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Jamie Campbell
Jamie was born into a big, crazy family of 6 children. Being the youngest, she always got away with anything and would never shut up. Constantly letting her imagination run wild, her teachers were often frustrated when her 'What I did on the weekend' stories contained bunyips and princesses.... show more

Jamie was born into a big, crazy family of 6 children. Being the youngest, she always got away with anything and would never shut up. Constantly letting her imagination run wild, her teachers were often frustrated when her 'What I did on the weekend' stories contained bunyips and princesses. Growing up, Jamie did the sensible things and obtained a Bachelor of Business degree from Southern Cross University and worked hard to gain her membership with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. Yet nothing compared to writing. Quiting the rat race to spend quality time with her laptop named Lily, Jamie has written several novels and screenplays. Spanning a number of genres and mediums, Jamie writes whatever inspires her from ghost stories to teenage love stories to tantalising murder mysteries. Nothing is off limits. A self-confessed television addict, dog lover, Taylor Swift fan, and ghost hunter, Jamie loves nothing more than the thrill of sharing her stories.
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Ecletic Reader
Ecletic Reader rated it 7 years ago
An interesting take on a classic fairy tale. A more balanced approach that makes the characters more realistic and more interesting makes the fairy tale more interesting. However, the approach leads to a limited story that suffers from underdevelopment.
Jasmyn's Reviews
Jasmyn's Reviews rated it 9 years ago
This was fun short story showing a bit of the history of Amery, Lola, and Lochie. The story takes place in a summer camp - something Amery is being allowed to do for the first time. When a camper goes missing it gets pretty interesting. This was a good short story and gave a bit of background for th...
Jasmyn's Reviews
Jasmyn's Reviews rated it 9 years ago
This contemporary science fiction was very subtle at first. We know that Amery is part of a special program, but we aren't entirely sure what it is at first. Her life and history are revealed in pieces as we need to know them. She seems to be quite the average teenage girl - boy troubles, school tro...
Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 9 years ago
Amery is on her way to summer camp for the first time, as her overprotective parents have kept her at home. However, hints of something different about her are given with mentions of "The Department", "The FBI", and the strange triangle symbol that she has on her wrist and almost always keeps covere...
Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 9 years ago
Not what I expected from the title. This is the story of Cinderella, as told by one of her "wicked stepsisters." However, Cinderella isn't evil - maybe a little self-absorbed, but what teenager isn't? Also her stepmother and stepsisters tried her best to be friends/family with Cinderella, but Cind...
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