Author Archives: Cameron Dryden

About Cameron Dryden

Cameron Dryden is a writer, engineer, and inventor with 31 patents. He was NSBE Distinguished Engineer of the Year and is a lay preacher. A graduate of Grubstreet's Novel Incubator, he's revising two fiction novels about Onesimus, the first-century slave who escaped, returned, and eventually became bishop of Ephesus, fourth-largest city in the Roman empire.

Nine Circles of Literary Agent Hell

Note: GrubStreet’s Muse and the Marketplace is cancelled this year due to Covid-19. I’ve screwed up so many Manuscript Mart meetings at GrubStreet’s Muse and the Marketplace conference, I’ve been through Hell. I have been disconsolate, heard Satan’s calumnies, been…

Historical Fiction Freak-Out

This could be you if you watched Hidden Figures or Dunkirk, had your socks knocked off after reading Crystal King’s Feast of Sorrow or Whitney Scharer’s The Age of Light, or managed to keep pace with the 166 ghosts in…