Monday, December 16, 2013

Spellbound Winter Blog Tour Featuring: Ask Trent Advice Column with Sherry Soule

Just Ask Trent
Guest post by Sherry Soule

Today I’m excited to have such an amazing author on the blog. Sherry Soule has some exciting news to share with us! All of her previously published books in her exciting Spellbound series have been rewritten and republished with more epic romance, sizzling character chemistry, and thrilling suspense to wet your appetizing pallet. The new versions include some awesome exclusive bonus material and brand new scenes that you definitely won’t want to miss out on if you’re a fan of this series or new to it and just as excited to experience it. So, I thought I’d help her promote the new editions and stir up some excitement for the republished series. Sherry is doing this awesome winter book promotion tour to help share the updates with fellow booklovers like you guys.

The Spellbound series is sort of like Pretty Little Lairs meets Buffy, the Vampire Slayer! In a few words or less, it’s a ball of epic fun times. In this fun little snarky guest post, Trent tries his hand at helping a few people with some rather peculiar questions. Trent is a blunt dude, who tells it like it is. (Something I love in my bad boys!) Posted below are some of the emails sent to him. Enjoy the snark!

Question 1:

Q. Dear Trent,
I joined the Navy to see the world. I’ve seen it. And I miss my mom. Now how the heck do I get out?
Wanna Go Home

A. Dear Wanna Go Home,
Well, I think you’re kinda stuck, dude. Best to ride it out and have your mom send you some books like the Spellbound series to help the time fly by.
Best of luck,

Question 2:

Q. Dear Trent,
My mom asked me to babysit my younger brother and sister this weekend. I hate babysitting them! Anyhoo, I found them playing a game called, "Knife Jab" in the kitchen. This game involves jabbing a knife into a wall socket. Instead, I suggested a game called, "Zappy Toaster", which is similar but requires thrusting a metal object into a toaster while it’s plugged in. So, I was wondering if these games were dangerous?
Hate Babysitting

A. Dear Hate Babysitting,
Well, jabbing a mental object into a toaster could give you a strong electric shock. So not good! Not only are these games dangerous, but possibly illegal and your siblings could get seriously injured. A more important question is why your mom would be stupid enough to leave you alone with them in the first place.
Best of luck,
Question 3:

Q. Dear Trent
I suspect that my girlfriend has been fooling around, and when I confronted her after taking pictures of her kissing another guy at school, she denied everything—and said it would never happen again.
Lost in Love

A. Dear Lost in Love,
My advice? Once a cheater—always a cheater. Dump that girl and find a nice one who’ll treat you right, like my awesome GF, Shiloh.
Best of luck,
Question 4:
Q. Dear Trent,
I think my friend, Charlie might be possessed or something. He can control the weather. He is inhumanly fast and strong. And sometimes when Charlie gets mad, his eyes turn completely black like a shark. It’s totally freaking me out.

A. Dear Friend-Possessed,
Uh, it sure sounds like something weird is going on. My uncle Tony says that most paranormals cannot enter houses of worship or walk on sacred ground. Try taking Charlie to a church or graveyard—to see what happens, or douse him with holy water—and if his skin sizzles, you’ve got major trouble. Let me know how it goes, because you may need to contact the DarkSide Detectives.
Best of luck,

Hope you enjoyed this comical post. Now go feed your mind and read a book! Preferably mine. Sherry
Places you can cyberstalk Sherry Soule:
Sherry’s Official Blog
Official Spellbound Series Blog
Twitter @WriterSherry

Deadly Witchcraft. Ghostly Threats. Doomed Romance.
They say every town has its secrets, but that doesn’t even begin to describe Fallen Oaks. The townsfolk are a superstitious lot and the mystical disappearance of a local teen has everyone murmuring about a centuries old witch’s curse. When sixteen-year-old Shiloh Trudell takes a summer job at Craven Manor, she discovers a ghost with an agenda. That’s where she meets the new town hottie, Trent Donovan, and immediately becomes enchanted by his charms. Finally, Shiloh’s met someone who is supercute and totally into her, but Trent is immersed in the cunning deception that surrounds the mysterious Craven Manor. So much so that he may lose sight of what is truly important to him. And she can’t decide whether she wants to shake him or kiss him. Yet neither one of them can deny the immediate, passionate connection growing between them. But underlying everything is the fear that Trent may be the next victim on a supernatural hit list, and Shiloh is the only person with the power to save him…With cryptic messages from a pesky wraith, Shiloh will finally begin to understand the mysterious significance of the strange mark branded on her wrist and decide how much she’s willing to sacrifice to protect the other teenagers in town. Unfortunately, for Shiloh, not all ghosts want help crossing over. Some want vengeance.

ISBN: 978-0976180425
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