On December 9, we (Perspective authors Amanda Giasson and Julie B. Campbell) will be featured authors at the Barrie Public Library’s 2023 Local Author Book Market 📚. Alongside other talented local authors, we’ll be selling our books (adult/teen and kids’ books) and gift sets. You’ll also find us on the event’s Main Stage, when we give our quick Lightning Talk about ourselves, our Perspective series and how we write it.
This year’s BPL Comic Fest was outstanding and we, the Perspective book series authors, were happy to be back as one of the nearly 40 vendors at this awesome event held annually by the Barrie Public Library.
The Perspective book series Black Friday Sale is almost here! It starts November 25, 2022 and is the biggest sale we’ve ever held!
Are you excited for this year’s upcoming BPL Comic Fest? My Perspective book series coauthor Julie B. Campbell and me (Amanda Giasson writing here) certainly are!
Perspective book series authors Amanda Giasson and Julie B. Campbell are thrilled to be returning as vendors at this year’s Elmvale SciFi Fantasy Street Party!
With in-person events back on track, we are thrilled to be cosplaying book characters from the Perspective series books again.
My co-author (Julie B. Campbell) and I (Amanda Giasson) love writing the Perspective series books. Although it’s also fun to write a stand-alone book, writing a series is an entirely different and gratifying experience.
One of the questions Julie B. Campbell and I (Amanda Giasson) are asked the most frequently is: “How do we write the Perspective book series?”
If you’ve been following us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram (thank you!), then you might have noticed that we re-released Love at First Plight – Perspective series book 1 – at the start of this year. Here’s why we did it!
It’s time to share our perspective (see what we did there?) on 2021 and everything that happened this year. Amanda Giasson and I (this is Julie B Campbell at the keyboard) both agree that while this year definitely came with its bumps and challenges, it was definitely a heck of a lot better than 2020. As long as things continue in the getting-better direction, neither of us have any complaints – at least, not noisy ones.