Writers and Their Pets “Dogs are better than human beings because they know but do not tell.”–Emily Dickinson There is a long and wonderful history of the relationship between writers and their pets. Edith Wharton and Virginia Woolf loved their dogs; Ernest Hemingway his cats. Charles Dickens loved his pet cat, Bob, so much he […]
About Pamela Mingle: Author
Somehow, with hard work and a little luck, I’ve found a third career. I was a librarian first, then a teacher, and now a writer. The sound of that still makes me smile. In the summer of 2012, my debut novel, Kissing Shakespeare, was published by Delacorte Press. It’s a time-travel romance for teens. In 2013, Kissing Shakespeare won the Colorado Book Award for Young Adult Fiction. My proudest “writing” moment!Learn More About Pam…
In January 2016, I took over as the Regional Coordinator of our Denver/Boulder JASNA (Jane Austen Society of North Am.) region.
I look forward to providing links to my blog posts about Austen, as well as news from our region, and links to articles, etc., that Janeites might be interested in.
In the meantime, read some of the blog posts about Jane Austen.