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Readers are EXCITED!!

Today I write again.. Can’t tell you how privileged and spoiled I feel to just relax and veg and write at my leisure here this summer of 2018 at AJ’s home. I feel inspired beyond measure. I now have four different friends who are working on writing projects from Novels to screenplays to non fiction to ghost writing and it feels so good to have others in my circle now who GET where I am coming from when I speak of this passion we have inside to create content. Four years ago today It was only a couple months into publish and i had a huge flurry of excited readers who had been waiting for my book to hit the stands/ebook. Here’s one message.. I cannot TELL you what messages like this and many other messages of support over the years mean and MEANT to me as a first-time author at age 65!! It motivated me to carry on with book 2 (which is still in progress and will eventually be a feature film) and the rest of the series, It has inspired me and told me it was all worth it!! Here was the post to me.. ~~ Lisa […]

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5 STAR REVIEW!!!

Author Pamela Lee’s testimony speaks for hundreds and thousands of women all over the world. Will this down-toearth, caring, kindhearted maiden’s future be “filled with love? Or filled with unspeakable despair?” The Highest Mountain; the Deepest Valley The Void of a Broken Heart The picture-perfect family. It’s one of the most desired, attainable, and ideal images conceivable to the human heart and spirit, with many of us dreaming and fantasizing of establishing our own family someday. Just like Annie Magyar. This piercing and emotive autobiography unfolds the many diverse chapters of Author Pamela Lee’s eventful and gripping story, with Annie Magyar, the main character, representing the author. As a youngling, Annie lives blanketed in unadulterated love, happy and content with an abundance of compassion, and securely nestled in the safety of principle, nourishment, family, and tradition. Immediately, it’s easy to interpret that she (who also goes by the name ‘Annie’; ‘Anna Belle’, ‘Anna Lee’ and ‘J’ throughout the story) is indeed a spirited leader with a genuine, zealous will to live life happy, and to the fullest degree! In the beginning, Author Lee efficiently exemplifies the natural “infectious” internal light little Annie possesses by recapping the earlier years of her […]

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Being true to me–hardest thing I ever did

In 3 months I celebrate the 3rd year anniversary of the publish of my first novel, Call me J. A roman a clef. It just happens that I am 60+. I never set out to write a book, never mind a series with well over 1,000,000 words. It was supposed to be a small family chronicle–maybe 20 pages. First book alone has 724. But–I had a heart attack, you see. Part of the rehab was counselling. Part of the counselling was facing the truth of our own morality. Part of what they said was “Now is the time to finish unfinished business.” I did not want to go to MY death without telling my mother’s story of her beautiful life and HER untimely and violent death. It was her due. I had to honour this most precious soul. We ALL have a mother or we would not be here and honouring that mother is –well-you reading this article know what I mean. The 4 years it took to complete this challenge of finishing what I started were the scariest but most magnificent span of time in my LIFE. Exhausting, Exhilarating, Encompassing. Evoking. I cried sooo many tears. Over and over […]

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Like petals on the wind…….

Dear God—- When I write first-draft words today—let them drift from my mind easily and be as lovely and inspiring as petals on the wind.– Let me see 200 words in perfect order–arresting and funny and endearing and powerful..and memorable.. Let me choose the perfect ones from all those You send me!!— Your Pammy

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Working for my readers today!!

Here’s to adding the adventure and stories of Annie Bell and her clan and Naomee Woods, too, to YOUR life!!! I know many of you love the characters in Call me J and the Holy snappin’ series– I hope you love Naomee Woods and her Hustler friends in my latest novel-in-the-works, Omeerotica!”, just as much!!! WORKING for my READERS TODAY!!… Onwards in Pammyland!!

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I LOVE BOOK REVIEWS!!

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo—YES!!!–Ron–a man with an incredibly diverse library of non and ficton books—-and well over 3000 titles under his belt—(his call name is Intellibear) just finished “Call me J. –here is his first-blush review–.. “This book is the offspring of Lucy Maude Montgomery getting into bed with Ernest Hemingway… you will be “less innocent about life” once you get through this “FIRST” book by Pamela Lee.”

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Finding our own marble of Carrara…

I know of a man who–at 59- had begun HIS new journey -and is living the lifelong dream of becoming a pastor–GOOD FOR HIM!! And I know of a woman who published her first book at 65..  That woman is me. We all have imperfections as artists.. Heck, Michelangelo’s David began as a piece of dead. cold imperfect marble. Who or what in this world is perfect? I believe that the moment we assume we know all there is to know and believe we are at our epitome is the moment we begin to wither and die. Our creations that still rest within us, never brought forth to the world.. We must continue to see the miracles and magic in the world every single day, regardless of our time in life. There is bliss in a wet and bloodied newborn calf on the hay as her mother nudges her to stand or clouds dancing across the sky–white on blue–ever-changing…making their OWN perfections as they go…or imperfections.. And there is bliss in allowing ourselves to fail–or succeed. It does not really matter for, in the end we conquer–when we at least—try.. After all, life is all in the perceptions. And our decisions […]

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This is IT!!!

Yes, I dooo have a personal life tucked into this Pammyland persona and it’s gonna be humming—soon! Here’s the latest taken from my very own  Facebook Page. Like Oh MY God!!! You will NOT believe what my precious daughter-not-o-my-womb has done now in support of me and Call me J! A few days ago Trish Patrie, my wondrous editor for T.E.S Agency pm’d me to give me the heads up–Ellen is looking for THE best in books. That was it for our Jennifer..She spent the ENTIRE weekend crafting two letters.. One for the production team -set within the cover of th…e first book she mailed..detailing the amazing reviews Call me J has received from anyone who has read it thus far..and why they should pass this book on the Ellen.. The SECOND was a letter directly to Ellen–with an impassioned plea to read my story (which she put detail by detail in the letter–oh, my!) and then read Call me J..THAT second book was a personal copy for the star..Is that not an awesome thing to gift me with, everyone??? Jennifer…Since the very beginning, you have been the most incredible support– Day by day you have been by my side in […]

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Fabulous Book Review!!!

OMGosh!! This review in today for Call me J from my dear friend, Tim from Missouri.THANK YOU VERRYY MUCH TIM!! ~~~~~~I’ve always been known as a voracious reader. Now, granted, many of the books I’ve read have poured through me like so much water in a pond. But some really stick with me. Call Me J is one of those books. Pamela Lee tells her tale with such honesty and aplomb that you can’t help to get sucked in, and actually CARE about the wonderful, messed up, ultimately hu…man characters described in her book. The writing is wonderfully off-the-cuff and has a bare knuckles approach that at times makes you cry, laugh, wince and groan, sometimes all at the same time. It’s the beginning tale of a life well lived but nowhere near finished. This is one book that I didn’t want to devour immediately. I read it slowly, deliberately and savored every word and character. The fact that these are all real people, actual living souls makes this work so much more satisfying. It will stay with me for a very long time… Timothy Barrett-Ford

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