News and Reviews

News and Reviews

Click here for a memoir excerpt in The Writer: JUST WAIT! A Short Story Rejected in Grade School Becomes a Cause of Action.

“A fine five-star read! – Story Circle Reviews

“This coming of age story is both heartbreaking and heartwarming. Pamela’s writing lulls the reader into her life . . . almost like sitting down to tea with someone very wise and well traveled to garner their wisdom.” https://alliesopinions.wordpress.com

n&r1courier“Pamela Jane takes us masterfully through this story of a lifelong writer struggling to emerge.”
Deborah Heiligman, author, Charles and Emma: The Darwins’ Leap of Faith, a National Book Award Finalist

“…incisive, funny, and touchingly candid evidence of the power of the stories we tell ourselves.”
Howard Rheingold, author, The Virtual Community and Net Smart

a harrowing story that invites the reader to experience the thrill and danger of the Sixties from a place of safety and acceptance. —Tristine Rainer, Director, Center for Autobiographic Studies, author, The New Diary and Your Life as Story

“Of all the hundreds of memoirs I’ve read this  is the first one I’ve found that takes us behind the flashy images of Woodstock and hippies of the Sixties… – Jerry Waxler, author The Memoir Revolution

“With an inquiring mind that always seems to race through time and space, Pamela Jane’s story unfolds and folds back upon itself…what distinguishes a mediocre or even good story-teller from a great one, is when we find ourselves unable to put a book down.”– Linda Appleton Shapiro, author She’s Not Herself

“…I started and finished the book in an entire sitting, due entirely to the magical way Pamela Jane weaves her story…this is a book not to miss. ” Karen Jones Gowen, author of Farm Girl and Lighting Candles in the Snow.

Jane has given us a book that will touch the life of every woman who has ever questioned who she is, where she is going, and what the future holds.” – Matilda ButlerRosie’s Daughters: The “First Woman To” Generation Tells Its Story and Writing Alchemy: How to Write Fast and Deep

“…a gem, a well-written and powerful memoir.  I highly recommend it.” – Sherry Meyer, author

“Her prose reads like poetry and her imagination is like magic!” – Jacopo della Quercia, author, The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy and License to Quill

“Pamela has a way of describing things that I never knew existed… [her] story is inducement to all writers who aren’t afraid to take their past experiences and use them towards the future of her dreams…a lovely, simple, straightforward story that will touch the heart…” – a comfychair