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Pam Ketter Browning
  • Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • United States
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Check out my website at www.pamelabrowning.com

You can order all four books of my Keeping Secrets series on Amazon at www.amazon.com for Kindle, and at www.barnesandnoble.com for Nook. Bargain prices, and updated for the digital age.

I have 17 books available on the Harlequin Books site. Click here to see: http://www.harlequin.com/catalogsearch.html?keyword=pamela+browning...

Follow me on Twitter - www.twitter.com/PamelaJBrowning

Friend me on Facebook - www.facebook.com/pamelabrowning.author

I hope to see you there!

I'm still writing books - about 50 at last count. I'm also an editor and a teacher, most recently in Florida Atlantic University's Lifelong Learning Program. I lecture on cruises, too. PBHS friends and classmates - I'd love to hear from you! I have many fond memories of my years at Palm Beach High. I've posted some pictures here, but for privacy reasons, I only allow "friends" to view most of them, so "friend" me and you're in!

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This is the bio from my website. Visit me at www.pamelabrowning.com
ABOUT PAMELA BROWNING

Pamela Browning is the award-winning author of books for adults and children. She has been published by Silhouette, Harlequin, Mills & Boon, and Berkley as well as by various international publishers, including Mondadori in Italy and Cora Verlag in Germany. Her books are sold in 90 countries and have been translated into 21 languages.

Many of Pamela Browning's books have been listed on the B. Dalton and Waldenbooks bestseller lists, and they consistently win high ratings from reviewers. Her book The Mommy Wish won a 2005 Reviewer's Choice Award from Romantic Times magazine, and she has won the Georgia Romance Writers' Maggie as well as many first-place awards for her adult and juvenile novels in the annual National Federation of Press Women contest.

Her short stories and articles have appeared in Highlights for Children, Child Life, The Writer, and other national publications. Ms. Browning has been a frequent speaker at Harlequin publicity events and, at the invitation of Mondadori, she spoke at a luncheon for 500 at the Excelsior Hotel in Rome, Italy. She has been featured on regional television and radio shows, such as The Carol Saline Show in Philadelphia, and in a nationally aired segment of PM Magazine, a TV magazine.

In The People's Republic of China, when she was a member of the first cultural delegation from the United States sponsored by the Shanghai Women's Federation, she addressed women's groups as well as university classes about the art and craft of writing. She has taught in writing workshops and conferences, including several Romance Writers of America national and regional conferences, Francis Marion University Writers Conference, the Southeastern Writers Conference, Carolina Romance Writers, and Georgia Romance Writers' Moonlight and Magnolias.

Pamela Browning is a charter member of Romance Writers of America and a twelve-year award-winning member of Toastmasters International, an international leadership and public speaking organization. She is also a member of Novelists, Inc., where she has served on the board of directors, and of The Authors Guild.

She is past editor of the quarterly magazine, The US-China Review, and of NINK, a monthly magazine for multipublished authors of commercial book-length fiction. She is an instructor and speaker in the Lifelong Learning Program of Florida Atlantic University and also lectures on cruise ships.

 



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My new Beach Bachelors Series

Amazon says, "Award-winning author Pamela Browning's hot new box set features three sexy sun-bronzed bachelors and the women who capture their hearts."…

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Posted on June 10, 2015 at 3:41pm

My books still available at Harlequin Books website

http://www.harlequin.com/catalogsearch.html?keyword=pamela+browning&tab=items&vcname=Catalog_Search

Click the above to purchase or read a synopsis.

Thanks to my wonderful PBHS friends for support of my career over the years!

Posted on March 9, 2014 at 11:02am

How to review my books at www.amazon.com

Hello, PBHS friends and classmates!

Most PBHS 1960 grads are retired by this time - but I am not! I'm reviving my career by republishing my books whose rights have reverted to me. This venture has required a whole new learning curve, but it's been fun.…

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Posted on August 17, 2013 at 12:59pm

I posted a new photo and cover on my Pamela Browning Author page at Facebook

Also my Twitter account has changed to http://www.Twitter.com/PamelaBrowning@PamelaJBrowning

A former Tibetan monk named Thubten is managing my tweets. He's presently getting my account up and running. So how does a Tibetan monk end up managing tweets? Maybe that's…

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Posted on July 8, 2013 at 11:30pm

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At 10:13pm on October 12, 2014, Joe Gifford said…

Hi Pam:

I got your email and have responded. Please contact me when your time permits.

We are now living full-time in PBGs.

Best regards,

Joe

561 799-6340

ahgifford@comcast.net

At 9:46pm on June 16, 2012, Cheryl Cochran Zaic said…

Hi, Pam.  Thank you for the friendly welcome.  Patrick often reminisces about his years at Lake Park, and RBJH, remembering all the friends he went to school with there.  Your name is always  included in those memories. 

At 3:38pm on February 6, 2012, Honey Harper Duncan said…

Thank you, Pam, for the cordial welcome.  What an interesting life you have had so far!  Congratulations on your many achievements.  Honey Duncan

At 8:07am on June 15, 2011, Mert P. Baker said…

Thank you for the contact.  You have a nice page and have really been busy writing and speaking.  You are a good example that nobody has to slow down even at our age. 

At 11:35am on April 20, 2011, Harris DeWese said…
Pam, I always viewed you as one of our most intelligent and discriminating classmates.  You are the kind of  friend that I need.  I hope you are healthy and prosperous.  Harris
At 6:23pm on March 14, 2011, nikki marmo said…

i didnt makeit  to the reunion last year, so indeed u didnt see me:)  i connected with a number of people on this site and that was pretty cool--i still dont do too well in large crowds and chickened out at the last minute re:attending the reunion.  maybe another year.  there are several people i would like to see again--esp those we went all the way thru school with. 

 hope all is well with you

may current passion is playing bridge--just went on a bridge cruise to central america out of tampa. 

At 11:38am on August 26, 2010, Carol Elizabeth Laing said…
Thanks for the "welcome". Enjoyed your photos. Would have recognized you anywhere!
Congratulations on that spectacular writing career!
At 2:42am on July 14, 2010, Thomas Brown said…
Snipes? Did I find any? Unfortunately, in more ways than one. Did you ever find any?
At 10:29pm on July 13, 2010, Charlene Voorhees Williams said…
Yes, guess I'm glad your schedule was on overload! Sing?!
At 8:25am on July 13, 2010, Janice Sprayberry Brown said…
I feel the same way, Pam.I would have loved to talk to you at the reunion..you look the same as you did in high school! You haven't changed..let's keep in touch...thanks for "being my friend"!
 
 
 

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