When I picked up a pen and notepad and began writing in 2005, I didn’t know the difference between a protagonist and an antagonist. If asked about POV, I most likely would have said, “Isn’t that something on a car?” For head-hopping, I envisioned little aliens heads bouncing around to different extraterrestrial bodies. That was then.
Every writer must learn how to accept critique and criticism. It’s part of the growing process. Over the past seven years, thanks to several patient critique partners, I have grown from being just a good storyteller. When I typed that final period, like most writers, I thought my manuscript was perfect. It was a humbling experience to learn it wasn’t perfect, but mediocre at best.
Learning the craft of writing is a never-ending process. I am always on the lookout for workshops, on-line classes and groups that will help me became a better writer and not just a good storyteller. I surround myself with authors who inspire me and who have reached and excelled at the level I am trying to obtain. I also read as much as possible.
About the Author
Wanda B. Campbell is an extraordinary and talented writer who brings creativity, a new sense of hope, and restoration through the healing power of God to the Kingdom, by way of Christian fiction. She uses real life everyday issues to exhort, motivate, and give comfort.
Wanda is a mother of three and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband of twenty-two years and two sons and enjoys spending time with her grandson.
About the Book
Stacelyn thought her life was complete the day she married Dr. Derrick Garrison. The fairytale life she envisioned quickly vanishes, however, when Derrick’s late nights and unexplained absences cause her to question his motives for marrying her. As secrets from the past and emotional wounds are revealed, Stacelyn discovers the hard way that it takes more than love to build a marriage.
Alone and bitter after Derrick’s sudden departure, Stacelyn is forced to face hard truths about the man she married. In the process, she discovers her own unresolved issues.
Will the revelations drive her to her knees, or send her seeking comfort from the enemy?