Pamela enjoys creating strong stories with characters who display candid, growing relationships with God. Her Mom-Lit novella, All Done with the Dashing (Sept. 2004), can be found in Barbour’s All Jingled Out 2-in-1 anthology and in Barbour’s 4-in-1 Simply Christmas, published in a hardback Special Collector’s Edition (Sept. 2005) and in paperback (Sept. 2004).
She was profiled in the cover story of the February 2002, The Christian Communicator magazine and featured in a July 2001, Writer’s Digest Special Issue article entitled, "In Their Words – Seven Successful Writers Share the Joys and Challenges of Working in Today’s Inspirational Writing World."
Pamela is a book reviewer for Church Libraries magazine since 1999 and has written for several magazines and anthologies such as: Christian Parenting, Pray!, Evangelizing Today’s Child, Catholic Parent, On-Mission, Writer’s Guidelines and News, Writer’s Digest, Focus on the Family, Early Stages, The Christian Communicator, Byline, Why Fret That God Stuff?, An Expressive Heart, Cup of Comfort Devotionals for Women, Cup of Comfort for Mothers and Daughters, Cup of Comfort Book of Bible Promises (2010), Gary Chapman’s Love is a Verb, Season’s of a Woman’s Heart, Star of Wonder, Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul, and Heart-Stirring Stories of Romance.
She has published numerous greeting cards, including her own line, Cookie Jar Greetings, published by Warner Press, as well as copy on assignment and freelance for DaySpring, Leanin’ Tree, and Celebration Greetings. DaySpring invited her for a three-day expense paid visit to their headquarters in 2000, an honor given to a writer only once before by DaySpring.
In 2006, 2007, and 2009 she served as a judge for the ACFW Genesis Fiction Contest for unpublished writers. Pamela enjoys encouraging other writers and teaching at writers’ conferences and offering conference related one-on-one critique sessions. She’s worked at: Colorado Christian Writers Conference, East Texas Christian Writers Conference, and the East Texas Professional Writers organization. She has also led women’s retreat workshops for her church. The sizes of the audiences vary from 25 to 75 participants.
She has written exclusive catalog product descriptions and web copy for Home and Garden Party.
Besides writing, Pamela has been a private school principal, a pre-school director, a kindergarten teacher, a legal secretary, and a children’s clothing designer. On street or treadmill, she enjoys reading and walking simultaneously!
Pamela and her husband, Rodney, make their home in East Texas. They have three daughters, three sons-in-law, and three grandchildren. Send her an e-mail by visiting her Contact page.