At least, not at this point in her life.
3: Is this a standalone or part of a series?
At first it was just going to be a standalone… BUT, I had such a fun time writing it that I *think* Tori and co might end up getting their own series! We’ll see if that’s what the readers want before I commit.
4: If you had a witchy power what would it be and why?
I would love the ability to control the weather. I always used to pretend I could when I was a kid. It’s come into play in a fair bit of my writing (not this book though!) and will no doubt be a theme I touch upon again. The idea of being able to influence something so vast is exciting, smacking someone with a bolt of lightning when they annoy me? Hell yes. Blast wind to get out of a tough situation? I’m so there!
5: What’s next for you?
Right now, I’m working on a new paranormal chick lit series. I swore I would never write vampires, but… Well, I’m writing vampires, just maybe not as you might normally see them. It’s a lot of fun! I guess the moral of the story is ‘never say never’ right? After that I’ll be diving into some paranormal cosies and more witchy fun.
I’m Nova Blake and I love writing witchy, magical, fun, spooky, sexy stories. While there isn’t any sexy in THIS particular story, everything else is there. You can find me online at
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.”