A Dream Come True

Through my words, I will aspire to live forever. ~Tammy Campbell Brooks

Writing is a hobby, but not in my wildest dreams would I ever think that I could make a difference.

A dream just became a reality overnight. I don’t know what my purpose is in this world, but my dream is to inspire. ~Tammy Campbell Brooks

Last night, I received good news that my debut autobiography, “The Ghetto Blues” is available at Walmart stores.  Prior to being available at Walmart, “The Ghetto Blues” is available at Barnes and Nobles, The Book People bookstore, The Dead Tree bookstore, The Bookwoman bookstore, and also at local libraries.

I don’t know who’s looking down on me, but I humbly appreciate it. I want to celebrate my good news with all indie authors, self-published authors, hybrids, to let them know that your book could do the same.

Keep marketing and don’t let anyone say what you can or can’t do.

Believe in you and your hard work. Let’s break the glass ceiling of traditional publishing.



Tammy Campbell Brooks is a native of San Antonio, Texas where she resides with her husband and two children. She enjoys reading, writing, and studying American history as hobbies. The Ghetto Blues is her debut book written about true events that occurred in her life. The successor of The Ghetto Blues novel, "Daddy Issues" is set to be released in 2019.

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