Pam Weaver is a bestselling author of saga novels set in Worthing, including There's Always Tomorrow, Better Days Will Come, Pack Up Your Troubles, For Better For Worse, Blue Moon and Love Walked Right In. Pam's inspiration comes from her love of people and their stories and her passion for the town where her novels are set. She is married with two grown-up daughters and lives in Worthing.
PamWeaverOfficial - 3 months ago
For those who can't wait for a book, keep an eye out for Woman's Weekly Fiction MARCH 2017. My story The Powder Room Pilferer is on page 60 and is a nice long read. With 19 other stories as well, it's good value for money too! (Price £1.99)
PamWeaverOfficial - 4 months ago
My new book Always in my heart is now available to pre-order. It will be released on June 15th 2017.
I have set this book in Angmering in1939. When war is declared, twins Shirley and Tom are almost fifteen. They are very close to their mother, but she has TB and must go to a sanatorium. Shirley and Tom are evacuated. Tom is sometimes slow to understand the world around him but Shirley helps him get by and is his best friend and ally.
The twins are taken in by a local farmer, but their new home quickly proves to be far from a rural dream. Tom is forced to do back-breaking work and to sleep in an outhouse which is far from ideal. Even the farmer's wife who is heavily pregnant, seems to be living in fear of her husband and there’s a big question mark over what actually happened to his first wife who drowned in the local pond.
Look out for mystery tears and laughter.
PamWeaverOfficial - 6 months ago
Amy's Wartime Christmas is number 2 in the short stories list on Amazon! Hurrah.
For those of you who keep telling me to write quicker... my next book Always In My Heart will be published on June15th 2017. That's a little earlier than previous years, so I am listening!!
PamWeaverOfficial - 7 months ago
Tomorrow is the big day. My novella Amy's Christmas Wish is published as an ebook. Amy has appeared in Woman's Weekly several times. She's a police woman seconded to Worthing during the war when the manpower shortage was acute because all able-bodied men were being called up for the final big push. She works for a sergeant who thinks she's only good for making the tea but when he's not loking, she busy solving the crime. She'll make you smile and she'll amaze you with her cleverness. Buy on Amazon and enjoy!
PamWeaverOfficial - 8 months ago
When I saw someone trying to find a good book in WH Smith's today, I suggested she might try Love Walked Right In. She wasn't too keen to read a book set in Worthing but said she might give it a try. I hope she enjoys it!
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