The first half of the worst week of Peter's life happened when he was a young boy. Being cursed by a witch was bad enough, but what do you do when you don't even know what the curse is, or when it is supposed to go off? Twenty years later, in a part of London shrouded in myths and urban legends, it does.
Peter might have found his one true love, but there's a problem. His friend might be able to remove the curse, but there's a catch. There's a monster hunting people in London, but no one believes it. A secret government branch is investigating, but they're incompetent. And the woman Peter loves is doomed to die, but it's not the first time.
The second half of the worst week of Peter's life is about to begin.
Noah was born in Oshawa, Ontario, and had never quite forgiven it for that. Shortly after university he moved to Tokyo, Japan, where he taught English for three years - yet somehow barely managed to learn a word of Japanese.
After that he moved to London, England to make it as a writer. Unfortunately the closest he came to literary success was working at several bookstores - each of which mysteriously closed down after his stay.
He now lives with his unbelievably patient and supportive wife, Gillian, in Vancouver.
He now wears a hat.
Noah's first novel was Bleeding Heart Yard, a paranormal romantic comedy with werewolves... sorta. In addition, he had a long running comic strip called Fuzzy Knights, which featured the adventures of stuffed toy animals playing Dungeons and Dragons, and the evil hamster trying to destroy them.
The doctors are unsure whether they should increase or decrease his medication.
You can find out more about his peculiarities on his website: http://noahjdchinnbooks.com