Jun 10, 2022
This time on the Rocky Mountain Writer, a conversation with the three Writer of the Year Nominees.
Karla M. Jay is the award-winning author of When We Were Brave, It Happened in Silence, and The Puppet Maker's Daughter. She makes her home in Salt Lake City. Over the years she has written in several different genres, ranging from humor to noir, but currently is focused on historical fiction. When she's not writing, she's reading, gardening, playing with her dog, or traveling to new places to try to find a story that has never been told.
Pamela Nowak writes in two genres. Her historical women’s fiction tells the stories of real women whose stories have been forgotten and her historical romance novels weave fictional relationship stories into historical settings and events. A member of RMFW since 1993, Pam resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Amy Rivers is an award-winning novelist, as well as the Director of Northern Colorado Writers. She was recently named 2021 Indie Author of the Year by the Indie Author Project. Her psychological suspense novels incorporate important social issues with a focus on the complexities of human behavior. Her forthcoming novel, Stumble & Fall, is the second book in the A Legacy of Silence series. Amy was raised in New Mexico and now lives in Colorado with her husband and children.
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