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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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Friday, May 04, 2012

Writing, writing, writing, writing


Sorry to have left you with a boring blog about my garden for so long. I’ve been trying to stay focused on finishing SKIN DEEP.

Sadly, I haven’t succeeded. Between work I needed to get done for Rock*It Reads — an investment of time — and some extra time-consuming stuff for my opinion column this week for the paper, I lost a couple of days.

Then an old lady crashed into my car in a parking lot, and that has taken up a lot of time. I was fine. She was fine. Her car was fine. Mine has about $1,000 worth of damage that she is going to cover. But spending time on the phone with insurance companies, going to get an estimate for repairs, and talking with her ate a chunk of yesterday. So aggravating!

It’s one thing if I waste my time. It’s something else if other people waste it.

SO, I’m putting the universe on notice that this is it. No more. I’m staying offline and ignoring email until this story is written.

As far as the story itself goes, I have the rest of it in my head. It just needs to come out. I think fans of the I-Team will really enjoy it.

Of course, once I finish it, it will finally be time to write “Marc and Julian Make a Beer Run,” which will be included in the back of the novella as an extra treat for I-Team fanatics. (You know who you are.)

Have a great Friday and weekend, everyone! I hope to be back on Monday celebrating.





5 comments:

Rachel said...

“Marc and Julian Make a Beer Run”? Only good things can come from a title like that!!

Good luck writing! (And if you're reading this comment before Skin Deep is done, you should get back to work!)

Camille said...

Can't wait to sit in on another conversation with Marc and Julian. No other author has ever produced a bromance as cool as this. Edge of my seat with anticipation.

Beth Sanzo said...

Sorry to hear that. And I must thank you for your hard work Pamela Clare. I get a kick out of your books! ...so excited for Skin Deep.

Sorry to hear about your accident, Pamela. I'm glad you and the other driver are okay, though, and I hope it didn't aggravate your neck issues.

"Marc and Julian Make a Beer Run"??? *Squee!* Love their "bro-mance". They both crack me up. I'm excited! ^_^

Thanks for all your hard work and take care of yourself.

Oh dear! Glad everyone involved is ok. Good luck with the writing.
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