Saturday, October 1, 2011

'Poachers' by Stephanie Campbell is out now!

Happy October! Kicking off a month of paranormal reading, today we have a brand-new young adult novel by 20-year-old fiction writer Stephanie Campbell. It just came out yesterday.

Book Blurb: Ronnie Toll has never played with other kids. He's never slept soundly throughout the night, turned a corner without checking first, or laughed for the sake of laughing. All Ronnie knows is a world of shadows and monsters. His mother and father, Marion and Leon, are the only ones by his side. But all that is about to change when his mother is murdered by the monsters that only he can see.

With his only safe haven crumbling around him, Ronnie becomes a poacher for the other side to help protect human civilization as he knows it. The problem is, he’s taking on more than he bargained for when he tangles with creatures that are larger than life—and himself.

Purchase Link: Old Line Publishing / Also available on Amazon and

Author Biography: Stephanie Campbell had her first book, Until We Meet Again, published at the age of seventeen. Now, at twenty, she is still wacking away at her computer, one day at a time. When she isn't reading or writing, she likes to dance, take karate lessons, and run. After all, you never know when you're about to be sucked into another world.


shah wharton said...

Wow - accomplished and so young - Okay, I'm suitably ashamed! Note to self - get off your arse and finish the damn novel already!! ;D

Hope you're having a cool weekend Erin. X

Erin O'Riordan said...

So far, so good, Shah. I hope your weekend's going well.

Novels are a lot of fun, but a really well-written short story is an accomplishment in itself, and you've written lots of good short fiction.

Beckvalleybooks said...

New follower via weekend gathering hop hoping you will follow us back at thks in advance xx

Erin O'Riordan said...

Thanks for following, Beck Valley Books. The next time I'm in Cleveland I'll have to check out your brick-and-mortar bookstore.

Actually, I'm more likely to visit Cincinnati than Cleveland, since two of my friends live there.