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USA Today best-selling author Pamela Clare began her writing career as a columnist and investigative reporter and eventually became the first woman editor-in-chief of two different newspapers. Along the way, she and her team won numerous state and national honors, including the First Amendment Award and the National Journalism Award for Public Service. This year, she was honored by the Colorado Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists with their Keeper of the Flame Lifetime Achievement Award for her work. A single mother with two college-aged sons, she writes historical romance and contemporary romantic suspense within view of Colorado’s beautiful Rocky Mountains. She is a two-time RITA finalist (Surrender, Defiant) and a thre ...more




I was going to do a blog post about picking up the pieces of my life and the challenges involved in that — how what was once normal feels so strange, how hard it is to create a day when you’ve forgotten what it feels like to have things to do.

But a strange thing happens.

I started trying to pick up the pieces — and found myself living again.

I am doing much better than in my last blog post. Thou... Read more of this blog post »
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Kristin Yay Pamela! I'm glad you joined Good Reads! I think I had asked you if you had an account a couple weeks ago. This site is addictive...just so you know. I think I have like 15 more to add today, I am addicted to my Kindle. I've only had it a week and I've read like 10 books on it!

*hugs*

kristin




Bobbie  Crawford Hi Pamela! :)


Pamela Bobbie wrote: "Hi Pamela! :)"

Hi, Bobbie! How are you doing?


Pamela I have tons of books I haven't entered yet. I'm not sure I'll ever get to it. I can completely see how this site would be addictive to the true bibliophile. I've spent so much time reading posts already!

Hope your paper got off to press smoothly today. We're about to put the last page to bed.

Kristin wrote: "Yay Pamela! I'm glad you joined Good Reads! I think I had asked you if you had an account a couple weeks ago. This site is addictive...just so you know. I think I have like 15 more to add today, I ..."




Kristin Pamela wrote: "I have tons of books I haven't entered yet. I'm not sure I'll ever get to it. I can completely see how this site would be addictive to the true bibliophile. I've spent so much time reading posts al..."

Yes, paper went out on time last night. Unfortunately, I've been sick all week but had to be there yesterday. Playing hooky at home in bed today. Can't seem to shake my cold. Hope you're completely over your sickness!

K


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Beth Hi Pamela,
Thanks for befriending this fellow author on Goodreads!


Pamela Beth wrote: "Hi Pamela,
Thanks for befriending this fellow author on Goodreads!"


Thank you, Beth! I appreciate the friendship.


LaVerne Hi Pamela- Thank you for the friend request. I love your work. Enjoy the week.

LaVerne


Pamela Tamela wrote: "Hello and a wonderful Monday Morning to you, Pamela. Thanks so much for the friendship!"

Hi, Tamela — Thank you! I hope you had a wonderful Monday as well.


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Pamela LaVerne wrote: "Hi Pamela- Thank you for the friend request. I love your work. Enjoy the week.

LaVerne"


Hi, LaVerne — Thanks so much! I'm so happy to know you've enjoyed my stories. You enjoy the week, as well. And Happy Holidays!

Pamela


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Cheryl Thank you for the friendship invite. Oh too be buried in books is a great thing.


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Pamela Cheryl wrote: "Thank you for the friendship invite. Oh too be buried in books is a great thing."

Hi, Cheryl — Thanks for adding me! And, yes, it can be a good thing. But these are my own books, so... I still have a few copies I'm giving away if you're interested.


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Beth Hi Pamela,
Thanks for befriending this fellow author on Goodreads!
- Beth


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Pamela Beth wrote: "Hi Pamela,
Thanks for befriending this fellow author on Goodreads!
- Beth"


Thank you, Beth. :-)


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Jillian Thanks for the friend add, Pamela!


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Pamela Jillian wrote: "Thanks for the friend add, Pamela!"

Thank you, Jillian. :-)


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Pamela Hi Ms. Clare,

Thanks for accepting my invitation to be friends. I love your books :)


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Pamela Pamela wrote: "Hi Ms. Clare,

Thanks for accepting my invitation to be friends. I love your books :)"


Hi, Pamela. You're welcome. Thanks for adding me. I'm so happy to know you've enjoyed my stories. Do you have a favorite?


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Pamela Pamela wrote: "Pamela wrote: "Hi Ms. Clare,

Thanks for accepting my invitation to be friends. I love your books :)"

Hi, Pamela. You're welcome. Thanks for adding me. I'm so happy to know you've enjoyed my stor..."


So far, my favorite is "Ride the Fire."


message 20: by Pamela

Pamela Ah, RIDE THE FIRE. That's the one that nearly did me in. Truly, that book took everything I had and then some. I'm so glad you enjoyed it!

