Pages tagged with Phyl Campbell

This is a collaborative poem that has emerged from the ideas of eleven Wikinut poets.
Reflections on 150 pages take a long time. But it is important for an author to reflect and thank those who supported the journey. I am so happy to be a part of this community, and I'm grateful for all the opportunities I've had here.
Who would have thought that answering a "help wanted" ad would lead to someone creating (his or) her own business? I certainly never did, but that's what's happening in my world now. And you could do it, too.
It is so nice to know another Arkansas Wikinut. A few others have come and gone. They did not receive the same warm welcome I did, so I am hoping to do better by Manda Fowler, AKA, Web I Weave.
I happen to be a sucker for fairy tales. Especially fairy tales with awkward and intelligent princesses who rely on cunning and wit more than vapid beauty. So far, the works of E.D. Baker, beginning with THE FROG PRINCESS do not disappoint.
A girl with a heart condition meets a boy with supernatural powers. What will happen next?
Every now and again, it happens. Someone stops following you. How do you know when it happens and what can you do about it? Read on to find out.
The final book of the Artemis Fowl series is a must-read for followers of the series, but works as a stand alone if you like a good fairy adventure with very little romance. This book has a lot to offer in the way of female characters as well, so those who enjoy fantasy, wit, fairies ...
It happens once every 100 years. A person is born who can become invisible. A Wall. But in Laura Ruby's book, The Wall and the Wing, the sometimes-invisible orphan girl (name Gurl) thinks she is anything but special. But she finds a cat and turns truly invisible for the first time, an...
Life is tough. Make life easier with some simple solutions for everyday problems.
I'm flattered to be Author of the Day again so soon -- I was just honored in February, so I certainly didn't expect it again so soon. (I'm not dying, am I?) Maybe it's unloading so much baggage, but from the bleachers right now, things are looking up.
Phyl Campbell is the Wikinut Author of the Day! Here are 5 facts about Wikinut's featured writer.
Phil Campbell, Alabama, is a real place. People named Phil (or any variant) really are encouraged to come. This weekend the city puts on their annual hoedown. I couldn't be there this year, but am writing this article in honor of my namesake city just the same.
I'm going to try Wikinut and share the article on my blog in the hopes of generating revenue for myself and others.
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