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Pam Bachorz grew up in a small town in the Adirondack foothills, where she participated in every possible performance group and assiduously avoided any threat of athletic activity, unless it involved wearing sequined headpieces and treading water. With a little persuasion she will belt out tunes from "The Music Man" and "The Fantasticks", but she knows better than to play cello in public anymore. Pam attended college in Boston and finally decided she was finished after earning four degrees: a BS in Journalism, a BA in Environmental Science, a Masters in Library Science and an MBA. Her mother is not happy that Pam's degrees are stored under her bed.

Pam, who lived in Florida when she wrote CANDOR, currently lives just outside Washington, DC w
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Goals and why this blog ain't one of them (for now)

Every January, I make a big old cup of coffee and sit down to write my goals. I begin by evaluating the previous year, and then I outline what I want to accomplish in the coming year. 


I won't lie. 2013 wasn't the easiest year for me, as a writer. Moving to a new city is totally disruptive, no matter how organized you try to be. Throw in a couple of personal and professional surprises, and I'm just

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“But I can’t leave, not yet. I’ll stay with her until sunrise. If I brace my feet, I won’t slide. I can rest my cheek on the roof tile and still see her. Pacing. Pulling her hair.

“I’ll fix you,” I tell her. “I promise.”

Even though I don’t know how.
It’s better than good-bye.”
Pam Bachorz, Candor
tags: nia, oscar

“It’s disgusting. They melted my girl down and poured her into their mold. And this perversion is what she cooled into. I can’t be near her. Can’t see her, smell her, hear her voice chirping like a bird.

I tell her the same thing I’ve been whispering every night on the roof. “I’m sorry. It’s my fault.”
Pam Bachorz, Candor
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“In a few minutes nobody will know what I did. Everything will be perfect again. Except for my life.

[Oscar Banks]”
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Francisco I'm proud to be your Goodreads friend!


Jessica you should make a second book for drought


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