Hey everyone! It's been a while. I wanted to share an exciting guestpost that details my Certified in Cybersecurity journey. You can read it here on Scoopearth and learn all about it for yourself. I've been writing a lot of security and networking articles lately, so you expect more like this in the near future!... Continue Reading →
The Stars are Finally Right! “Worlds Long Lost” Has Arrived.
If you've been waiting to sink your teeth into my Lovecraftian nightmare "Never Ending, Ever-Growing," go grab a copy . . . before one grabs you instead. After receiving this awesome review from Publishers Weekly, I've been even more excited about seeing my "Lovecraftian Corporate Horror" alive and in print for the very first time.... Continue Reading →
Anthologies, Anthologies: Seeking Your Advice, Plus a Very Exciting Announcement!
Science Fiction and Fantasy author Erica Ciko Campbell needs your advice--and makes up for asking with a very special announcement!
Read My Short Story “Macrophages” for Free on Writerfield!
Hi everyone, I'm really excited to announce that you can now read my short story "Macrophages" for free at the following link: https://writerfield.com/macrophages/. I'm especially proud of this one as it touches on some very personal topics and opens the door to a question that has always fascinated me: Just because other people can't see... Continue Reading →
Exclusive Interview With “Science Fiction Tropes”
Last week, I was lucky enough to get asked to do an interview for Science Fiction Tropes! I had a lot of fun with it, and tried my best to give in-depth answers to all the questions. Read the full interview here: http://www.scifitropes.com/erica-ciko-campbell/
On Instant Gratification and Your First Novel
If you’re in the process of writing your first novel, congratulations! Whether you’re on the first chapter or the last page, you did what countless people around the world wish they could do. However, we all know that writing a novel doesn’t happen overnight—and it could be a long time before you get to share... Continue Reading →
Making the Most of Rejection as a Writer
Whether you’re pitching an epic novel to an agent or posting a short article on your blog, dealing with rejection as a writer sucks. Like you, I dream of a stardust utopia where every sentence I spew out is eagerly swallowed up by the masses—but unfortunately, at this point in my career, I’m far more... Continue Reading →