Monday, November 21, 2011

WEW and the WWW

Yesterday I was graced with the words of a five year old little boy.  He said to me "I like Rock n Friend, I didn't know you could make one book two books just like that"

I told that little boy you can do just about anything you want to with books and through his big brown eyes I could almost see the wheels turning inside his head.

It gave new meaning to W's for me, Wide Eyed Wonderment - even more wonderful than the World Wide Web - perhaps someday we will see his WEW on the WWW?

The World Wide Web is an amazing place, bringing so many people together who may never otherwise have a chance to meet, to share, to learn and to express themselves.  Here at Campbell Lawson we began a humble internet launch just last week and have already met so many new and wonderful people.  As the word continues to spread and new visitors stop by we give thanks, oh so appropriate during this week of Thanksgiving.

Look around, click on the book links to learn more about the debut books from Campbell Lawson, published in October 2011.  You can browse, shop and follow this blog to make sure you don't miss any news from Campbell Lawson!

We welcome your thoughts and comments, so sit back, sip your morning coffee or evening tea and stay a while!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Welcome Jenny Matlock Friends

Thanks for stopping by!  Miss Jenny Matlock is, as we all know, a very special person!  Feel free to look around...

These three books were just published October 12th 2011!!  The posts below this one explain the adventure a little bit, but certainly don't do it full justice!

I hope you like what you see, I hope you know someone else that will like what you see and if you have an opportunity to read the books, I hope you take a moment to send an email or come back here and leave a comment!  (wow that's a lot of hoping isn't it?)

I would love to hear from you!

Campbell Lawson

PS - Don't be shy, you can buy the books right here, just click on each books page or the Shop Now page...(can't blame a gal for a shameless plug can ya?)