Pam Hillman

Inspirational fiction weaving the romance of the Old West into stories of soul-stirring passion.

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Location: United States

Thank you for dropping in. I’m a farmer’s wife, mother, author, pre-school Sunday School teacher, purchasing manager, and ACFW Conference Treasurer. That is WAY too many hats for one woman!

Published Works

Claiming Mariah, Tyndale House Publishers, January 2013

Stealing Jake, Tyndale House Publishers, July 2011

“What’s Good and Right,” short story, A Prince of a Dog, Revell Books 2007

Contribution in I Must Decrease by Janice Thompson, Barbour Publishing, 2005

“Wrapped in His Arms,” poetry contribution, Romancing the Christian Heart, April 2003

“Have Butter Beans, Will Travel,” nostalgic essay, Mississippi Magazine, May/June 2002

“Box Social,” romantic short story, Back Porch, July 1998; World of Romance, Oct 1999

“Choir of Angels,” nostalgic essay, Southern Flyer, April 1998

“Memories,” nostalgic essay, Southern Flyer, January 1998

“The Right One,” romantic short story, Back Porch, summer 1997