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This collection of verse spans Pamela's years beginning with "Baptism in Ellen's Creek" in the 1980s (when she was in her mid-thirties) to, "Stranger in the Looking Glass" while in Vancouver in the 1990s, and "God in the Hallway, Christ on the Stairs" written this year. It celebrates friendship and humor and, as always reflects Pamela's empathy to those who suffer and remain beyond her reach.

"Pause for Thought" will join earlier collections from Pamela in a series of verse created from daily living and faith in ...

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Pause for Thought

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Overview

This collection of verse spans Pamela's years beginning with "Baptism in Ellen's Creek" in the 1980s (when she was in her mid-thirties) to, "Stranger in the Looking Glass" while in Vancouver in the 1990s, and "God in the Hallway, Christ on the Stairs" written this year. It celebrates friendship and humor and, as always reflects Pamela's empathy to those who suffer and remain beyond her reach.

"Pause for Thought" will join earlier collections from Pamela in a series of verse created from daily living and faith in God.

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Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Pamela spent much of her childhood on the Atlantic coast. She wrote for the women’s pages of the Halifax Mail Star newspaper before leaving to raise a family.Pamela fell in love with Prince Edward Island when she moved there in 1983 with husband, Peter and daughters, Tanya and Joanna.Pamela is published in two anthologies of Canadian poetry, Island Moments, 2000 and Island Dreams, 2005 (Poetry Institute of Canada). Her collection of short stories and poetry is published under the title, Her Art and Soul, 2008.Pamela has three published works of fiction, in paperback:Blue Heron Madness, 2008, Finally Truth, 2009, and Woman of Heart Man of Clay, 2009All three of Pamela's books are also now published in eBook format.Pamela is currently working on another book of fiction with romance and suspense.Pamela recently published a collection of her poetry in eBook format under the titles "When You Wonder" and short collections of verse titled "Celebrating The Weeds," "In Faith, Still Growing," and "Pause for Thought" which are available on Smashwords.Copies of the print versions may be obtained by contacting Pamela at:P.O. Box 72, Summerside, PE C1N 4P6 or by Email: parable@pei.sympatico.caThank you for reading Pamela's work and may each one bring enjoyment.
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