Monday, November 18, 2013

Sandy Wolters' SOUL MATES || Video Blog

Sandy, thanks so much for visiting with us today! Welcome to the Snarkology.

Video Blog by Sandy Wolters talking about her time travel romance, SOUL MATES, and an afternoon with the girls.

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Pulled Back Through Time, Shandelle Is Caught Between An Enduring Love And A Wizard’s Magic

In the beginning of time, one soul splits into two. Lifetime after lifetime, the two souls are reborn and seek to reunite. Like a beacon of light from heaven above, their light shines for each other. Without the other, there is only darkness. A wonderful blessing that can only come from a deeply-bonded love, the sharing of one soul can also be a black curse if something disrupts the moment of their coming together.

Ireland 1323 - Donovan, chieftain of the Clan O'Brien, has unsuccessfully searched his entire adult life, to the detriment of his clan and all those around him, for that elusive possession that will bring his soul peace. He doesn't know what it is, but he will give up everything to find it. One day, he is summoned by the Wizard and told the secret of his obsession—his soul mate. She is no longer living in his time, but there is a way to bring her back to him.

Phoenix 2013 - Shandelle and Ian are embarking on their new life together. She is everything Ian ever wanted but never realized he needed before he met her. Shandelle is a generous soul who lives to make Ian and everyone around her happy. Unfortunately for them both, evil is stalking them. The blood bond duty of a close friend brings betrayal and evil into their lives. How were they to know that the death of a six-year-old girl in the early fourteenth century could have such grave consequences on their lives today?

Read the first two chapters of Soul Mates.
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  1. Thanks so much for hosting me today, Melissa! I had a great time.

    1. Good morning and welcome to the Snarkology, Sandy. I loved your story about your girlfriend's reactions to your book. I understand that feeling of uncertainty about worrying whether someone *you know* is going to like your writing.

  2. Yes, story of my life, I'm late again. But I thought I'd still chip in to tell you I totally enjoyed your video, Sandy. And what a great way to make contact with people and let them know a little about you and your writing. You did a terrific job of it, and your book sounds wonderful too.

    1. It's nice to meet you, Darcy. Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I'm so glad you liked the video.