Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes award-winning, bestselling mysterious women’s fiction and relationship humor nonfiction, and holds nothing back.
She is a former Human Resources executive and employment attorney who lives with her husband and several of their young adult offspring, plus 200 pounds of pets in Houston, but their hearts are still in St. Croix, USVI.
She has many books with SkipJack Publishing:
She is also one of the authors of Easy To Love, But Hard To Raise (and the upcoming Easy To Love, But Hard To Teach) from DRT Press, Ghosts! and OMG – That Woman from Aakenbaaken & Kent, and Prevent Workplace Harassment from the former Prentice Hall.
She won Romance in the 2010 Writers’ League of Texas Manuscript Competition for Saving Grace (fka Leaving Annalise), and she also won both Mainstream Fiction (2010, 2011 and 2012) and Narrative Non-fiction (2012) in the Houston Writers’ Guild’s Manuscript Competitions for Missing Harmony (novel fka Conceding Grace) and How To Screw Up Your Kids (nonfiction book). She won the 2012 Ghost Story Contest with HWG for “The Jumbie House,” an adapted excerpt from Saving Grace; it appears in Ghosts!, as well. She also won one top award and two finalist awards in the 2012 USA Best Book Awards, for How to Screw Up Your Kids (1st in Parenting/Divorce/Family), Puppalicious and Beyond (Finalist in Nonfiction: Narrative), and Hot Flashes and Half Ironmans (Women’s Health).
She writes incessantly on her blog, too. Here’s a few of her most recent post headlines:
To view Pamela in the Media:
Natural Health and Wellness Radio Show
Catch Pamela’s author pages:
Her own: http://PamelaHutchins.com