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Pamela Theophilus

This afternoon saw the official launch of Pamela Theophilus’s new book Corkscrewed and I was very happy to go along to support a fellow member of York Writers. Pam writes under her maiden name and may be more familiar to many as Pamela Gardner.

With sunshine and showers definitely being the order of the day, a sizeable crowd enjoyed the shelter of the marquee thoughtfully provided as well as a goodly range of refreshments. The glass of Prosecco pressed into my hand by Pam’s husband as I queued to have my copy signed was very well received too.

Hic! To quote from the blurb, ” Who would have thought there could be so much excitement to be had from corkscrews!” I look forward to reading Pam’s story and finding out how a boy’s unusual collection will shape his future life.

Corkscrewed is available from Amazon in print or as an e-book.


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