Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Witch Hunt Blog Tour Stop: Interview with Author, K.C. Blake

Hello everyone! Today I've got the lovely author, K.C. Blake on the blog for a Witch Hunt blog tour interview! Enjoy!

First off, can you tell us a little about your books?
In the Witch-Game Series, teen witches use their powers to play games at school, games that lead them down a dark and dangerous path. The first book Crushed follows the Noah sisters as they use magical dust to enchant boys at school and make them do whatever they ask. Kristen puts the spell on the wrong boy and almost dies the same day.

The second book, Witch Hunt (released in April 2012) is about a teen reporter. Starr Hughes has her nose in everyone’s business. When she hears the most popular kids at school are about to play a secretive game, she knows she has to get the story, especially since she’s in love with the group’s leader, Dylan. Soon she discovers that witches are real and they need her help because someone is using the game to take their memories, their powers, and perhaps even their lives.

Where do you tend to write, any necessities you need while writing?
I have a desk in the corner of my living room. To me, music is a necessity. It helps me to block out distractions, get in the right mood, and see the characters clearly. The right music leads to some interesting daydreams. Usually I can sit back and watch the characters interact. Then I write the scene.

Which of your characters would you pick to join you if you were stuck on a desert island, why?
That’s easy. I would pick Dylan because he has powers and can zap us off the island. Or, if I wasn’t in a hurry to leave, he could make food--or whatever else we need--to appear. There are other witches in Witch Hunt, but they would be annoying. Dylan is cute and funny, and I think I might enjoy being stuck on an island with him.

If you could have any super power, what would it be and why?
I would want the power of suggestion like the dude on Supernatural had in that one episode. He asked Dean for his car, the car he loves more than life, and Dean let him have it. The guy would walk down the street and ask a man for coffee. The man would give him the coffee. Having that power would make life a lot easier. “You want to read Witch Hunt. Read my book.” LOL.

If you could live in any fictional place out of a book, where would you go?
This is a hard question. Narnia would be cool. Who wouldn’t love a talking lion? The places in the Mortal Instrument Series are awesome. And if Jace put in an appearance... bonus! Or maybe I would want to go to Forks and see vampires that sparkle.

Any ideas for future novels?
Way ahead of you. I am already working on the first book in a hunter series, Bait. Then I have the third book in the Rule Series to rewrite and a book called Dragon’s Breath to edit before releasing. It will be a long time before I run out of stories to write.

Quick Fire Questions:

Favourite animal? White Tiger.
Dystopian or Historical? Dystopian.
Favourite colour? Blood red.
Hardback or Paperback? Paperback.

Amazon | Goodreads | Author's Blog

Happy Reading,
Rachel xoxo

2 comments :

  1. The Mortal Instrument Series is brilliant, I'd love to live there (':
    Great interview, Witch Hunt sounds so good!

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  2. I've only read the first book... I never did finish the second one! Thanks, I agree! =]

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