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ISBN:1576574091
Author: Drusilla Campbell
ISBN13: 978-1576574096
Title: A Dream of Fire
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ePUB size: 1936 kb
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Language: English
Publisher: Paradise Press, Inc; No Edition Stated edition (1981)

A Dream of Fire by Drusilla Campbell



Melissa said: This was a pretty good read; it was a fast-paced story  . She had sailed the Pacific Ocean three times Drusilla Campbell lives in San Diego with her husband, the r, Art Campbell, two rescued dogs and four horses. She was born in Melbourne, Australia and came to California when she was six years old. Before that she criss-crossed the United States by train and car with her brave and resourceful mother and mostly adorable baby brother.

Books by Drusilla Campbell, Silent Dreams, A Dream of Fire, Tomorrow's Journey, Stolen passions, Reunion, Broken promises, Stolen Passions, Men Like Gods. Tomorrow's Journey: fourth in the Hopewell saga. Stolen passions: third in the Hopewellsaga.

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Used availability for Drusilla Campbell's A Dream of Fire. July 1981 : USA Paperback.

1981 - A Dream of Fire (Paperback) → Paperback ISBN-13: 9780671434687 ISBN-10: 0671434683 Genre: Romance. Men Like Gods (Paperback) ISBN-13: 9780440054115 ISBN-10: 0440054117. Stolen Passions (Paperback) ISBN-13: 9780440081302 ISBN-10: 0440081300 Genre: Literature & Fiction.

Drusilla Campbell, a best-selling novelist of controversial characters, died peacefully in her husband’s arms on 24 October 2014 at Crickety, her home in Bay Park, San Diego. In San Diego she was noted for annual Labor Day parties at Crickety, where she feted some of the liveliest minds in the writing and teaching community. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Jose University, Drusilla spent two years hitch-hiking around the world, stopping in Australia and England to teach school when she ran out of money. In the early 1970s Dru produced and narrated various radio shows for WAMU-FM, a PBS affiliate in Washington, . including weekly broadcasts on science fiction and ecology. She simultaneously graduated with honors from American University’s Masters Program in Communication.

A Dream of Fire, Pocket Books (New York, NY), 1982. Silent Dreams, Dell Publishing (New York, NY), 1982. Stolen Passions, Dell Publishing (New York, NY), 1982. While in her twenties, Drusilla Campbell traveled and taught, but she has been writing for as long as she could remember. When she lived in Washington, she was an on-air personality for a National Public Radio affiliate, and then turned to full-time writing. Campbell wrote ten novels, then, with Marilyn Scott Graham, an administrator of a substance abuse rehabilitation program, published Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: A Guide for Managers. To write this work, Campbell drew on her own experiences working with recovering women alcoholics and drug addicts. The result is a book that Booklist.

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A Dream of Fire 7 copies. Drugs and Alcohol in the Workplace: A Guide for Managers 4 copies. Drusilla Campbell-"Little Girl Gone". Warwick's, Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 7:30pm. Acclaimed local author Drusilla Campbell will be at Warwick's on Tuesday, February 28th at 7:30pm to discuss and sign her newest novel Little Girl Gone. Join Drusilla Campbell for a book discussion, Q&A, and signing of Drusilla’s new book, Little Girl Gone, followed by a two-hour writing workshop conducted by the author, an acclaimed writing instructor and President of SDWI. If you cannot make the event, but would like a signed copy, contact the San Diego store, at (858) 268-4747.

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