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I grew up in Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, then lived in Denmark and traveled throughout Europe before coming back to Colorado. I have two adult sons, whom I cherish. I started my writing career as a columnist and investigative reporter and eventually became the first woman editor of two different papers. Along the way, my team and I won numerous state and several national awards, including the National Journalism Award for Public Service. In 2011, I was awarded the Keeper of the Flame Lifetime Achievement Award for Journalism. Now I write historical romance and contemporary romantic suspense.


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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope your Thanksgiving is filled with family, friends and lots of love. Thanks for your friendship and support!

All my best,


Amanda said...

Happy Thanksgiving Pamela!! Hope it is a wonderful one!

Debbie H said...

Hi! Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! My children and grandbabies will be here shortly and we will be having fun. We had an unexpected guest, a pure white lab puppy, about 5 mo old showed up, no collar, so she is having fun with my golden at the moment. You know me, can't say no to any animal that needs a place. LOL

Amanda said...

Aw Debbie thats so cute!! Have great fun with the kiddies and family!!

Anonymous said...

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Thank you Pamela for all the great books this year! I have to say though that is one of the funniest turkeys I have every seen - love it!

shirley said...

Happy Thanksgiving Pamela and everyone I hope everyone had a wonderful day with family and friends

Tena said...

aww.... your turkey is so cute and Happy Thanksgiving Pamela and everyone I hope and pray everyone has a wonderful safe day with your loved ones take care boy did it fly by now Christmas is just around the corner Im sure thankful for everything in my life and thank you Pamela for giving me joy in every book you write cant wait to read the new one I hope to go and get it tomorrow

JennJ said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours my dear. :)


Anonymous said...

Pamela, hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

Wanted to ask you what's up with Naked Edge. I see on Amazon that the release date got pushed back again. Now it's November. I think it was May at first, then August...

BTW, my son went to Ithaca College too. Did a semester at the London Center. Really loved the whole experience. Hope your son does too.


Hi, Amanda — Thanks! My Thanksgiving was interesting... LOL!

Hi, Debbie — How did things turn out with the puppy? I'm betting you're working today, Black Friday. Don't work too hard!

Hi, Stef — You're welcome! And thank you for reading them! The books mean nothing of no one reads them. I think this turkey is funny too. That's why I chose him from all the other possible turkeys.

Hi, Shirley — Thanks! Same to you!

Hi, Tena — Thanks! The day was pretty wild in the end, but all's well that ends well. And you are so welcome! I'm so lucky to have people to share my stories with who appreciate them.

Hi, Jenn — Thanks, dear, and same to you! You won a prize on the Yahoo loop, BTW.

Hi, Claudia — Your son went to IC, too? Too cool! Yes, Naked Edge got bumped back again, but that's probably the last time. I got very behind in writing this year due to a variety of freakish circumstances. Between car wrecks and tornadoes, I lost most of the summer and a lot of the fall. I'm trying very hard to get back on track. I promise I'll write as fast as I can. Sorry for the delays! Kat and Gabe are impatient with me, too.

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