Some of Steve Campbell’s stories, with links.

I am a self-published author. I write fantasy fiction that I call small-town suburban country fantasy fiction, which features a strange little town called Ridgewood (aka Ravenwood in my early stories).

Portable Document Format (PDF) files of early stories that you can download free.
Free PDF Downloads

Old Bones, an organized selection of some published short stories.
Are We There Yet?
Behavior Unkind
Different Perspectives
Dead Rabbits Don’t Run
Dead Rabbits Don’t Run, Reprise
The Thing In the Mirror
A Sinister Blast from the Past
Ghost Lights
Bottom of the Seventh (slightly different than the PDF version)
Trespassers, Part 1 | Part 2

Some short stories co-authored with Lola Gentry-Dey:
Magic Ointment
Nightmare (an old work in progress)
For Halloween: Benefactor
The Move (another old work in progress)

$ave-$ome-Ca$h (an old work in progress with a humorous look at retail).
Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4

The Green Crystal Stories, featuring Vree Erickson, published 2012–2014.
Chapter 1 (Night of the Hell Hounds)
Chapter 2 (Night of the Hell Hounds)
Chapter 3 (Night of the Hell Hounds)
Chapter 4 (Trespassing)
Chapter 5 (Trespassing)
Chapter 6 (III)
Chapter 7 (III)
Chapter 8 (III)
Chapter 9 (Kismet)
Chapter 10 (Kismet)
Chapter 11 (Kismet)
Chapter 12 (Kismet)
Chapter 13 (Kismet)
Chapter 14 (Kismet)
Chapter 15 (Kismet)
Chapter 16 (Kismet)
Chapter 17 (Cracks In Time)
Chapter 18 (Cracks In Time)
Chapter 19 (Cracks In Time)

The Witch’s Curse—a work in progress, featuring Vree Erickson; based on the free novel “Margga’s Curse” published at Smashwords.
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10

10 thoughts on “Books

    1. Thanks Amy. 😀

      It is day #2 and I am still learning WordPress, reading and studying at the different forums. I may actually begin blogging something worthwhile soon.


    1. Kathy, it took several people to convince me to begin a blog.
      It would be nice to receive recognition for my work, but just knowing someone is reading this blog is recognition enough.

    1. Thank you for the invitation, Eternalflame. I have no personal stories, but my wife has. Together, we support the causes and rallies here to fight the disease. Perhaps she’ll allow me to share with you one of her stories.

  1. Steven, thanks very much for spending time on my blog yesterday and liking so many of the posts. I’m looking very forward to following and enjoying your work as well.

    1. Although property owners complain about the flooding, it is wonderful to have beaver ponds. Many of my days have been spent sitting at these ponds and watching, listening and “getting in tune”. That’s what I’ve found at your blog. Super.

    1. You’re welcome. Sorry it took me this long. Too many things going on in life.

      I hope all is going well for you.

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