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Randolph Randy Camp speaking to students at East High School

Randolph Randy Camp speaking to students at East High School

 

Author Randolph Randy Camp at ECC, March 2014

Author Randolph Randy Camp at ECC, March 2014

 

Author Randolph Randy Camp

Author Randolph Randy Camp

Author Randolph R. Camp attends ECC Scholarship Luncheon on May 3, 2013Author Randolph R. Camp attends ECC Scholarship Luncheon on May 3, 2013

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Author Randolph Randy Camp speaking with students from East High School in Buffalo, NY about his first novel WET MATCHES and creative writing.

Author Randolph Randy Camp with Mr. Tim Wagner's class at East High School in Buffalo, NY . Photo taken after a Question and Answer Presentation about Randy Camp's first novel WET MATCHES.

Author Randolph Randy Camp with Mr. Tim Wagner’s class at East High School in Buffalo, NY . Photo taken after a Question and Answer Presentation about Randy Camp’s first novel WET MATCHES.

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Randolph Randy Camp’s ‘TONY’S BIKE’ Logline:

During his summer break, a kid detective helps the local cops solve a murder in rural Virginia.
‘TONY’S BIKE’ Plot/Summary:
Ever since Ricky Curtis was six years old he wanted to be an investigator. Now, at twelve years old, Ricky runs his own Private Investigator Agency out of his bedroom. Thus far, most of Ricky’s cases have centered around missing bikes. Ricky and his new sidekick, twelve year old Sheila, are caught off-guard when they discover a murder while investigating a stolen bike case. Realizing that young Ricky Curtis knows the backwoods better than they do, the local cops gladly accept his assistance in solving this heinous crime.
TONY’S BIKE, Original Screenplay Draft, U.S. Copyright Office Reg# PAu 002013080, Author: Randolph Randy Camp
 

Randolph Randy Camp’s fourth novel “29 Dimes”  is a love story amid a crazy explosive summer.

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One summer. Seven hearts. 29 Dimes. It wasn’t your typical LA summer. No one could’ve predicted what happened that day in Silver Lake. It was a summer of passion, confusion, and growth.

One hot, crazy summer.

Seven hungry hearts.

29 Dimes.

Award-winning, prolific writer Randolph Randy Camp creates a moving, tender love story amid a wild, crazy summer as Teki, Ronnie, Pepe, Brittany, Kalib, Tip, and Valerie each will have an experience that will forever shape and change their young lives.

Valerie has the kind of natural beauty that belongs on magazine covers. All the guys in Silver Lake dream about her. One guy will get lucky this summer and win her heart.

A gifted storyteller, Randolph Randy Camp offers the reader a realistic glimpse of the Los Angeles community of Silver Lake. If you still believe that love can happen to the most unlikely people and love still can be found in the most unusual place, then Randolph Randy Camp’s ’29 Dimes: A Love Story’ is certainly a must-read for you.

One Summer. Seven Hearts. 29 Dimes.

Randolph Camp is honored with the David Conley Scholarship on May 3, 2013 at Erie Community College.

Randolph Camp is honored with the David Conley Scholarship on May 3, 2013 at Erie Community College.

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About Randolph Randy Camp

Randolph Randy Camp: Screenwriter, Blogger , Storyteller, Youth Advocate and Mentor : The country boy from the backwoods of Virginia with a thousand stories to tell.
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