The Newnan Times Herald features Pamela and her presentation to the Friends of the Powell Library in Newnan, GA
Catch up with Pamela and the Georgia Literary Festival in the Brunswick News Literary Festival Special Section!
The Georgia Writer's Association features features Pamela and independent publishing.
WTOC 11 touts the Georgia Literary Festival.
Johnnie Rivers of the Plantations of South Carolina references Water To My Soul.
Pamela is featured in the January issue of Southern Writer's Magazine
The Brunswick News features the launch of Water To My Soul.
Pamela is quoted in the September issue of Magnolia Corner.
Winston Skinner of the Newnan Times Herald features Pamela.
The Georgia Home Education Association announces Pamela's presentation for Friday, May 6 at the 2011 Annual Conference.
Lindsey Adkison of the Brunswick News features Pamela.
Kim Gray of the Vancouver Province includes Pamela in an article about Jekyll Island!
The Florida School for the Deaf & the Blind reports on Pamela's School-Author visit!
Read Me Again Books (Waycross, GA) - advertises Pamela, Splendid Isolation and The Kiska Trilogy on Waycross radio.
Golden Isles Magazine features Pamela and Splendid Isolation in the premier glossy magazine of the region!
Jekyll Island Beachscape features Splendid Isolation and Pamela.
Georgia Center for the Book showcases Pamela as one of 30 well-known authors for the 2010 Georgia Literary Festival.
Moultrie Creek Publications reviews Splendid Isolation on it's blog.
Independent Publisher - Independent Publisher selects Splendid Isolation as a Highlighted Title for January 2010
Joe Willie - WAVE 104.1 FM(Brunswick, GA) interviews Pamela about Splendid Isolation on 12/22/2009 (pt. 1)
WAVE 104.1 FM(Brunswick, GA) - Joe Willie interviews Pamela about Splendid Isolation on 12/22/2009 (pt. 2)
Coastal Illustrated review of Splendid Isolation. Please click on "Book Nook"
Good Morning Jacksonville interviews Pamela!
Florida Times Union announces Pamela at the Christmas Made in the South
Splendid Isolation Press Release
Neptune's Honor Wins Gold!
The Confederate Post. Lordy and Neptune...a tale of friendship and loyalty.
Independent Publisher announces 2009 IPPY Awards National and Regional Results
Pamela Bauer Mueller wins gold in the Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction category.
Writers Group Gives Annual Awards/Atlanta Journal Constitution
The Atlanta Journal Consititution announces the 2009 Georgia Author of the Year winners.
Florida Heritage Book Festival Workshop Schedule
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Florida Heritage Book Festival
An array of award-winning authors, including Pamela Bauer Mueller, share their knowledge at the Florida Heritage Writers Workshop, on Friday, September 11 at St. Augustine’s Casa Monica Hotel.
Vancouver Desktop Publishing Centre - Self Publish.Ca, April 2009
Vancouver Desktop Publishing Centre highlights Pamela and her experiences as an independent publisher.
Writer's Digest Awards An Angry Drum Echoed, March/April 2009
Writer's Digest magazine selects An Angry Drum Echoed as a "Genre Fiction" Honorable Mention finalist in it's 2008 book awards.
Fascinating Stories of Jekyll, Past and Present, November 2008
Local Jekyll Island Author Pamela Bauer Mueller is now working on her eighth book. This will be about the Jekyll Island Millionares' Club: an historical novel written through the voices of several of the Club employees. Each month Pamela shares with her website readers several tidbits about the story, some of which you can read below.
Making History - Independent Book Publishers Association, October 2008 Piñata
Publishing announces that the Georgia Writers Association has named Pamela Bauer Mueller the 2008 Georgia Author of the Year for her young adult historical fiction title, An Angry Drum Echoed. This book also received the Silver Medal in the 2008 Independent Publishers Book Awards in the Southeast Regional Fiction Division and a Historical Fiction Finalist award in Foreword Magazine's 2008 Book of the Year Awards.
Regional Writers Add Literary Depth to 2008 Riverside Arts Festival
A dozen regional authors will join 150 artists and craftsmen at the 37th Annual Riverside Arts Festival, September 6 and 7 in Jacksonville’s historic Riverside Park. This will be the fourth year the literary arts, in the form of a Writer’s Tent, are part of one of the largest and best-attended arts and crafts festivals in northeast Florida.
Coastal Georgia Author Pamela Bauer Mueller Wins 2008 Georgia Author Of The Year Award
Kennesaw,GA. (June 9, 2008) – During their 44th Annual Award Ceremony on June 7, 2008, the Georgia Writers Association announced that Pamela Bauer Mueller is the recipient of the 2008 GEORGIA AUTHOR of the YEAR AWARD in the Young Adult category. The GAYA has a long tradition of literary excellence and has honored Ms. Mueller for her historical fiction novel, An Angry Drum Echoed: Mary Musgrove, Queen of the Creeks.
National Award Winning Author Advances Guide Dog Awareness Through Aloha Crossing - June 2008
Jekyll Island, GA. (June, 2008) – National award winning Georgia publisher, Piñata
Publishing, announces the release of Pamela Bauer Mueller’s newest title, Aloha Crossing. This highly anticipated sequel to Hello, Goodbye, I Love You inspires readers of all ages with the keen understanding of how and why guide dogs are trained to serve.
Brunswick News, June 28, 2008
Pamela Bauer Mueller's mantle is getting full. This national award-winning author has won another award: the 2008 Georgia Author of the Year Award in the Young Adult category at the Georgia Writers Association's 44th Annual Award Ceremony.
Jekyll Island Blogs, Jekyll Island, GA, June 28, 2008
During their 44th Annual Award Ceremony on June 7, 2008, the Georgia Writers Association announced that local Jekyll Island author, Pamela Bauer Mueller, is the recipient of the 2008 GEORGIA AUTHOR of the YEAR AWARD in the Young Adult category. The GAYA has a long tradition of literary excellence and has honored Ms. Mueller for her historical fiction novel, An Angry Drum Echoed: Mary Musgrove, Queen of the Creeks.