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Free read!

Free read!

For a limited five day promotion, The Sharing Moon will be available for free via Kindle beginning December 28th. Check it out! The Sharing Moon

End of an author era

It’s been one year and a month since I published my first young adult novel The Sharing Moon. And one year and a month that I spent putting together the sequel. It wasn’t as easy as the first. Kind of like the opposite having kids. The second kid you’ve got the hang of it. The […]

Year of the SP Author

In a couple of weeks, I will reach the one year mark for the publication of my self-published YA novel The Sharing Moon. It’s been a year of ups and downs and quite a learning experience to say the least! I’ve put a lot of heart and soul into the entire experience and decided to […]

Cheating on Book One

Well, I’m halfway through my second book, the follow-up to The Sharing Moon. I feel really bad though. I’m working on it less than I did the first and I can’t stop thinking about my first whenever I’m writing the second! I find myself drifting . . . I think about my first guy when […]

Frustration and Sex.

I haven’t blogged in almost two weeks but it’s not my fault. It’s the virus’ fault. But now, it’s pretty much non-existent. I’m still talking about the virus here . . . not my hope for book success this week. I’ve reached that plateau where a few things rear up: the fact that my reviews/ratings […]

More Mr. Nice Guy

When I wrote my book, I never had any intention to make my male character, Elijah, a bad boy. There are enough of them in fiction right now. I know the appeal…brooding, dark-eyed, walks crooked, smiles crooked, (what is it with all the crookedness)?? bossy, punches people out for no apparent reason, may smoke or […]

Free book! Giveaway until October 6th of The Sharing Moon on Goodreads

  Goodreads Book Giveaway The Sharing Moon by Christy A. Campbell Giveaway ends October 06, 2013. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to win

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Well, we all want to write the next bestseller. However, I have found the self-promotion for this book to be as difficult as breaking into any kind of media business. The list is endless…advertise on groups, blogs, websites, social media and word of mouth. Beg agents to read it. Decipher which agencies that call you […]