Pamela


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Dina Hi Pamela, thanks for the friend invite. I loved the McKinnon Rangers books, so I have to ask the million dollar question: when is Connor's book coming out? (I bet you've never heard that question before, LOL.)


message 22: by Pamela

Pamela Dina wrote: "Hi Pamela, thanks for the friend invite. I loved the McKinnon Rangers books, so I have to ask the million dollar question: when is Connor's book coming out? (I bet you've never heard that question ..."

Hi, Dina — Thanks for accepting. No, no one has expressed any interest in Connor's book. ;-)

OK, so I get an email about that every day. I'll be starting on his book in about a month and it will be out in January 2012. The long lag between them has to do with my switching publishers. Sorry about that!


message 23: by Dina

Dina Yes, yes, yessss! Connor is coming at last! *does happy dance* No need to apologize for the "delay", Pamela. I have your I-Team books to keep me entertained until then. Yes, I'm always late to the party. :)


 Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* Hi Pamela, Thank you for the friend request. And THANK YOU so much for that delicious "visual" in the epilogue of Hard Evidence!! ^_^ How could a hot-blooded woman not squee at that, right? I was reading that scene in bed last night, while my husband was playing PS3 in the lounge, and totally squeed loudly. He was like, "Are you okay??" LOL I've only read the first two of your I-Team books and am really enjoying them. I love Reece!! And it took me a bit longer, but now I love Julian, too!


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Pamela Lady Jayne wrote: "Hi Pamela, Thank you for the friend request. And THANK YOU so much for that delicious "visual" in the epilogue of Hard Evidence!! ^_^ How could a hot-blooded woman not squee at that, right? I was r..."

Hi, Lady Jane — I'm so glad you love Reece. Julian had a pretty dark past he needed to get beyond, so I'm glad you finally connected with him. You'll have to be even more patient with Marc in "Unlawful Contact." He has some surprises in store for you. LOL about the "squee" and your husband asking if you were okay. I would personally love to be sitting next to the I-Team girls on that lawn... *sigh*

And thanks for the friendship!


message 26: by Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* (last edited Oct 10, 2010 04:06PM)

 Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* Ooohhh...You have me intrigued about Marc now, Pamela! ^_^ I look forward to reading the rest of your books!

With Julian, that "breakthrough" scene with Tessa just had me in tears. It was so emotionally raw. I wanted so much for Julian to let Tessa in and allow himself to be enveloped in the TLC he needed so much. It was a great scene! How did you feel writing that scene?

P.S. I totally wanted to be on that lawn, too, appreciating the "scenery". ^_~


message 27: by Pamela

Pamela Lady Jayne wrote: "Ooohhh...You have me intrigued about Marc now, Pamela! ^_^ I look forward to reading the rest of your books!

With Julian, that "breakthrough" scene with Tessa just had me in tears. It was so emoti..."


I had been building toward that scene for a long time, so writing it was both satisfying and very wrenching. I knew it would cross the line for some readers, but it felt so REAL to me — his background, how it had shaped him, his sense of self-loathing. That scene contains some of what I think of as my best writing — I can't specifically say what without posting spoilers. But I ended up feeling catharsis almost as strongly as Julian did when it was finally done. And, yes, I was in tears, too.

I see you're an Aussie. Cool! I have some very good Australian friends and hope to visit one day before too long.


 Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* Pamela wrote: "I had been building toward that scene for a long time, so writing it was both satisfying and very wrenching. I knew it would cross the line for some readers, but it felt so REAL to me — his background, how it had shaped him, his sense of self-loathing. That scene contains some of what I think of as my best writing — I can't specifically say what without posting spoilers. But I ended up feeling catharsis almost as strongly as Julian did when it was finally done. And, yes, I was in tears, too."

Thanks so much for sharing that, Pamela. It really was an amazing scene! It felt very real, intense and raw, to me. And I thought it was very well done because it showed Julian's self-loathing perspective of himself, and also showed that what Julian perceived happened was not at all how Tessa saw it. I thought it was very well written. It wasn't until that moment that I truly understood why Julian had behaved the way he did and connected with him.

I'm actually half Malaysian and half British-Australian. I grew up in Malaysia and came to Australia to attend University, ended becoming a Permanent Resident and I now work for the Government in Legislation. So, that aspect of Extreme Exposure really interested me, as well as annoyed me - not because of your writing but because it had me thinking about work in my escape time! Noooo!! LOL

I hope you do get to visit Australia some day. I love it here. I was fortunate last year to visit San Francisco, New York and Germany and spent time with some great GR friends. It wouldn't have been the same without my hosts and local tour guides. ^_^


message 29: by Pamela

Pamela What a culturally rich background you have! And an interesting job.

My family is Scottish, Irish, English, Portuguese and Cherokee. My English ancestors arrived in 1610 in Jamestown on the second group of ships to land there from England.

