Pam Binder is an award-winning New York Times and Amazon bestselling author of ten novels and one novella. The diverse author, who resides in a suburb of Seattle, writes young adult, romance, historical, time travel and fantasy fiction.
Pam received RT Book Reviews’ Pioneers in Romance award in 2018. Drawn to Celtic legends and anything Irish or Scottish, Pam blends historical events, characters, and myths into everything she writes. She is also in demand as a conference speaker and teaches the year-long classes, “After the First Draft” and “Write Your story.”
As president of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, she annually chairs the organization’s widely attended national conference.
Pam's historical time travel series, The Matchmaker Café, is published by The Wild Rose Press. Her fifth book in the series, Christmas Knight, will be released in November 2019, and her Immortal Warrior series, in 2020. At the Oklahoma Book Festival, Pam will sign her latest young adult fantasy novel, Grace Logan and the Goblin Bones.
About Grace Logan and the Goblin Bones
Sixteenth century Ireland is ruled by men and Faerie and to Grace Logan, a fifteen-year old forced into an arranged marriage, it seems like nothing will ever change. Grace doesn’t want to marry. She wants to become a pirate like her father. Before Grace’s marriage, her father is kidnapped by the Goblin Lord and a sleeping, death-spell is cast over her castle. To free her family, and despite knowing that a misstep would mean her death, Grace enters the underworld of the Goblins with outcasts: a changling abandoned by her Faerie mother at birth, and a mysterious young man who harbors a dark secret.