Pamela Mariko grew up near UK’s bleak moors, where Red Moon: Secrets of a sixties schoolgirl, (formerly Red Moon Rising), is set.
She’s a 2011 semi-finalist in Amazon’s Breakthrough Novel Award and gained five star reviews from Amazon panel editors and Publishers Weekly.
In 2010 she won the Olvar Woods Fellowship Award, and in 2008 the Varuna Longlines.
Besides this book, Pam also writes women’s fiction. A former freelance travel and property writer, she is now driven to follow her heart and concentrate on novels. Pam lives on Australia’s Sunshine Coast and enjoys spending time with her partner, family visitors, good friends and her cat.
Andrea Hampton is going to break through the north midland gloom and her fog of misery her way. She’ll get Brendan James, and be like the older girls. But there are three events she hasn’t planned on – events that would change her life, again. She hasn't planned on being a teenage mum, or, on the move to London, where life could be fun...
Mary wants to save her baby, and when Grace understands Mary's plea, she wants to save baby Haysoo as well. Haysoo isn't just any baby - Haysoo is a sweet baby calf. Grace and her brother Christian make a plan to rescue the baby calf, even though it means going on a scary journey, hidden inside trucks. Will they succeed? Come, let's see.