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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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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

My Web site is finally updated

I know, I know. My Web site really needed an update. Unlike a lot of authors who update their Web sites regularly, I use my blog to keep in touch and up to date with everyone and only update the Web site a few times a year. Because I didn't have a book out this year, my poor Web site was even more neglected than usual, as I focused on writing.

But it's done now. Hurray!

The new content includes this snaxy downloadable wallpaper that Jenn J made for me. It also includes the entire author's note from the back of Naked Edge, the back cover blurb from the book, and updated news.

As a quick follow-up on the book giveaway: The woman at the post office asked me why I don't sell the books on eBay rather than sending them to readers at my own expense. I told her that it's a lot more fun to give a gift and make someone happy than to sell a book to a stranger. And, besides that, it's actually a violation of most author's contracts for them to sell their own books for profit if they've received those copies free from the publisher.

I still have those copies of Für die Liebe, Für die Freiheit available, as well as a couple ARCs of Surrender and two copies of Rendición. First come, first serve.

Now to get back on track here...

Coming soon:
A review of Kathleen Givens' Rivals for the Crown
Interviews with I-Team heroes
A French perspective on Ticonderoga/Carillon (from Untamed)
Contests for copies of Naked Edge...
Not to mention excerpts!


Debbie H said...

I'll have to go check out that updated website. I come here to find the most up to date news. But it will bring in those newbies to your books and that's great!

Sounds weird that it would be illegal for an author to sell their own books. I guess everyone needs a piece of the pie, huh?

I can't wait for my book to arrive. It will be just in time for my birthday and what a wonderful present from a fantastic author and friend!

Debbie H

Barbara said...

I'll have to check it out! I'm really looking forward to reading the story!


Cecile said...

Oh I am really liking the wallpaper Jenn made for you!!! She soo rocks!!!!!
Great job on updating!!! Hats off to you for updating!!!!
Hope you are having a great night/day!

JennJ said...

Hi Pamela I'm heading over to check out the updates! I agree with ya much more fun to give them to people and I think that's wonderful that your doing just that. BIG HUGS my dear!

And you have a new award over at my place! ;)

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