Monday, February 21, 2011

Book Bites for Kids: Interview with Pamela Hamilton – Mon, Feb 21st at 2 pm CDT


CONTACT: Suzanne Lieurance, The Working Writer’s Coach

For Immediate Release

Book Bites for Kids: Interview with Pamela Hamilton – Mon, Feb 21st at 2 pm CDT

Book Bites for Kids, hosted by Suzanne Lieurance is a delightful way to interact with children's book authors, illustrators, publishers, editors, and publicists to learn more about the world of children’s writing and publishing.

We are pleased to invite you to tune in on Mon, February 21st at 2 pm CDT, at to meet Ms. Hamilton as she discusses her new book, Snow Day.

Pamela Greenhalgh Hamilton followed her childhood dream to become a writer when she swapped her career as an elementary school teacher for one as a journalist and public relations specialist. She has received professional recognition from the New England Press Association and the Council for Advancement in Secondary Education, and her articles and fiction have appeared in regional and national publications. Originally from Massachusetts, Pamela now lives in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley with her husband Bate and three cats.

Not only can you listen to the show online, you can also call in during the live broadcast at (646) 716-9239 and ask the author being interviewed a question, make a comment, or just say "hi." If you can't call in during the live show, visit and click on the author's Book Bites for Kids page and leave your question in the comment section there, which automatically enters you into our weekly Book Giveaway? Visit the National Writing for Children Center online at or the Children's Writers Coaching Club at for more information on showcased authors and classes. We look forward to your visit.

Full Media Kit and more are available upon request electronically.

Best wishes,
Donna M. McDine
Award-winning Children's Author
The Golden Pathway ~ August 2010 ~ Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc.


  1. Hi, I just chose you as one of the recipients of Seven Facts Award. Hope you will accept it.

  2. Sorry I missed the show, but wish you the best with your new book, Pamela.


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