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Pam Robertson

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Pam Robertson is an international best-selling author and an inspiring guide. She started writing seriously when her grade six teacher asked her to be a ghostwriter for a story, though it was many years later that she hit the best-seller list and took to creating great stories seriously. Pam has been part of several best-sellers and over 200 works including short stories, books, articles, and educational curriculum.

In her previous roles as career artist and mentor, Pam has worked with people from all walks of life and backgrounds; literally from A-Z...accountants to zoo-keepers, in their teens to their sixties. Her work has been implemented around the world, and in particular Canada, the United Kingdom, and United States. She continues to
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he was no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring, because yesterday had brought it.
This is something that I have discovered over the years to be peculiarly true. Sometimes when terrible things happen to you, it can actually be kind of a relief, because you’re no longer tensing yourself and wondering, “Well what would happen if this terrible thing happened? I hope this terrible thing doesn’t happen.” And then one day you wake up and you’ve lost a job or whatever, and you think, “Oh, okay good. I’ve lost my job. I don’t need to worry about that anymore.” So, I was looking at beginning the story with Shadow in prison. He’s watching everything a little bit warily, and you will ...more
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“Tell him that we have fucking reprogrammed reality. Tell him that language is a virus and that religion is an operating system and that prayers are just so much fucking spam.
There’s something for me that is gloriously 1999 about this rant and I’m pleased that it is still recognizable now. I’m pleased we still have the word “spam” to talk about spam in some ways, because one worries. There are lines in American Gods that are almost lost to history at this point―words that were written only twenty years ago―because the world has changed so much. Actually, this little paragraph with the Technical Boy does feel more appropriate now, even though the Technical Boy himself is no longer living in somebody’s basement and incredibly proud of himself for having figured ...more
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Love this colourful, beautiful illustrated, and empowering workbook!
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