Kismet: A Ridgewood Tale

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A diary from the past warns Addison Taylor about her future. When she and her husband hike Myers Ridge, the diary’s warnings become real and force the couple headlong into mystery, suspense, and a strange world of past, present, and future. More

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About Steve Campbell

I'm Steven L. Campbell, a writer and artist for as long as I can remember. I pen contemporary, paranormal fantasy in my undisclosed lair in northwest Pennsylvania. I live there with my wife, where I write and create art. I have a bachelor's degree in studio art and graphic design, and I graduated magna cum laude from college. I have been a wildlife artist for 30+ years, an indie author longer, and an avid reader of all genres of fiction since the age of 5. My passion for writing stories developed during high school, but it took a backseat after college while I painted art for a living. Now, I'm passionate again about writing full time. I am new at Smashwords, but I have published independently at Amazon since 2013 and have given away short stories at my websites and blog since 1990. My books of fantasy and paranormal fiction feature characters living in Ridgewood, a fictional Pennsylvania town based on my own hometown where my relatives fueled my imagination with their ghost stories and urban lore, prompting me to write my own fantasy tales for everyone in love with the genre and young at heart to enjoy.

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Review by: Colleen Ackerman on June 18, 2016 :
I liked this short read from Steven L. Campbell. I am not a reader who is big on sci-fi time travel stories, so I was cautious while entering this book. To my delight, Mr. Campbell omitted the technical jargon. His imaginative idea of lightning and crystals causing time rifts seems plausible. Surviving the journey doesn’t, but that didn’t stop me from reading. From the mysterious beginning to the I-didn’t-see-that-coming ending, the book’s interesting main characters and story line pulled me in and kept me hooked for an hour. I look forward to reading more from this author.
(reviewed 48 days after purchase)

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