Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes overly long e-mails, award-winning and best-selling romantic mysteries, and hilarious nonfiction from deep in the heart of Nowheresville, Texas and way up in the frozen north of Snowheresville, Wyoming. She is passionate about great writing and smart authorpreneurship as well as long hikes with her hunky husband and pack of rescue dogs, experimenting with her Keurig, and traveling in the Bookmobile.
If you'd like Pamela to speak to your book club, women's club, or writers group, by Skype or in person, shoot her an e-mail. She's very likely to say yes. You can connect with Pamela via her website (http://pamelafaganhutchins.com).
Pamela's writing wins a lot of contests. Here are a few:
2015 USA Best Book Award Winner (Fiction: Cross Genre)
2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarter-Finalist
2013 USA Best Books Business: Writing & Publishing Contest
2012 Houston Writers Guild Ghost Story Contest
2012 USA Best Books Parenting/Divorce
2011 Houston Writers Guild Novel Contest
2010 Writers League of Texas Romance Contest
Visit her website http://pamelafaganhutchins.com, or follow her on Facebook http://facebook.com/pamela.fagan.hutchins.author.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The moment when I laugh or cry as I'm writing, but have no idea what is coming next! Well, actually, that's a tie with the times I get letters, emails, or social media notes from readers. That totally rocks, too!
What do your fans mean to you?
My fans keep me going in my darkest moment. They encourage me, and they make me feel that what I am doing is worthwhile. Writing is a lonely and discouraging business at times. Those wonderful people that reach out mean the world to me1
Paralegal and former rodeo queen Emily desperately wants to prevent the deportation of six-year-old Betsy and adopt her, and she'd really like a second chance with her sexy boss, Jack, too. But two teen runaways witnessed a trucker murdered in cold blood, and they're convinced Emily's the only person they can trust, forcing her to choose not whether to put a young person at risk, but which one.
The Jumbie House, an e-book short story, is an outtake from Leaving Annalise, #2 in the award-winning, bestselling Katie & Annalise romantic mystery series, and contains details not available in the book version.
When a dead body swan-dives into the pool at a wedding, gossip comes to a halt about disgraced paralegal and former rodeo queen Emily. Broke and desperate, Emily takes a job with a sexy criminal attorney where she becomes obsessed with the disappearance of the six-year old daughter of his client. She hunts across two states for the girl, as bodies pile up and her own secrets unravel.
Michele Lopez Hanson wants to burrow into bed for the rest of her life when her husband is killed by a hit-and-run driver, but she must carry on, to compete in the Kona Ironman Triathlon in his honor, and to keep their kids and herself from meeting his same fate.
Who knew indie publishing could be this much fun? Whether you have published before or are contemplating your first book, Pamela Fagan Hutchins makes an overwhelming field manageable by presenting tried and true how-tos and a myriad of resources, including the marketing plan that got her debut novel national distribution - all with her tongue firmly planted in her cheek.
One unexpected and hotly fought-over little boy, two dead bodies, and a series of home vandalisms throw Texas attorney turned island chanteuse Katie Connell into a tizzy. Juggling all of this, Bloody Mary cravings, baggage, and the bad guys too, she waffles between the jumbie house that brought her back from the brink and the man she believes is the love of her life.
How To Screw Up Your Kids: Blended Families, Blendered Style
Married couples with kids divorce 40% of the time. Chances are you and your next spouse will each bring kids, so what you need is a plan for blendering everyone into a chunky smoothie of stepfamily goodness.
Hot Flashes And Half Ironmans: Middle-aged Endurance Athletics Meets The Hormonally Challenged
Women get older, dammit, and sometimes it sucks, especially for women who pride themselves on athleticism and an adventurous spirit. Yes, it can be hard, but middle age doesn’t have to be a flashing red stop light. Join the author -- in spandex -- as she battles her traitorous middle-aged hormones in
The Clark Kent Chronicles: A Mother's Tale Of Life With Her ADHD And Asperger's Son
A mother's tale of living with and loving her ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome son, weaving practical advice into heart-wrenching and hilarious stories from toddler to adulthood with "Clark Kent the WonderKid" and his sometimes-exhausted and frequently-baffled family.