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Teresa is one of my writer friends that I met through Blog Battle. I’ve enjoyed her contemporary shorts, and I highly recommend you check them out on her blog, How the Cookie Crumbles. Teresa lives with her cats Dickens and Lady Gaga in Ontario, Canada. She is a grandmother and a student of life with a passion for cooking. Although retired, she’s annoyed with her overwhelming collection of books and lack of time to read them. Her daily life consists of writing, reading, and blogging.
I can totally relate to that last statement. Sometimes I feel like writing is my life. Everything else takes a back seat at times.
I am tickled to be here. Thanks so much, Cathleen, for this wonderful opportunity. It’s a pleasure to meet you.
*shakes hands* Tell me about your most recently published work?
I had a Christmas story published last month in Halcyon, an…
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I love historical novels and this promises to be a great one. Re-blogging. Authors promoting authors. We all need each other.
Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to historical novelist Pam Lecky. Welcome Pam. Please tell us a little about yourself as writer and as person.
I was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. Married with three children, I work part-time and have a lot to juggle, which isn’t ideal for my writing! I’m probably a typical writer – a bit introverted, and was prone to daydreaming from an early age. I was an only child and my mother died when I was young, so I grew up spending a lot of time alone (though not lonely). Books were always my joy and I turned to them frequently. I grew up during the seventies – a particularly bleak time in Ireland, so escaping into other worlds was attractive.
I first dabbled with poetry during my teens. Then I helped out on a local newsletter for a year or two…
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