She was badly injured in a car accident and determined to learn natural therapies to help rebuild her own health and teach others.
Mia is engaged to Andrew and has two adult children. She enjoys playing and writing music, field archery, and swimming. She is passionate about animal welfare and has a house full of rescued animals – some of whom found their own way there!
She is about to embark on an extended road trip in a 5th Wheeler around the US and Canada and will be blogging about it at: www.britsinabus.info
So far she has published two successful books in the health genre: ‘The 10-Day Skin Brushing Detox’ and ‘Inversion Therapy: Relieve lower back and sciatica pain, improve posture, and revolutionize your health’. Both books were inspired by her own quest for health. Skin brushing keeps her lymph moving and her skin glowing, and inversion therapy keeps her back pain at bay, prevents her losing height, and helps give her glossy hair.
What inspires you to write?
Writing is a therapy for me and a form of expression. I wrote a lot when I was recovering from surgeries following a bad car accident. I wrote what I couldn’t bring myself to say!
I’m a professional aromatherapist and health coach so, naturally, a lot of what I write is about health because it is my passion. Although I’m officially disabled and suffer from a few health problems, I am able to keep active and healthy because of the health habits I have learned over the years – on my quest for wellness.
It is my joy to share what I have learnt, through my writing, with people all over the world.
Tell us about your writing process.
I’m an every day sort of person. I need habits or I don’t get around to things. I write every morning on a desk in my bedroom. I also enjoy writing in libraries and coffee shops but since I broke my Macbook by spilling coffee on it at a coffee shop recently, I’m a lot more careful than I used to be!
What advice would you give other writers?
Read, read, read. Write, write, write. Read everything, even rubbish, because you can learn from it all. Write everything that comes to mind – journalling, little fragments of poetry or titles of books that come to mind. None of it will be wasted.
Learn from other writers. Courses and books on writing really help.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
A friend was a tradtionally-published author but she decided she’d rather make money than have the ‘prestige’ of being published by a known publisher! I took her advice and went the self-published route and haven’t regretted it. I like having control and being able to offer my books at an affordable price.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think it is very exciting. It is so fast-changing. I love Kindle books but I still read paperbacks and don’t think they’re ready to die out anytime soon.
What do you use?
Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?
What formats are your books in?
Both eBook and Print
Link To Mia Campbell Page On Amazon