At an early age Pamela loved to read, her local bookmobile introducing her to the wonderful world of books. Pamela went on to work in libraries and now she is writing books. I was very happy to be asked to read and review her book Damaged and also in the pipeline is an interview with Pamela – so be sure to keep an eye out for it. A guest post will also be up very shortly.
In the meantime please visit Pamela’s author profile by clicking here where you will find links to her website, info about her book Damaged and a link to her Goodreads profile.
And to get the ball rolling here is a little bit of background on Pamela from her website:
I was born in Ontario, Canada, the youngest child of two immigrants. My mother emigrated from East Germany after World War II. My British father was hired to work as an engineer on the ill-fated Avro Arrow project.
At the age of two, my family moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Growing up by the ocean has shaped my life, and has, in turn, shaped my writing. I attended the University of King’s College, where I took the Foundation Year Program, studying the greatest works of Western Civilization. I graduated with an undergraduate degree in English Literature. Following that, I studied law and was admitted to the Nova Scotia Bar. I’ve always had an interest in public policy, so I returned to university to complete a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.
I then worked as a strategy consultant for an international consulting firm, travelling all over North America. When I had my first child, my local office closed. I decided to stay home with my young family, a period in my life for which I am very grateful. It also gave me an opportunity to exhume an old passion: writing.