Pamela T
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The whole point of having a blog is to write, right? Pam always loved to write, whether it was doodling on paper as a child while daydreaming in class, or writing in her diary as a teenager. If she had paper and pen, she was happy. She slept with her pen and notebook before sleeping with her husband. Pam has always believed that putting words to paper is a form of art. Creating something that will take someone away on a journey that they would never normally be able to do in "real" life puts a smile on her face. Most of the time it's pretty basic and sometimes even sloppy, but during those inspirational moments when it all comes together, the sky never looked so blue.
Pam has pictures and words constantly running through her head. She strives to put them on paper in such a way that her readers will feel what she is seeing. She wants the readers' hearts to race just like hers, and the aromas that she describes should waft through the readers' nostrils in such a way to cause them to long for that cappuccino steaming in the chunky white mug. Changing words into visions is her goal. One she has been working on for a long time. Whether she ever completes her great American novel and has it reach someone's hands who read it over and over, (which would be amazing) yet, doesn't really matter right now. For now, she loves the experiences and the character that is built when articles and stories come back that have been edited or critiqued. She doesn't like the way it makes her feel, because it stings. A few days go by before she feels like sitting down and writing again. She does it because she loves it. Writing for her is personal. She remembers someone telling her that she should write as if no one will ever read it. Easy to say; harder to practice.
For now, Pam is content writing every day; learning from others and just enjoying the process. A few facts about Pam: She loves God, family and her grandchildren. She is a widow after 29 years of marriage. She raised two amazing children and watched them reach adulthood with pride! Coffee is one of her passions. She craves the ocean, old bookstores, journals, hammocks, the feel of a book in one hand and a great cup of coffee in the other, music, playing her keyboard with headphones on late at night; playing games online with her list of Pandora stations blaring through her earplugs; Friday breakfasts with her family; hunting up new local coffee shops; singing in church; sitting with her grandchildren in church and watching them clap their hands; a good movie that makes her want to stand up and cheer; praying at night before she goes to sleep, and trying to list all the things she's thankful for as the sun rises for a new day.
So, what are Pam's hopes and dreams? To be a better writer, in hopes that someone, someday will read what she has written, and be moved.


Pam T. loves to write about life. Whether it be about herself, her children or grandchildren, or day trips, long trips or re-locations. She specializes in finding ways of opening up the imagination of the reader. She has written several articles, blogs and one book that have actually been purchased! She is currently working on a three-book contract for a fictional novel. Very exciting things coming up in her future.


Pam's interests are pretty straight-forward. Faith, family, friends, along with drinking coffee in a quaint cafe with my laptop people-watching for a great story; traipsing through dusty old bookstores for that one special book; swinging in a hammock close (preferably close enough to the ocean where I can hear the waves), or she's happy to have her favorite musicians pulsing through her earbuds...either way she's happy. She loves playing her keyboard in the middle of the night with her headphones on, and singing along with her favorite Christian bands. Hanging out with her adult children in the kitchen while preparing food for "family night dinner" is a highlight that she cherishes. At night, when she crawls into bed, grabs her journal and favorite pen and begins to write her thoughts down...that is the best part of her day.


Sabino High School

The beautiful high school years for Pam were amazing. She loved school. She made long time friends, amazing memories and only wishes that she could remember every detail. Well, most of them anyway.

University of Arizona

Pam's time spent at the U of A was exciting and challenging. She was ready to dig in and become a Registered Nurse (just like her grandmother). The first semester was great. Then one day at church, this new guy walked in, and the rest is history. Pam decided to choose love and marriage over her education. She knew that one day she would return and get that diploma. She did; however, you'll just have to keep looking to get the rest of the story.

University of Phoenix

Finally, Pam was able to return to her dream of completing her Bachelors degree. She no longer had the desire for Nursing, so she chose a field that would help her climb the ladder at her current job. Business.

Grand Canyon University

Pam finally achieved her goal and graduated from GCU in 2013 with her Bachelors degree. It took her awhile to get their, and the journey was not easy. Through many stops and turns and bumps in the road, she finally attained one of those items on her bucket list. It was not easy. Her husband of 29 years passed away in 2008. Life became very grey for a few years. She will always be so grateful for the birth of her first grandson in Oct of 2007. Pam knows that God sent baby Yuri into her life to help with her healing process. She also started writing like a mad-woman!


3 Projects Completed

Pam has completed 3 movie/tv show reviews. The one listed below is from the TV show "Dig". As far as expertise goes, Pam has only been freelance writing and doing reviews of books/tv/movies for the past 6 months. She is not an "expert", yet she loves the challenge of trying something new. Writing has always been her passion.


2 Projects Completed

Pam has completed 1 review of a coffee shop in her city. She thoroughly enjoyed this and looks forward to many more. Restaurants, cafe's and local places are things that bring out the best in Pam.


2 Projects Completed

Pam has done several move/tv reviews over the past 6 month. Each one she does, she gets better and better at. Sometimes doing a review on something that doesn't quite fit into the taste and passions of her life are challenging. It is a good thing to stretch your boundaries.


1 Projects Completed

Pam has ghostwritten a short story for a publisher in London. She has not been published yet, but hopes that dream will soon become a reality.

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