I'm so glad that scene helped you connect with Julian. If you read the Amazon reviews, you'll read one from a woman who calls him a rapist and a "total disaster," I believe. That prompted a discussion on my blog, and it wasn't until that discussion that it dawned on me how critical that scene is to the story. It really makes the book, in my opinion, because it frees Julian from his past and opens up possibilities for him and for Tessa that weren't there before. We explored other options for that scene in our discussion. The results were very interesting, I thought. Here's the link: http://pamelaclare.blogspot.com/2010/...

Extreme Exposure... Well, all of these books have thinking about work because this is what I do. And all of the books are based on real investigations, that one more so than most.

I saw some of your comments about it, and, yes, before a bill is passed, even citizens can push for changes to the language. I wrote a bill this past spring that eventually passed and made it illegal for pregnant inmates to be shackled during labor and childbirth. I wrote it, took it to a senator, and we got it through. But the number of times we had to sit down and fight about the language, editing as we went... Pain in the bum.

I've never been to San Francisco, so you're ahead of me. I've traveled a lot in Europe, but not much in the U.S. and never to the Southern Hemisphere. If you're ever in Colorado, let me know. :-)


message 30: by Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* (last edited Oct 10, 2010 09:40PM)

 Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* Your cultural background sounds equally rich and diverse, Pamela! ^_^

Thanks for the link to your blog and that discussion. I’ll have to read it later and look forward to exploring the site.

For me, that was THE pivotal scene and “breakthrough” moment in Julian and Tessa’s relationship (and my feelings towards Julian). I completely agree with you that it "makes the book", and for me, was a soul shattering, and healing, moment for Julian. THANK YOU for being brave to write such a powerful scene, Pamela!

And I think you handled the consent issue very well. I had no doubt to Tessa’s consent. It was quite clear in her body language and in what she said afterwards. It was Julian’s own perspective, because of his dark past, self-loathing, and how he carries so much guilt with him (for everything), which made him see what occurred in such a negative light. This was in complete contrast to Tessa’s perspective. Despite his guilt, for me, Julian had no intent to hurt Tessa because even in that moment of loss of self-control, he did not hurt her, and from what I recollect was still conscious not to. It was just an extremely intense and raw moment. He was no longer distant in that moment, which is what I had been feeling about him. As you say, it freed him from his past and opened him up to the possibilities with Tessa.

While I "complained" about being reminded of work in my escape reading, I actually did find reading about the legislative aspects in Extreme Exposure interesting. Thanks so much for that explanation about the bill process there. I was going to ask you that but didn’t want to bombard you with questions on first acquaintance. LOL

BRAVO on all your hard work in getting that bill on making it illegal for pregnant inmates to be shackled during labor and childbirth!!! That’s great! Yes, the wording/language can be a pain in the bum but is essential for statutory interpretation and ensuring the wording in the legislation matches the policy intent. Too often we have had to amend legislation because the intent/wording has not been clear, or we find the process established is not working well in practice.

Because you piqued my interest in comparing the legislative process here and in Colorado, I did some research and found the Colorado Legislative Drafting Manual:

http://www.state.co.us/gov_dir/leg_di...

Of course, I have not read this 585 page document since I was more interested in going straight to Hard Evidence. LOL Who could blame me, right? Did you use of this manual to assist you in drafting your “pregnant inmates” bill or did the Senator who sponsored your bill consult with the Office of Legislative Legal Services? I do recall Senator Reece Sheridan contacting “Legislative Legal” a number of times in Extreme Exposure. I’m thinking that “Legislative Legal” may be comparable to our Office of Parliamentary Counsel. Though it seems that here, the legislation must be drafted by our Office of Parliamentary Counsel (PC), and the draft legislation can be open to public consultation with Cabinet’s approval (for Govt's bills, obviously), but the ultimate wording is the responsibility of PC (though some form of consultation with relevant stakeholders is necessary). That’s not the case there? I hope I’m not bothering with you with my questions! Thanks for chatting with me.

If you are ever in Adelaide, South Australia (though most people go to Sydney when they go Down Under), please do let me know, too! ^_^


message 31: by Pamela

Pamela I think your PC is very similar to our Legislative Legal Services. They're a bunch of attorneys whose job it is to know state statutes and then to assist lawmakers with the wording of their bills. They have to research the legal definition of each word and know if there are other laws that conflict with any aspect of a proposed bill.

We had a very patient woman assisting us with the shackling bill. I wrote the first draft. Then she took it and transformed two pages into about 11 pages. I don't know how she did her job, especially when the arguing began. People opposed to the law stepped forward and there was lots of closed-door wrangling, not all of it polite.

I don't feel bombarded at all. I enjoy chatting. :-)

By the way, I've certainly never read the Colorado Drafting Manual. I probably never will.

If you read UNLAWFUL CONTACT, you'll see where the shackling bill came from.

