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Category Archives: Books and Creativity

The Power of Private Writing is LIVE!

This free workshop is for email subscribers, so sign on up if you haven’t already and you’ll get the links […]

How to Work With Me (if You Can’t Afford to Work With Me)

Inspired by Rachael Rice’s question, “Can we imagine the impact of our work beyond those who can afford it?”, I […]

Emotional Hygiene Resources for Writers (and Everyone!)

If you’re reading this, then you probably already understand that your emotional wellbeing is the bedrock of your creative practice. […]

Comet Party Summer School: the Vision Statement

What are the two most powerful words in this or any language? I am. I’ve been thinking about this ever […]

Provisional Confidence is LIVE!

My first online course, Provisional Confidence for Writers, is now live on Teachable! I explain the genesis in this three-minute […]

A Bright Clean Mind Corrections and Clarifications (Please Comment Below!)

My new book on veganism and creativity will be out in the world very shortly, and as I line up […]

Clever, Lovely, and Absolutely Thrilling

Here is a collection of kind things readers and reviewers have said about my books over the years. I made […]

A Bright Clean Mind preorder bonus!

Oh, hello! I’ve had a knitting-and-sewing post sitting almost-finished in my draft folder for ages, and I will get to […]

Alec’s Favorite Vegan Recipes

Readers of The Boy From Tomorrow will notice that Alec and his mother are newly vegan—as Mrs. Frost says, “if you have […]

Mrs. Frost’s Veggie Chili

Does the Internet need another recipe for veggie chili? NOPE! But I’m planning a kid-friendly vegan recipe round-up as part […]

Hi! I'm Camille. I only write stories that could never ever happen in real life, though I do believe in real-life magic. If we were in the same room I'd fix you a cup of tea, but for now we'll have to settle for a virtual connection. I'm really glad you're here.