Denele loves to write, whenever she's not keeping up with her hound dog Weezie or staring off into the Ozark woods where she lives. Then there are the two cats, the goldfish, the firewood, and keeping her house in reasonable order, which is a very low priority.
She wrote her first book when she was five. Her mom probably still has it tucked away somewhere in a scrap book. Everyone in her family liked to read but she never found enough books at home to keep her satisfied. In desperate moments, she read the dictionary and encyclopedias.
Choosing a major for a college degree? No brainer. The magnificent English language. She's studied poetry and fiction as an undergraduate, and worked through several graduate level courses in creative nonfiction. Education has its place, but the real learning began whenever she sat down to write.
Sticking strictly to genre structures seems impossible for Ms. Campbell. After raising three kids, a successful career as a piano tuner/technician, a three-year stint owning and operating her own cafe, and a gob of other activities, there are simply too many divergent interests tempting her pen. Generally, works published as Denele Campbell are non-fiction. Works published as G. D. Campbell are fiction--and probably on the spicy side.
It's a radical social climate in 2055. Food and water and fire are daily challenges. Sex is a legal enterprise and pleasure energy is the new penicillin. Now, at the Kansas City House of Rae, an eight-day war of desire rages.