Good morning everyone.
If you’re a fan of multi-genre author Phyllis Staton Campbell you’re going to love this morning’s Author’s Corner.
Phyllis has dropped in to share a little announcement with us.
Good morning Phyllis and welcome back to the Author’s Corner. I understand you’re working on a new writing project?
Hello and thanks for having me back again. Yes, I’ve got something going on and thanks to your gentle arm twisting have decided to make it known.
Arm twisting? Why, I’d never, well, erm? I mean…
Maybe we’d just best let you make your announcement.
OK. Here we go!
The Sequel to “Where Sheep May Safely Graze” is taking its first slow steps on its journey. I have no publication date, nor for that matter, a date for completion. I’ll be sending little chapter quotes from time to time just to tantalize you, and to keep me moving. Here’s the first, from the warden at Red Onion Correctional Center (Maximum Security) Yes, there really is such a place. “That preacher won’t know what hit him.” The exact quote could change somewhat by the final draft.
I cherish your prayers and encouraging thoughts.
Me: Phyllis! Really? Finally! Oh, how exciting! I can’t wait! And, yes, I’ve heard of that dreadful prison you’re writing of.
What’s that? You all haven’t heard of Phyllis and her wonderful books? Well, let’s fix that right away.
To learn more about Phyllis and her book Where Sheep May Safely Graze as well as all her other wonderful works read below…
New Release 2017
Where Sheep May Safely Graze
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Phyllis Staton Campbell, who was born blind, writes about the world she knows best. She calls on her experience as teacher of the blind, peer counselor and youth transition coordinator. She says that she lives the lives of her characters: lives of sorrow and joy; triumph and failure; hope and despair. That she and her characters sometimes see the world in a different way, adds depth to the story. She sees color in the warmth of the sun on her face, the smell of rain, the call of a cardinal, and God, in a rainbow of love and grace.
Although she was born in Amherst County, Virginia, she has lived most of her life in Staunton, Virginia, where she serves as organist at historic Faith Lutheran church, not far from the home she shared with her husband, Chuck, who waits beyond that door called death.
Other books by Phyllis Campbell…
COME HOME MY HEART, 1985.
REPRINTED IN 2001
FRIENDSHIPS IN THE DARK, 1996 Reprint 1997
The Evil Men Do 2006, true crime, written under contract for the family of the victim.
Who Will hear Them Cry, April, 2012
A Place To Belong August, 2012
Out of the Night February, 2014
5.0 out of 5 Where Sheep May Safely Graze
ByAFBon February 24, 2018
This book was wonderful. It held my attention from the first page until the end and I did not want it to end. I hope a second book will be forth coming. Kudos to you Phyllis for the best book I have read in a long time.
If you would like to contact Phyllis email her at: Pcampbell16@verizon.net
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