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About T. J. P. CAMPBELL

T. J. P. CAMPBELL started as a self-employed full-time author on the 26th January, 2015. He is a writer from the UK (Cambridge). He has at least 15 years of writing full-time on fiction. He writes mainly sci-fi novels for young adults and adults (often cross-over material). He sometimes does other genres for variability. He also writes for younger teens, as for example his The Londoners series (a sci-fi/fantasy/horror adventurous modern day version of Enid Blyton’s Famous Five series). He also wrote the iconic Pride and Prejudice and Superheroes, a sci-fi Regency period mashup.

He’s written over 20 fiction books, and drafted another 30 or so. This might not be a lot compared to some authors, but at least it’s a lot more than many famous ones. Though it must be said, one or two well-written and entertaining famous books is far more worthy than a million books of poor quality. So anyway, the good news is, if you like his books you will be guaranteed that another one will be coming according to a predetermined schedule. He’ll be writing mainly sci-fi, but there will be ventures into thriller, fantasy and horror genres. He places a lot of emphasis on originality, quirkiness and characterization, and his adventures are a deep journey of the heart, mind and soul, as well as visceral and unique physicality. He offers some free quality sizeable novellas for those who join the Bookanory Publishing House Email List so that you can judge for yourself the kinds of stories he writes and the style he writes them in.

He also specialises in book cover design and interior book formatting/layout (ebooks and print books) through Bookanory Publishing House (BPH), the company he set up in January 2015.

His higher education can be found here:

T. J. P. CAMPBELL: EDUCATION

At the time of writing this page, he is still developing his online campaign strategies and creating a troupe of web sites (including this one). It’s been a hard road getting this far, but as many authors have said before him (such as J. D. Salinger in his 1951 novel, The Catcher in the Rye) I’m sure you don’t want to hear about all that David Copperfield kind of crap. So without further ado…toodles, over and out!

 

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