I will keep Adelaide in mind for my Australia travels. So far a friend in Perth, Australia Zoo, and Anna Campbell's home are on my list.


message 32: by Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* (last edited Oct 10, 2010 10:01PM)

 Lady Jayne *~*The Beach Bandida*~* Yes, from what you've said about the function of Legislative Legal Services, it is exactly like our Parliamentary Counsel. Thanks for clarifying that!

One of my roles in the Legislation Section is to provide the instructions to Parliamentary Counsel on proposed amendments to legislation and explain the policy intent behind it. PC drafts the wording in the legislation and advises us whether something needs to be better defined, if other consequential amendments are necessary, or if it is conflict with other laws or is ultra vires (outside the scope of legislative power, for constitutional reasons etc.).

Most people consider Adelaide boring (it's a small city) but we have the beaches to the east, the hills to our west, and wine regions to the south and north, all within about an hour or so from the city. I think that's pretty great! Having grown up on a small island off the coast of North Borneo, this small city is big enough for me! ^_^

I’ve already bought Unlawful Contact and Naked Edge and will be reading them soon-ish! ^_^

Thanks again! I’ve enjoyed chatting with you and look forward to more chats! ^_^


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Ally72 Thank-you for the friend invite! As you know, I LOVE your books and it will be fun talking about other favorites too!


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Pamela Ally wrote: "Thank-you for the friend invite! As you know, I LOVE your books and it will be fun talking about other favorites too!"

Hi, Ally — Thanks for accepting the invite! I looking forward to fun chats. What are your favorite romance subgenres? For me, it's mostly historicals.


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Ridley http://www.questionablecontent.net/vi...

The woman in the middle of the comic is his mom. Naturally, I thought of you and the first I-Team book.


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Pamela Ridley wrote: "http://www.questionablecontent.net/vi...

The woman in the middle of the comic is his mom. Naturally, I thought of you and the first I-Team book."


Ridley, that's awesome! I don't have a photo of my son with the "jiggle stick," but he has the memory and the knowledge now of what it really was. LOL!


Maldivianbookreviewer Happy New Year Pamela! ^_^
May Breaking Point be released soon!! ^_~


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Pamela Thanks! The release of the book is exactly four months from tomorrow! :-)


Maldivianbookreviewer Pamela wrote: "Ridley, that's awesome! I don't have a photo of my son with the "jiggle stick," but he has the memory and the knowledge now of what it really was. LOL! "

So that really happened to you? ^_^


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Pamela Maldivianbookreviewer wrote: "Pamela wrote: "Ridley, that's awesome! I don't have a photo of my son with the "jiggle stick," but he has the memory and the knowledge now of what it really was. LOL! "

So that really happened to ..."


Oh, yes. In fact, "jiggle stick" is the term my little boy used. He created it, and it became a big joke with my coworkers at the paper. Later, I put it in EXTREME EXPOSURE, must to the amusement of my staff from that time.


Maldivianbookreviewer LMAO!!

That makes it even funnier! ^_^
That was one of the best scenes in the book. Wonder what else appeared in the book from REAL experiences in your life ^_~


message 42: by Pamela

Pamela Quite a bit, actually, including the drunken, foul-mouthed scene at The Rio. :-/

Yeah, that was embarrassing.


Maldivianbookreviewer Pamela wrote: "Quite a bit, actually, including the drunken, foul-mouthed scene at The Rio. :-/

Yeah, that was embarrassing."


LOL! Really?? ^_^

I should re-read then! And see the book in a whole new light! ^_~


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Lisa Alexander-Griffin Thanks for the friendship, Pam! :)


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Amy Thanks for the Goodreads add too, Pamela! =)

I added Naked Edge to my favorites shelf here. Kat and Gabe's story will always live on in my heart =)


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Rhonda Pamela, I'm reading Surrender. OMG, I can't tell you how much I already love this book 1/3 of the way in. I've gotta put it up for the night, my heart can't take anymore right now.


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Pamela Rhonda wrote: "Pamela, I'm reading Surrender. OMG, I can't tell you how much I already love this book 1/3 of the way in. I've gotta put it up for the night, my heart can't take anymore right now."

Fun timing! I'm just finishing the prologue for Connor's book. I need to stop and go to bed, too. :-)

I'm so glad you're enjoying it.


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Alyssa Happy Birthday!


message 49: by Pamela

Pamela Alyssa (Hesperia) wrote: "Happy Birthday!"

Thank you, Alyssa!


message 50: by Pamela

Pamela Just to let you all know, I'm giving away an advanced review copy of BREAKING POINT over on Maya Banks's Facebook page today in honor of the release of her new book, HIDDEN AWAY. Stop by, comment and be entered to win!

http://www.facebook.com/pamela.clare#...


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