Cammie’s Grief: Excerpt from LaBrea’s Moon

Writer Randolph Randy Camp

Writer Randolph Randy Camp

HARRY’S FIELD is an animated, children’s fantasy TV series. The series centers around a magical flying school bus named Eagle Wing, which transports kids from urban areas to an enchanted, colorful place called Harry’s Field, where they learn about nature and our environment from a variety of jovial, talking animals and plants. TIME OUT TIME IN is another very lively and engaging animated, children’s fantasy TV series created by Randolph Randy Camp. In a very entertaining and colorful manner (without being preachy), the series encourages young kids to use their imagination while simultaneously teaching them about life’s virtues, such as the importance of being polite and kind to others. All works registered with the Writers Guild of America, East.

Author Randolph R. Camp at ECC, March 2014

Author Randolph R. Camp at ECC, March 2014


Excerpt from ‘LaBrea’s Moon’….
The door is partially open. The curtains are drawn. The room is dimly lit. A certain gloom…emptiness lingers in the room. LaBrea’s suicide is taking a devastating toll on her mother. Everyday Cammie goes into LaBrea’s bedroom and secretly releases her pain. Today we find Cammie sitting on the edge of LaBrea’s bed. Tears streak down her cheeks as she gazes at the collection of movie posters covering the walls. Each poster has an enlarged image of the movie’s lead actress surrounded by smaller images of the other cast. Deep in her heart, Cammie knew that one day she would see her daughter’s face gracing some big blockbuster movie poster just like the ones ornamenting these walls. The death of that wishful thought, the loss of that hopeful dream is slowly killing Cammie, day by day. Cammie wipes the streaks of tears from her cheeks with the backside of the colorful apron wrapped around her hips. Suddenly, a kitchen timer echoes throughout the house! Cammie doesn’t move a muscle. Momentarily, she seems to be caught up in the midst of a daydream.
Other titles by Randolph Randy Camp include ‘…Then The Rain’, ’29 Dimes: A Love Story’, ‘False Dandelions’, ‘Wet Matches’, ect.


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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.

Contemporary Author Randolph Randy Camp

Contemporary Author Randolph Randy Camp

’29 Dimes: A Love Story’ is a love story amid a crazy, explosive summer in Silver Lake, California. Learn more at


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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