Monday, September 17, 2012

Mazel Tov, Jadi!

Mazel Tov Monday

This past Saturday I learned that a talented writer and friend of mine has just published her first work of fiction. It's a big first step and I'm incredibly excited for her. 

Broken In is a novel made up of interconnected short stories, and one I can't wait to read. It's available on in paperback and for Kindle. You should go out and buy it. Today. 

Go ahead, I'll wait.  

And when you're done, be a doll and write a review on Amazon?

Jadi Campbell has previously worked in non-fiction, and was Massage Magazine's freelance European Correspondent for a decade. Her work has appeared in Massage & Bodywork Magazine. She has since redirected some of her writing focus toward fiction and is exploring the possibilities therein. Jadi is as insightful a writer as she is neat and clean in her style. 

Jadi has also recently launched her own personal blog, which is another exciting first step into the world of authorship. In order to succeed as a writer in today's world, one must have an online presence, and I'm confident that I'm not alone in extending a hearty handshake, a warm hug, and a crazy loud WELCOME TO THE BLOGOSPHERE! 

I have personal reasons for wanting to point my good job stick at Jadi. She has been a supportive force over the past year for other writers around her, including me, and exudes confidence in us even when we lack it for ourselves. Consider this small celebratory contribution Karma winding its way back around.    

Mazel Tov, Jadi, on the publication of your debut novel.


  1. Hi Lindsey, I was reading along here about Scandanavia and then Jadi's book. I popped over to Amazon and found this link to the first chapter of the ebook version of "Broken In", in case your readers want to have a look:

  2. Yo, Linz. Thanks for the heads up! I added Jadi's book to my wishlist and commented on her blog. (good maus.)