Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes award-winning mysterious women’s fiction and relationship humor books, and holds nothing back.
Her books are available online and off from SkipJack Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Hastings & many other fine retailers. If a store or library doesn’t carry her books, ask that they be ordered for you.
Saving Grace (Katie and Annalise Series) fka Leaving Annalise, release date November 2012, winner of Writers’ League of Texas 2010 MS Contest, Romance; 2nd place in Houston Writers’ Guild 2010 MS Contest, Romance
Hot Flashes And Half Ironmans Middle-aged endurance athletics meets the hormonally challenged <– my bestseller!
How To Screw Up Your Kids Blended families, blendered style with the Human Resources Mom (bad) <–Winner of the 2012 Houston Writers Guild Nonfiction Manuscript Contest!
Love Gone Viral Couples who make you wanna puke, and how to be part of one, with the HR Wife (worse), especially for 2nd+ partnerships <– 2nd Place in the 2012 Houston Writers Guild Nonfiction Manuscript Contest!
Puppalicious And Beyond Life outside the center of the human universe <– adapted excerpt won top ”Ghost Story” in the 2012 HWG contest!
The Clark Kent Chronicles A mother’s tale of life with her ADHD and Asperger’s son <– I frame every letter I get from people writing to tell me this book changed their life
Easy to Love but Hard to Raise: Real Parents, Challenging Kids, True Stories Anthology about special needs parenting, from DRT Press
Ghosts! Anthology of ghost stories from Aakenbaaken & Kent
Prevent Workplace Harassment The HR Consultant makes an appearance (good), from Prentice Hall
Coming soon from SkipJack:
Leaving Annalise: April 2013, adapted excerpt “The Jumbie House” won the HWG “Ghost Story” contest and will appear in an upcoming anthology
Missing Harmony: November 2013, winner of Houston Writers’ Guild 2012 MS Contest, Mainstream Fiction under former name, Conceding Grace
Going for Kona: 2014, my favorite book I’ve ever written
Links to professional articles:
Mohammed,_You_Too_Are_My_Brother: post 9/11 article about preventing race, religion, and national origin harassment, discrimination, and retaliation against Arabic and Muslim employees.