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Sean Campbell

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in Greenville, S.C., The United States
June 12, 1982



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Sean Campbell began writing at the age of fourteen, and it was a complete disaster. A sample Beavis & Butthead script earned him a spot in the Greenville Fine Arts Center’s Film/Video program, where he finished his first feature-length screenplay at the tender age of sixteen. By day, he’s a mild-mannered Broadcast Operations Technician at a local television news station, but by night he writes novels, screenplays, and comic book scripts.

He enjoys fantasy and science fiction, no matter the medium. He is a movie nerd, a hardcore gamer, listens to very loud music, loves riffing on bad movies, and is an avid esports fan.

Nowhereville was his first novel, but won’t be his last.

I recorded this a few days ago, and it's a little outdated but I wanted to give a quick thank you to those who have taken the time to purchase and review my novel. Also, and yes I am aware of the irony, I give a quick, yet somehow rambling, update on what I am [...]
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Nowhereville (Chapter One) (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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Description: After his mother's death, sixteen year old Seth Bradley chooses to leave behind his friends, his school, and his entire life within the rusted, broken down space station Ticonderoga. With his sister Jenna in tow, he sets out to join a father he barely knows in the orbital city of Grass Valley, a monument to human achievement floating three hundred miles above the Earth. He's never seen the open sky before. Never seen a robot either, until he meets Anne, a strange, quiet shopgirl that no one ever seems too bothered to notice. Ava Morales is a girl with a mysterious and violent past. The soldiers of the Democratic Republic of Mars sing praises to her name, but to her family she is a terrible secret. She is considered a terrorist by the Allied Nations of Earth, but to others still, she's nothing more than a troubled teenager, on her way to becoming a permanent resident of the Grass Valley prison system. When Grass Valley is caught in the crossfire of an all-out war between Earth and Mars, Seth, Jenna and Anne must work together to survive as they find themselves trapped in a world that is literally crumbling around them. Meanwhile Ava unexpectedly finds herself alone and finally free in a chaotic, hostile city torn apart by conspiracy and fear. A city where, maybe, she has a chance to finally live in peace. A city in ruins, lost to the blackness of space. A city with secrets all its own.
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“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”
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"He said kenders were small because we were meant to do small things. 'If you look at all the big things in the world closely,' he said, 'you'll see that they're really made up of small things all joined together.' That big dragon down there comes to nothing but tiny drops of blood, maybe. It's the small things that make the difference."
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