More Class Discussion on WET MATCHES

Author Randolph Randy Camp with High School Students, discussing his novel 'Wet Matches', December 2013.

Author Randolph Randy Camp with High School Students, discussing his novel ‘Wet Matches’, December 2013.

Author Randolph Randy Camp discussing his novel ‘WET MATCHES’ with High School Students, December 2013.

On Monday, December 16th,   author Randolph Randy Camp met with the sophomore Certified Nursing   Assistant students from East High to discuss one of his novels, Wet Matches, that the   students read. The students   relished the opportunity to actually meet and discuss his work.
Wet Matches is a metaphoric  story loaded with highly engaging characters who consistently   demonstrate empathy as they mature and move beyond severe barriers in   their life to become healed contributors to society.   Mr. Camp shared his personal story of growing up in the   segregated South and how his experience, and a song that he wrote as a   teenager, became the plot of his book. Students were spellbound as he   discussed the process of writing and publishing a book.

Mr. Camp recently had his third book, Twenty-nine Dimes, a Love Story,   published, and his sequel to Wet Matches is in the final editing   stages. – (Mr. Tim Wagner, Instructor-Teacher)

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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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