Invitation to Readers

The monsters are napping right now, so it’s safe to grab a seat and take a look around. My author name is Sandra R. Campbell, but friends call me Sandee. I dabbled with writing in my early years, but didn’t discover my passion for the written word until I was much READ MORE

Collaboration: The Path to Achievement

For the last year, fiction website Waterfrontwriters.com has posted consecutive chapters of Two Weeks to Rites. This web series collaboration with fellow writer Desiree Smith-Daughety has been far from the ordinary writing project.

We first approached the project like READ MORE

Saying Goodbye – Death: Through A Cat’s Eye

There is nothing worse than saying goodbye to a dear friend. In this case, it’s a ten year relationship with the coolest fur-buddy I have ever known. Several months ago I awoke to deep purrs and a wet nose in my face and came up with the idea to write a short story from a cat’s READ MORE

The Slump Hump

At times writers feel like they are standing in the shadows of a towering mountain with no way to climb it. I call this the Slump Hump. It is the moment you realize book sales have wandered off and you do not know if they will ever return. Your Inspiration Well is dry and READ MORE

Top 5 Collaboration Quotes

I think it is in collaboration that the nature of art is revealed. ~ Steve Lacy

Politeness is the poison of collaboration. ~ Edwin Land

If I have seen farther than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants. ~ Isaac Newton

Every sin is the result of a collaboration. ~ Lucius Annaeus Seneca 

Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. ~ Mattie Stepanek

Writing is known to be a solitary task and yet literary collaborations between authors are remarkably frequent. Grimm’s Fairy Tales set the standard for literary collaborations in 19th Century READ MORE

Writing Collaboration or Mad Libs Mayhem?

Never know what you’re going to get….

Writing Collaboration or Mad Libs Mayhem?.

Two Weeks to Rites: Story Origins

Photo inspired story written for Waterfront Writers


By Sandra R. Campbell

In January 1985, my mother died in a car accident. Nobody’s fault, just an accident. I think that’s part of the reason my father couldn’t handle it – couldn’t handle me. There was no one to blame for her death.

Two horrible weeks later my father crept through READ MORE

Waterfront Writers’ – The Time Piece

Don’t forget to check out the last installment of Waterfront Writer’s, The Time Piece, anthology tomorrow, Friday September 27th.

Friday the 13th – Dark, Quirky, and Free!

A group of writers are launching a website where they will share their short stories, anthologies and a brand new web-series for your reading pleasure. Mark the date and follow now!