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Contact: Brad Fregger (512) 657-8780; mailto:brad.groundbreaking.com
Florida Author, Pamela Ackerson, publishes second novel, We the People.
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What: Publication of Pamela Ackerson’s Second Novel, We the People.
When: May, 2006
Where: Groundbreaking Press, Austin, Texas (http://www.groundbreaking.com/)
For more information: (512) 657-8780
AUSTIN, TX-- Born and raised in Newport, Rhode Island where history is a way of life, Pamela Ackerson now lives in Central Florida, a place that flaunts imagination and fantasy. For years she wrote poems and short stories and was determined that one day she would write a book. Encouraged by her family and friends, she started writing Home of the Braves, her first novel. Her love of history and the Native American people encouraged the combination of reality and fiction. The idea that you could travel anywhere you wanted came from her nighttime dreams and inspired the use of a bed as transportation to the wonders of what history has to offer.
Murder, forbidden love, and Indian massacre all play a role in We the People, Pamela Ackerson's second novel of her time-travel trilogy. The first novel in the trilogy, Home of the Braves, tells the story of Karen Anderson, a modern-day surgeon, who discovers that the antique bed she purchased has the power to transport her into the past where she finds herself in the midst of the Indian Wars ... falling in love with the Indian warrior, Standing Deer. Now it's time for her son, Matthew (Gentle Raccoon), to discover what destiny the bed has in store for him. Matthew also finds love, in the arms of the beautiful, but young, Devry; a love forbidden by his mother. In the meantime, someone is murdering the men of the local men's' club ...
Pamela is currently working on the third novel of the trilogy, Out of Many One.
Editor's note: To interview Pamela Ackerson or for a copy of We the People, contact Brad Fregger at (512) 657-8780, or email: brad.groundbreaking.com.
You can also visit the web site for Pamela Ackerson, Historical Fiction Author. Or, visit her blog. In Google, search for “pjakrsn”.