At the age of six, Pamela woke from a nightmare sparked from an argument with a childhood friend. She slipped from her blankets, sat by moonlight, and wrote an apology. The childish words on paper seemed to cast light through the darkness.
Pamela writes for pleasure in the evening. Her poetry and short stories can be found in various literary magazines, such as Ping Pong, Thrush, and other journals. During the day, she works for a law firm where a family of feral felines run wild on the property. Pamela assisted in a trap-neuter-return program several years ago, and as a result of the program, the sophisticated felines live in peace outside her office window.
Her law firm is the only law firm in town with a cat house. She is currently working on stories which incorporate her experiences with feral animals, some funny, some heartbreaking. She is also working on a story concerning the 'Festival of Beasts’ antagonist, who aroused moral distaste and contempt, a character with a fascinating past.