We hope you've enjoyed meeting Terri Clark and learning more about her YA thriller, SLEEPLESS. Remember, the official release date is September 2, so if you don't see it on store shelves yet you will soon. Closing out her week, Terri interviews press shy teen Trinity Michaels.
Terri: Hi Trinity. I understand you don’t like to give interviews so I appreciate your willingness to speak with me.
Trinity: Yeah, well, ever since that newsreporter outed me as a psychic I’ve been hounded by every Tom, Dick and Nutcase. I hate the freakin’ nazi-razzi.
Terri: Yes, well, I’m certainly not a paparazzo, but I would like to ask you a little bit about your ability. You’ve been dubbed--
Trinity: Dream girl. How lame is that? If they’re going to give me a super hero moniker couldn’t they come up with something cooler?
Terri: Like what?
Trinity: Nevermind. I’m no super hero anyway. All this dream drama is too much.
Terri: Drama? That seems a bit of an understatement. Isn’t the killer, Rafe Stevens, after you?
Trinity: When I wake and when I sleep. Too bad I can’t purge this stupid “power.”
Terri: Why would you want to do that? Do you know how many people would love to peek into another person’s mind?
Trinity: A crapload, I’m sure. But they’d change their mind pretty dang quick if they saw the same twisted things I see. I don’t have normal dreams. People come to me in my sleep and confess their deepest, darkest secrets. I see the worst of humanity and I don’t want to take on the responsibility of other people’s problems.
Terri: Like your childhood friend, Timmy—
Trinity: How the heck do you know about him? Interview done!
Terri: Wait, wait, wait. I’m sorry. Touchy topic. Let me ask you one more thing.
Terri: You know that old wives tale? The one that says if you die in your dreams, you’ll die for real? Do you believe that?
Trinity: I didn’t use to, but why else would I be SLEEPLESS?
We're betting you might be interested in losing some sleep yourself now. To further entice you we're thrilled to debut Terri's book trailer of SLEEPLESS.