Kit Campbell

Biography

Kit Campbell used to be an aerospace engineer, but it turns out that there's a lot less launching of awesome things into space and a lot more paperwork than one would think. She figured that if she was going to be dealing with all that paper anyway, she would rather work on her own projects instead.

Kit writes science fiction, fantasy, and related speculative fiction when she's not terrorizing the Internet with landsquid and folding plesiosaurs. Which she often is. The Internet deserves it.

Additional information, stories, writing advice, and ramblings about the current state of science fiction and fantasy can be found on her website at kitcampbellbooks.com. Outside of writing, Kit is a freelance editor. Her services and testimonials can be found at kittheeditor.com.

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Books

Shards
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 88,050. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal, Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
Eva Martinez is just trying to finish her religious studies degree before her mom guilts her into coming home, when Michael saves her life. There’s definitely a spark between them, but Eva needs to focus on her studies and upcoming trip. Turns out Michael knows a lot about her major, but there’s a lot he’s not telling her too. Will Eva discover the truth about herself before it's too late?
Hidden Worlds
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 44,440. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
When Margery is introduced to the Spork Room, a magical writing community with a Door where stories come to life, everything seems great. But when she breaks the rules and finds herself trapped, will she be able to do what's needed to set things right?

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Smashwords book reviews by Kit Campbell

  • Carnelian on Jan. 21, 2014

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review from the Lovers of Paranormal Goodreads group. First of all, let me say that the concept is excellent. The plot is super cool, and I don't know whether the author is drawing on real mythology or not, but I really like it. It's what made me pick up the book. The side characters and world are well-created, and the flow is good. Definitely makes you want to keep reading to try and figure out all the twists that are woven in. And it sets up well for the next book. I did feel the main character was a little inconsistent, and in a couple of points the romance felt a little forced. It's also a bit overwritten, with the same information sometimes being repeated two or three times within a couple of paragraphs. But overall, I enjoyed this, and I'll probably pick up the second book when it comes out later this year. I wish we could rate half stars, because it's definitely better than 3 stars, but not quite as good as 4 stars.