Character Interview Troubled Spirits Book Tour

17 Sep


I’m hosting a character interview with Harmony, one of the characters from YA paranormal “Troubled Spirits”. Enjoy the interview!

Can you tell us a little about yourself? 
Sure, my name is Harmony, you can’t miss me because I’ve got bright red hair. When I was a kid, I hated my hair, but now I like it just fine. I love everything supernatural and I never miss an episode of Ghost Adventures.  Sometimes I get a little crazy with my clothes, but that’s because I let my mood guide me. I do wear a lot of purple.
Who are you?
Umm….Harmony. Sixteen-year-old, Junior in High School…
What is your role in the story?
I’m Annie’s best friend and she’s mine. The second she stepped into the school I  could just sense that she needed me to be her friend and that’ we’d be amazing friends. You should of seen her when she first got to Shady Cove, her aura was the bluest blue I’d ever seen. She was just so sad that it hurt.

What is your favorite hobby?
I collect spiritual stones and I watch Ghost Adventures.

What is the challenge you’re trying to overcome during the story?
I feel really bad about that, see I talked Annie into sneaking into the old Caldwell School, but the then something really bad happened. The spirit started haunting her. Not the rest of us, just her. Now I’m trying to figure out a way to undo it and I’m scared. Because I’m afraid it’s going to kill her. If anything happens to Annie….I can’t even talk about it.
If you could make one wish, what would it be?
That we’d never gone into the Caldwell School. And that my dad hadn’t left. Oh, that’s two. Sorry. The school. Definitely the school.

About The Book

troubledspiritscoverTitle: Troubled Spirits

Author: Teri Lee

Genre: YA Paranormal

Ghosts aren’t real.

That’s what Annie Waters believed before she snuck into the abandoned Caldwell School. Before the dark presence followed her home. Before she realized, her only hope was to believe.


Author Bio

authorteriGrowing up in Maine, Teri Lee spent most of her time reading and exploring in the woods. And that hasn’t changed. When she’s not writing, you’ll still find her lost in a book or out hiking. And if she’s not there, try the ER. But don’t worry, she’s the nurse, not the patient. Teri has three grown children and still resides in Maine with her husband.






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