Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes award-winning, best-selling  romantic mystery/suspense and hilarious nonfiction, and holds nothing back.

She is known for “having it all” which really means she has a little too much of everything, but loves it: writer, mediocre endurance athlete (triathlon, marathons), wife, mom of an ADHD & Asperger’s son, five kids/step-kids, business owner, recovering employment attorney and human resources executive, investigator, coach/consultant, Chair of the Board of Houston Writers Guild, speaker, and musician.

If you like Josie Brown or Janet Evanovich for fiction or Erma Bombeck for nonfiction, you are going to love Pamela.

Pamela is the winner of many writing competitions, including:

2010 Winner of the Writers League of Texas Romance Contest

2011 Winner of the Houston Writers Guild Novel Contest

2012 Winner of USA Best Books Parenting/Divorce

2012 Winner of the Houston Writers Guild Ghost Story Contest

2013 USA Best Books Business/Publishing

2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarterfinalist

2014 USA Best Books Fiction/Cross Genre

Pamela lives with her husband Eric (himself a former owner of an indie bookstore) and several of their young adult kids plus four dogs, two ducks, four goats, and one heifer, in Houston and Nowheresville, TX. Their hearts are still in St. Croix, USVI.

Pamela’s author pages:

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/author/pamelafaganhutchins

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/pamelafaganhutchins

41 Responses to About

  1. […] Many of us keep our pets close at hand.  We vary as to music/sound/quiet. Check out my “About Pamela Hutchins and Road to Joy” page for pictures of my pets camped out in my two favorite writing spaces.  Oh, I admit […]

  2. […] month for an hourly fee  — a large hourly fee, which technically makes me a paid writer.  My day job as an attorney/consultant who conducts and reports on employment law issues is far more lucrative than I ever expect my […]

  3. […] Well I guess this makes me a somebody (not).  But, I do win stuff.  And that’s always good. […]

  4. I am pleased to announce the launch of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s newest online Resource Center: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder!

    The ADHD Resource Center includes relevant Facts for Families, video clips, up-to-date research, assessment tools and more. This is the ninth resource center available to parents, families, clinicians, and the general public on our website, http://www.aacap.org.

    Please visit http://www.aacap.org/cs/ADHD.ResourceCenter to access the ADHD Resource Center.

  5. Java says:

    Hi Pamela!

    Thanks for stopping by the Over 40 Bloggers I added your blog to the list!!

    Thanks for joining the party!

    Talk about being the bomb!! LOVE your blog! I’ve been reading it for over an hour! I am so excited you found me because now I have found you!!!

    Be sure to come by tomorrow for the Follow Friday 40 and Over Blog Hop!

    Have a great day!!
    Java

  6. […] Pamela and her Road to Joy […]

  7. Laura says:

    So, as you were poking around my blog, leaving a few comments, I was poking around yours, being the total creep-o who doesn’t comment. :) I clicked over after I saw your follow in Twitter.

    Then I got your comment notification via email. Um, so, yeah, here’s me, trying NOT to be creepy, saying hello. :) Nothing better than meeting a smart girl actively working at NOT working in law.

    Nice to meet you!

  8. lynn hahn says:

    Thanks for dropping by my blog. You are one busy woman! I am ADHD. My son is ADD. He escaped the hyper part lucky man. My slight OCD tendencies have saved my butt! My doctor says I have a perfect blend of issues lol

  9. Reem says:

    Hi Pamela,
    I am a journalism student at NYU and am writing my final piece on ADHD medications. I need to speak to a parent on a child who is on meds. Does your son take them? If so could I ask you a few questions about it?
    Thanks!
    Reem

  10. Alexandra says:

    I love having met you. I’ve been here, at your blog, for the past 25 mins.

    I met you through an emergency email alert from erin margolin re posting to blogher. By accident.

    And I had to meet the woman who is in the dork at the keyboard sisterhood like me.

    I ALSO PUBLISHED ON BLOGHER WHEN RITA ASKED ME TO SYNDICATE.

    Doh.

    So, you were primed for instant love right there.
    And, now, going over your old posts?

    Oh, yeah, I’m subscribing.

    Beyond lovely to meet you. You have a definite style that I can see easily coming across into books.

    I’m on the same writer’s road: right now, in a writer’s group, and an online class, and writing everyday.

    To get the story down.

    Lovely to know you.

    • Pamela says:

      I am so looking forward to getting out to and indulging in reading in your blog! And relieved that Erin hooked me up with you rather than some techno guru who looked down their nose at tsked at my idiocy!

  11. thelisas says:

    hey there! thelisas are updating our website and we’ve linked your fun blog (yes, we’re real…unless we’re bot – get it? ahahaha!)

  12. Eric says:

    Love the new look!

  13. Nice, clean and your beautiful pic – what else does a writer need on her home page??? Looks good!

  14. Terri Sonoda says:

    Nice page, Pamela. Beautiful picture of you~

  15. […] Pamela Fagan Hutchins is a writer and middle-aged endurance athlete living in Houston, TX with her husband the youngest two of their five kids, all of whom are faster than she is. She is the author of Hot Flashes And Half Ironmans, How To Screw Up Your Kids, Love Gone Viral , Puppalicious and Beyond, and The Clark Kent Chronicles. […]

  16. […] Pamela Fagan Hutchins – she writes award-winning fiction and nonfiction about “having it all” from the position of having a little too much of everything, and loving it: writer, mediocre endurance athlete (triathlon, marathons), wife, mom of an ADHD & Asperger’s son, five kids/step-kids, business owner, recovering employment attorney and human resources executive, investigator, consultant, and musician. […]

  17. Ramona says:

    Loved your books. Read all 3 in 3 days. I loved reading about places we love( St Thomas is our favorite place to be). And we live in Cleburne!! Small world. Thank you for the sleepless nights!! LOL

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