About Pamela R Haynes
Pamela (54) resides in London UK and she has over 30 years of experience working in the Criminal Justice System. Retiring as a Senior Probation Officer in 2018. She has been a guest lecturer at Hertfordshire and East London Universities.
Pamela is proud of her Barbadian heritage. She is an Ambassador for Advocates Against Domestic Abuse based in Barbados. She aspires to work alongside like-minded colleagues to develop a Caribbean response to managing domestic violence in the region, thereby, safeguarding survivors of domestic violence and their families.
Pamela’s debut fiction novel Loving The Brothers was published on 8th January 2018. The anticipated sequel Loving The Sisters is due to be published in July 2022. She is currently writing Loving The Children. The trilogy are about domestic abuse from a Black British perspective. Her main protagonists are black women based in London.
Recipient of the Powerhouse Global Award for Author of the Year and a Black Excellence Author of Colour Award in 2018. She was shortlisted for a BLAC award for Best Writer 2020.
Pamela would welcome the opportunity to discuss the themes arising from her books, namely, domestic abuse, fostering and adoption. Black women dating and the progression of women in the workplace. She is open to discussing how she completed her second manuscript during the 2020 pandemic and started The Author 2 Author Podcast show in 2021. Pamela secured a book deal for her trilogy in her 50s, reminiscent of JK Rowling and Malorie Blackman.
Social media links
The Author 2 Author Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/01MUNb9sat6F0hMUAkLVTr?si=W_9IwfPRTnmyc3AbFFvGxg&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1