Sherry Soule Interview

Today I have the pleasure of speaking with author Sherry Soule. Thanks for being here today Sherry and welcome to FAR!


To start, can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Native California, and I was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Please tell readers a little bit about your current release, Beautifully Broken.
Quirky, Shiloh Ravenwolf is a sixteen-year-old heritage witch. She lives in the gloomy town of Whispering Pines, where teenagers have mystically disappeared for over ten years. When construction on Ravenhurst Manor unleashes a sinister evil, the body count rises. And Shiloh's would-be boyfriend is next on the supernatural hit list. So, she decides it's her duty and Destiny (Yes, with a capital "D") to find out what is causing the unexplained phenomena.

What inspired you to write a young adult novel?
Have always enjoyed reading YA, even as an adult. Maybe I want to relive my youth. LOL

Beautifully Broken is the first release in your Spellbound series. Do you have a set number of books planned for this series?
So, far I have three other books written in the series. If the first book does well and readers like the storyline, and connect with Shiloh, then I plan to publish five more books.

Is there a message in your story that you want readers to grasp?
Uh, don't play with dark magicks? Lol Not really, it's just entertainment.

What would you like to accomplish with your writing career?
Just be able to continue to do it full-time and create storylines that readers will enjoy.

While writing, how does the story develop for you? Do you go from start to finish or create scenes as they come to you?
Some of both. Sometimes I just get an idea and then create a story around it. Then I think of a great way to start it by throwing the MC (and the reader) immediately into the action.

What is the most interesting thing you've done in the name of research?
I'm going with some ghost hunters on a haunt in the fall. Should be interesting.

Since everybody needs a break, even when doing something they love, how do you like to spend your time away from writing?
I could happily write every day. I just need it, like breathing. But when I'm not writing I'm reading or watching scary movies.

We all have one, so tell us yours. What is your favorite comfort food?
Caffeine. I like to drink Rockstars!

Do you have a website or blog where readers can learn more about you and your works?
My blog, Twitter, Book Trailer on YouTube and Goodreads.

Thank you for taking time to speak with me today Sherry.
Thank you for having me!


Interviewed by: Tammy


Tammy