Welcome Back, Pam Desmond Wright!
Pamela: I grew up playing in an authentic log cabin on my grandparent’s farm. It was wonderful, complete with a woodburning stove! I love everything old-fashioned, like oil burning lamps, a crackling fire, and simple pass-times like needlepoint.
LM: What was your inspiration for the story?
Pamela: I really can’t say what inspired it, just that like so many of my stories it just popped into my mind and I knew I had to write it.
LM: What sort of research did you have to do for this particular book?
Pamela: Since I am in Texas I do a lot of research online, through Google. Many of my readers are
LM: You were a prolific writer in the 1990s, then took a break and came back to the industry in 2013. How are things different in publishing? The same?
Pamela: It is pretty much the same. Deadlines and delivery dates rule a writer’s schedule.
LM: How do you decide your characters’ names, what they look like, and their jobs?
Pamela: I love looking for unusual names and once I have a name, I can “see” what they look like in my mind.
LM: What is your favorite part of the writing process?
Pamela: Really disappearing into the story so much that I forget the outside world.
LM: You’ve accomplished quite a lot. What is one thing you wish you knew how to do?
LM: What is your next project?
Pamela: I am presently working on the second book in my Texas Amish Brides series. This is the sequel to The Cowboy’s Amish Haven and is Rebecca’s story.
LM: Where can folks find you on the web?
Pamela: http:// www.pameladesmondwright.com
About Finding Her Amish Home:
What she wants more than anything Could also be the most dangerous… After her twin sister’s death, Maddie Baum flees to Wisconsin Amish country with her nephew in tow in the hopes of protecting him from his criminal father. Befriending Amish shopkeeper Abram Mueller gives her a glimpse of the happiness she’s been yearning for all along. Can she find a fresh start with Abram—or will old sins tear them apart?
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