Julie B. Campbell

Julie B. Campbell is a Canadian author from Ontario, co-author of the Perspective series books, and children’s book writer of titles such as The Elephant-Wolf. As Rosy JulieBC, she’s a rosacea blogger and YouTuber.

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Author Julie B. Campbell’s blog, including thoughts on this and that, and other fascinating stuff.

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Book reviews for some of the titles Julie B. Campbell has recently read (or listened to – audiobooks are fantastic).

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Julie B. Campbell’s Author Bio. Who is she? What’s she up to? Does she like piña coladas? And getting caught in the rain?

Top Titles

Some of Canadian author Julie B. Campbell’s top titles include:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Don’t pass this one by”

“This is one of those must read novels that you absolutely have to finish because it’s just that compelling.”

Letitgo.ca – Amazon (Love at First Plight)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“The Elephant-Wolf”

“The story is about love and family no matter whom or what you are.”

Misty Shadows – Goodreads (The Elephant-Wolf)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Second Wind (Perspective #2)

:Five stars for beautiful writing, building tension and suspense and intriguing characters with depth.”

John Winston – Goodreads (Second Wind)

The Latest from Julie B. Campbell

Recent Blogs & Book Reviews

  • “An Ogre Ate My Sparkles” Available for Pre-order!
    An Ogre Ate My Sparkles, by Julie B Campbell and Laura Campbell, is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
  • Darius the Great is Not Okay: Audiobook Review
    The Darius the Great is Not Okay* audiobook was written by Adib Khorram and was narrated by Michael Levi Harris. It’s a young adult fiction story about a “Fractional Persian” American boy named Darius Kellner who travels with his family to Iran for the first time to visit with his maternal family.
  • 3 Audiobooks that Fueled my Passion for Vegetable Gardening
    I absolutely love vegetable gardening. I live in an apartment, but by mid-February every year, the entire area in front of my balcony door becomes my makeshift greenhouse.  I start planting seeds in egg cartons and tend them daily, watching for germination well before the seed packets say they should start growing (I just know that my seeds are smarter than the rest). Once the seedlings are hardened and the frost risk is gone, they’re planted in pots out on my balcony, so I can move my tending obsession outdoors. But it wasn’t always this way.