Pamela Raleigh spent enough time in a classroom with pre-teens and teenagers with
fluctuating moods to learn the power of storytelling. As a middle school English teacher, sharing personal stories and discussing interpretations of written stories led to stronger connections with her students. She still believes stories remain virtual connecting rods to both strangers and friends. Pamela took her love for teaching stories and transferred it to writing them.
Her women’s fiction novel Sandshell Island debuted in June 2020. The writing bug embedded itself, and Finding Davy is her newest book. Several of her flash fiction stories have been published in Flash Fiction Daily’s 101Words.org.
Pamela describes her writing as hopeful stories of daily struggles. From her home in
Florida, she views endless water and abundant sunshine, a perfect combination to support
optimism. If she’s not writing, she’s reading. Women’s fiction is always a top choice, alongside inspirational fiction, thrillers, and mysteries. A contributor to Bardsy (a website that educates and fosters a sense of community for writers of all levels), she continues to dabble with writing education.
She lives in Florida with her husband and enjoys the requisite Florida lifestyle—boating,
beaching, and biking. When she can spend time with her daughters and their families, it’s icing on the cake of a fulfilling life.
Connect with her at pamelaraleigh.com. You can also find her on Facebook
@PamelaRaleighauthor and Twitter @PamelaRaleighwrites.