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Pamela Morris

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Born in New Mexico, current New Yorker, future Texan.

Murder-Mystery, Horror, Erotica, and Children's book author. (what a combo, eh?) Inspired by the likes of Carolyn Keene, Tanith Lee, Shirley Jackson, Rod Serling, Anne Rice & Stephen King.

Beyond her work as an author, Pamela loves to read on her back deck during hot summer days, expand her skills at Tex-Mex cooking, and create art.
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Pamela Morris I don't FORCE myself to write X-number of words a day. I have a goal I try to reach on the weekends and another goal for during the week and if I don'…moreI don't FORCE myself to write X-number of words a day. I have a goal I try to reach on the weekends and another goal for during the week and if I don't make them, I don't stress about it. I let the characters come to me when they are ready. I may not write anything for months, then suddenly, I'll write a lot for another month. (less)
Pamela Morris Hearing people say they were up until 1am reading or that they had to stop reading one of my books at night. Knowing I've done a good job at recreatin…moreHearing people say they were up until 1am reading or that they had to stop reading one of my books at night. Knowing I've done a good job at recreating the images, dialogues, and characters that I have in my head for others to enjoy. (less)
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Is Evans City Cemetery Haunted?

Because it's September & time to start sharing spooky\scary things - I thought now would be perfect timing to finally put this out there & share the last footage I took at Evans City Cemetery last weekend.
Is Evans City Cemetery Haunted? You tell me!

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I couldn't finish the last Koontz title I tried to read, but as I've enjoyed a couple of his other books well enough before that, I plug on and I'm so glad I went for Tick Tock next.

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Anyone who knows me well enough, knows how seldom I give 5-stars to anything I read but WOW - Sticks & Stones was really amazing.

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A quick, easy, and fast-paced read. Jay Bower has done a great job with the first installment of his Dead Blood series and he left us with a big cliffhanger at the end. Will definitely be checking out Book Two.

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“The Story Of Your Life: The world and everyone you meet will not revolve around you. You're not always going to get what you want. You are going to make compromises every single day. You're going to get smacked down a time or two, or three, or fifty. Throwing tantrums, sitting in the corner pouting and crying over what you didn't get that you wanted isn't going to help you get it. Likewise, pissing and moaning to other people about it all being so unfair. We're all in the same boat, my friends. You can chose to sit in the corner and sulk your life away, crying about the unfairness of it all, bemoaning how everyone is making you miserable, or you can do just the opposite. You can stand up and BE GRATEFUL for everything you do have. You can look back and see how many obstacles you've already overcome, realizing that with each conquest you've become a stronger person. You can realize that your happiness is not and should never be dependent on other people. None of us is going to get out of this Story alive, dear reader. Make the best of the time you have. Make a positive difference. Make your own happily ever after.”
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“Horror writers shouldn't play nice. Disturb & unnerve your reader. Make them uncomfortable, but not so much they stop reading.”
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“No person, relationship, or religion should complete you. They can enhance whatever is already there, but completion of the self comes from within, not from anything beyond that.”
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“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
Oscar Wilde

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
Mahatma Gandhi

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
Martin Luther King Jr., A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

“No person, relationship, or religion should complete you. They can enhance whatever is already there, but completion of the self comes from within, not from anything beyond that.”
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“Every great novel begins with a single word. One word, followed by another and another and another. Sentences forming paths to that dream.”
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