Character Interview – It’s a Curse to Remember- Storm and #contest

The first in a series, Storm is a twists-and-turns thriller driven by compelling characters challenged by dangerous forces, both external, internal, and eternal.

Evan Storm had been confronted by his past (an unpleasant one at that) in his dreams, and now in his waking life. He is struggling to reconcile the evil that lurks in his soul. Shadow Hex is his new neighbor, who also fears a dangerous past – her former fiancé who works for the Secret Eye Agency (which is as shadowy and sinister as it sounds). Does Shadow hold the key to Evan’s redemption? Is redemption even possible?




Interview –

For Evan: What was it like seeing Marvin for the first time when you were tied up to the chair in your own home?

I was shocked. Shadow’s the first person I’ve seen from a previous life and I guess I wasn’t expecting to see someone else I recognized so soon.

For Evan: When you’re in the hospital, you see Adrian peering down at you and he says, “It’s not over yet, brother.” What’s the first thing that pops in your mind?

“Oh, god, it’s Marvin coming to finish the job” but it wasn’t him because there are some differences in their appearances. I was definitely scared. Marvin’s a terrifying person. Anyone who is not on his good side should be terrified.

For Evan: When you met your dad for the first time in the hospital, was there any anger inside of you? What were your thoughts after seeing him after seeing him 27 years later?

No, actually. I was still in shock, I think. Marvin showed me pictures of him from the agency and even though I knew it was my dad, and not someone that Marvin made up, it was still hard for me to believe. He was gone for 27 years, I had a lot of questions obviously. I wasn’t mad. I just wanted to know ‘why’? We all have reasons for what we do and I think having a background in psychology has helped me understand people more in general. Which is why I didn’t find myself upset that he’d been gone for so long but he had his reasons for why he did for what he did. But I was happy to see him too. There were a lot of mixed feelings when I saw him, anger not being one of them.

Born and raised in California, Gurpreet Kaur Sidhu always had an insatiable appetite for reading and writing. She would often be reprimanded for working on literary ventures when she should have been paying attention to teachers. In addition to being a highly accomplished writer, Sidhu is a passionate businesswoman, holding a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and running a women’s clothing company with her younger sister.




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