WET MATCHES: The Storyline

WET MATCHES a novel By Randolph Randy Camp

WET MATCHES a novel By Randolph Randy Camp

While on a high school reunion trip to the South, a young California couple rescues an eclectic group of free-spirited, homeless teens and brings them back to sunny California. On this cross-country trip, Jack and Crystal discovers a lot about the teenagers. But also, they find out things about themselves that will help preserve their marriage. Learn more on Goodreads at http://www.goodreads.com/randolphcamp

DON’T GIVE UP! KEEP WRITING! If you’re a writer in your heart of hearts, then write ’til your fingers are numb. There have been times when I’d felt like throwing in the towel and giving up on my writing dreams, but even after stuffing all of my writing materials underneath my bed and deep into my closet, only two days later there I was digging it all back out again. Even after scanning through your pile of rejection letters, you must (and you will) find the inner strength to fight discouragement. Take your rejection letter and turn it over to use the backside as scrap paper and keep writing. If you’re a screenwriter, you must envision the audience watching your movie as you’re currently writing it. If you’re a novelist, you must envision your readers physically holding and reading your book as you are presently writing your first draft. – Randolph Randy Camp



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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