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Pamela Morsi
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An award winning novelist finding humor and honor in the stories of working class men and women since 1991.
An award winning novelist finding humor and honor in the stories of working class men and women since 1991.

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“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.” -Harper Lee

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Tom Walker, a jaded Rough Rider, has a past he’d like to put behind him. What he hopes to find ahead is a short-cut to big money and social status. Princess Calhoun, daughter of oil baron King Calhoun could be exactly what he’s looking for…

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I always wanted to be a writer but before this became my full-time job, I was a librarian. Here’s my story of how I became a writer: http://www.pamelamorsi.com/?page_id=55

“She loved weaving. Its rhythmic routine movements allowed her to enjoy the solitude, giving her imagination free rein to explore whatever strange and frivolous paths it might choose to take.” (From MARRYING STONE: http://amzn.to/1B9nnID)

What do you like to do to unwind and give your imagination free rein?

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Stevie Puckett, my narrator for the audio of WILD OATS, has shared some funny bloopers from her recordings of this book. I’ve posted one below and you can check out on the rest on her Soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/steviepuckett

WILD OATS is out in audio now: https://goo.gl/C5n2mo 

Did you know that the typical working genre writer is supposed to get something new out for sale every 90 days? So how do writers deal with this kind of pressure? It’s different for everyone, but here are my thoughts on the subject… http://www.pamelamorsi.com/?p=199 

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Look what’s out in audio! The seed for WILD OATS is that we sometimes find ourselves living a life we would never have chosen. Inheriting a profitable family business that just happens to be a mortuary seemed a great example of that. I tied this interior struggle to the strange historical truth that the Oklahoma Territory was for a time, the divorce capital of the U.S. I also love the match-up of the inexperienced man with the more knowledgeable woman. We don’t do that often enough in romance.

Get WILD OATS in audio now: https://goo.gl/C5n2mo
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Happy Memorial Day!
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Tuesday! How's your day going so far?

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"He stood staring into the darkness, trying without success not to think at all. He belonged to another woman, and Hattie belonged to another man. He asked himself how he could let her marry someone who would never understand her tender feelings." -COURTING MISS HATTIE 
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