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 - 2 days 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 - 24 days 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!
PamWeaverOfficial - one month ago
I've had an amazing morning with the ladies who go to Smithy Cottage coffee mornings. About 35 squeezed into the sitting room and after giving a talk, we had a fascinating chat when several of them shared their memories. I LOVE hearing other people's stories and I hope I shared enough with them for them to follow their own dreams. Great time!
PamWeaverOfficial - 2 months ago
In trouble again! A lady came up to me yesterday saying, 'Oh you! I was up till 3.45am last night reading Love Walked Right In. I couldn't put it down'
Ha, ha... way to go!
Yesterday I had a book launch in Waterstones Worthing for Love Walked Right In. It was a lovely evening. The wine and orange juice flowed as I read a couple of passages. Lots of books sold too!
The book is officially out today. Look for it in WHSmiths, Sainsbury's, Asda and book shops or visit Amazon.
Now I'm putting the finishing touches to the first draft of the one coming out next year!
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