A multi-published author in short fiction and non-fiction, Pam continues to stretch her wings as a writer of inspirational fiction set in the American West. The Code of the West has always resonated with the internal fabric on which Pam was raised: that of hard work, honesty, and just being a good neighbor to someone in need.
Born east of the Mississippi and a hundred years too late, Pam still boasts of wrangling calves, milking cows and putting up hay, first as a child growing up in Mississippi, and later with her own personal hero, Iran, on their own farm.
A voracious reader as a child, Pam especially enjoyed stories involving the great Westward expansion, and television shows as Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie and Gunsmoke. The great western writer, Louis L’Amour, kept Pam mesmerized with his tales of cowboys and Indians, outlaws, prim schoolteachers, hot dry deserts and boom towns.
Pam’s love of the old west and her personal knowledge of country life brings authenticity to her work and depth to her characters, something that has been recognized many times in the industry through writer’s awards.