1: About my Books:
My series, Enchanting the Fey begins with the story of Des, a feisty fashion photographer who, tempted by the idea of a mythical fairy-land, joins her would be assassin in discovering the past her mother was determined to keep hidden. She learns pretty quickly there was a reason for her mother’s secrecy. Trapped in the middle of an eons-old war between two feuding fey species, prophesized to defeat a demonic beast hell bent of killing them all, and pressure to unlock her so called power, wasn’t exactly what she expected. But it isn’t all bad, Jax is growing on her, and here in the fey world she has a family – all be it, a crazy one. Des has little time to decide; face a terrible battle in the new life she loves or flee to piece together the life she left behind.
The sequel, Uniting the Fabled unveils a history of the fey not written on any scroll. The prophecies have been altered. The texts corrupted. Des will have to unite powerful creatures in order to save mankind all the while keeping the fey world hidden.
Before reading the final instalment, Destroying the Fallen, read The Fall, a prequel that reveals the story of the bad guy. Because behind every villain is the dark that led them there. Do you dare to understand the dark?
Destroying the Fallen will be the conclusion to Des’s story. She will have to put her body and mind on the line to save the ones she loves. But coming back from the edge of insanity might be harder than she expects, and deals made with demons rarely result in a positive outcome. In this final battle of wits and wills, can a fashionista from Sydney stand against the darkest of hells demons?
2: About my MC:
Des isn’t exactly sweet as pie. She is feisty, fierce and a little crazy. Her mouth tends to get away from her too, which as you can imagine, doesn’t exactly put her on people’s good sides. But Des has real pain. After losing her mother, nothing felt or looked the same, and keeping her thoughts to herself suddenly became something she no longer cared to do. It cost her more than her job too, it landed her in the morgue. Luckily for her, she isn’t dead, and unlucky for the fey who wants to kill her, this fiery woman will stop at nothing to get what she wants, and right now, she wants to know who orchestrated her attack.
3: Favourite Fae myth or story:
I love the story of Maleficent. She is a hero and a villain. A friend and a foe. She is the character who is most relatable and the most real.
4: The Fae. Helpful magical creatures or mischievous tricksters?:
Both. The Fae are both magical creatures of light and are mischievous tricksters. They are like any other being, capable of both helping and harming those around them.
5: My Fae elemental:
I believe I feel most connected with the earth and the Fae that dwell there. I have had a fear of fire and heights from when I was young and do not really like to swim. Happy to sit on the sand watching the waves rather than being immersed in them, I feel most at home under a tree, surrounded by the smell of the earth.
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.”