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Legends of the Travelers Book 1, Saga
Taken from her people as a foal, Saga is plunged into a world completely foreign to her. All Travelers know other worlds exist, but they don’t expect to actually experience them until they are adults. Saga must learn to adapt to her new surroundings if she wants to survive until she’s old enough to be able to Travel among worlds and return to her people.
Jarl is the son of the Vanir High Mages and heir to the throne. Though young, his parents entrust him with the care and training of the captured Traveler foal. However, none of the Vanir understand just how intelligent the Travelers are and they may have given Jarl more than he can handle.
When Saga escapes, the High Mages decide she is too much trouble and has to be killed. Jarl defies his parents and goes after her. Will they remain enemies when Jarl finds her, or will they form a bond of friendship strong enough to save Saga’s life?
Summer Break Blues (rerelease November)
The Toy Maker – Fall 2015
Freshman Year Freaks (January 2016)
Into the West
Tina Harker is a typical teenager. She loves hanging with her friends at the mall, buying shoes, and getting manicures. Most of all, she loves horses. Her life is everything she wants until her father drags their family to Arizona. Now she’s living in a virtual ghost town in the middle of the desert, millions of miles from the nearest shopping center.
The one small highlight in the dreadful situation is the local ranch. They have a horse Tina can ride anytime she wants. Trying to make the best of her situation, Tina goes on her first cattle drive and gets a lot more adventure than she expected.
Bandits, cattle thieves, and a really cute cowboy are only the beginning as she finds out the ranch she is coming to love is in grave danger. Can Tina find the strength to travel back in time and save the ranch when her very life is on the line? It’s no simple trip to the mall, but with a little help from her cowboy, she might just save the day.
Praise for Sabaska’s Tale
“Once again, Campbell lures us into a fantastical world in which animals remind us what it means to be human.” – Anne Michaud – Author of Girls and Monsters.
“I was blown away by Sabaska’s Tale! A rich and layered fantasy about the mystical connection between horses and humans that will leave you heading for the nearest stables the minute you finish this book. You’ll never look at horses the same way again. I know I never will!”
~ Rusty Fischer, author of Zombies Don’t Cry
“Doc is a new breed of superhero with an eye for adventure!” – Devin O’Branagan
Praise for Brown, Ghost-Hunting Dog.
“Normally when I hear a dog growl at a ghost, I panic. But when I hear Brown growl at a ghost, I know things are about to get good!” – Sam Knight
Praise for The Clanless Series
“ I found that Senior Year Bites is something you can really sink your teeth into at any age and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to read. ” – Sally Wolf, book reviewer
Praise for Serpent Queen, Sky Yarns #1
“An amazing cast of characters…and airships. What more could you ask for? The Serpent Queen is a must read for steampunk lovers.” Jen Wylie author of Broken Aro
“It’s like Firefly but with vampires and steam engines!” S.N. Holl
Praise for the Into the West series.
“This book is a wonderful adventure that is like a long kiss goodbye. It leaves you hungry for more.” – Sally Wolf, book reviewer.