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The Flawed Series
Flawed is a new adult paranormal thriller series about individuals who have super-human weaknesses who must stand up to a killer with extraordinary abilities.
Cold. Confusion. Fear. This is how it all begins. Two nameless strangers, a man and a woman, find themselves imprisoned together…
Gateway to Reality
When Wes wakes from a bizarre dream, he’s haunted by the sense that his life isn’t real. A harrowing truth presents itself–the real world lies in his dreams, not when he’s wide awake.
The Sub-Normal Series
Eden has a dangerous secret. In a world where GenEns (enhanced humans) are the norm, her own ability is flawed. If anyone found out about the glitch in her genetic code, she’d be deemed a sub-norm, as one unfit to exist in the human race.
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An avid lover of stories that tiptoe the line between fantasy and reality, Becca J. Campbell looks for new angles on bridging the gap between the two. She holds a special place in her heart for any story that involves superpowers or time travel. Her passion is defying the limits of her own creativity.
Becca's journey into writing began as many of her other creative endeavors do - by daring herself to try something new. The question "what if I wrote a novel?" and some hastily scribbled notes on a church handout were the inspirations that jump-started her first book. Since then she has written half a dozen additional novels and several shorter works.
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When a story idea comes to life, it is an amazing thing. I’ve been plotting and brainstorming for the past five days, and today I finally had a breakthrough. It wasn’t the aha moment you might typically think of. It was more a case of me pushing so so so hard and refusing to[…]
I’m exhausted, so this is going to be a short entry. Today I hit 10,000 words. What a great milestone to be at. Now if I can do that 8 more times this month, I’ll be where I want to be, story-wise. Getting 3,000 words in every day is tough–definitely more of a challenge[…]
I’m supposed to be writing a short story. That was the plan. Finish a short story, somewhere around 10,000 words, then hop over and begin the novel–the real JuNoWriMo project. Sigh. Instead I find myself knee-deep in the story (and enjoying it, by the way), and I realize this story is already past[…]
Today was definitely harder than yesterday. I had a difficult time getting out of bed this morning, which threw off my groove for most of the day. That, plus catching up on house chores and kids who were more needy than normal led me to get only a few small writing sessions this afternoon. But I[…]
What a day! I kicked off writing for JuNoWriMo promptly at midnight, but I didn’t start on my novel. As a matter of fact, I still haven’t started the “main” project I’m tackling for June. I guess I should explain my plans. I’ve said June is for writing Flawed #4, and this is[…]
In just a few days I’ll be embarking on an exciting journey: writing 50,000 words in 30 days. It’s an adventure I’m quite familiar with because I’ve done it multiple times, but each time is unique and each time is still a challenge. This year I’m going to try a bit of a new[…]
The immensely talented Susan Kaye Quinn is visiting my blog today to tell you about her latest book – and if you’re a writer, her advice and tips could change your writing life. ~ Can you spot the self-published titles? Hint: they all are. (Caveat: A.G. Riddle started out indie but is now published through[…]