BLESSINGS: A Good Day
It would be an absolute lie if I said that I’d never dreamed of seeing one of my books on the New York Times Best Sellers List. I think that it’s every writer’s dream to have their stories reach as many people as possible. But, what is equally satisfying (at least to me) is receiving a letter from someone who was moved or touched by the words you’d written. And that’s exactly what happened to me yesterday, Friday (May 2, 2014). I woke up to an email message from a high school student in Japan that instantly put a big ol’ smile on my face, as her email letter went on to explain how her class had read one of my novels as an assignment and that she had identified with and really liked one of the characters in the story. Yes, it’s true that I would love to see exceptionally high book sale numbers, but these personal letters from readers are a real blessing and just as golden to me as the big numbers on a sales chart.
And later during the day, I was honored with two scholarships (The David R. Conley Memorial Perseverance Scholarship and The Hank Pirowski Scholarship) at the Annual ECC Scholarship Luncheon in Williamsville, NY, and what made that event so special was that I was blessed to share it with one of my most dearest friends, Karen (the one with the dark hair). So, yes indeed, my Friday was a very Good Day…full of Blessings. – Randolph Randy Camp
RANDY’S TV SCRIPTS – CHILDREN’S SERIES
1. Harry’s Field (May 2014, Registered with Writers Guild of America, East, Reg#R30871)
2. Time Out Time In (May 2014, Registered with WGA, East)
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.