November 2, 2015

Pamela Daniell was born and raised in Little Falls, New York. After graduation she​ moved to Long Island with her high school sweetheart and they were married shortly after. They soon added three biological children and adopted two through the foster care system to complete their family.


As a child Pamela loved books, and with the urging of her grade school teacher to ‘Keep on writing’ has been writing ever since. Even with her crazy work and family schedule she finds the time to bring her stories to life so others can enjoy them.

Check out her website and find her on social media: facebook, twitter, and goodreads!



Q:  At what point did you decide to make writing a profession? What got you started in the industry?


A:  I had always wanted to become a professional author, but it wasn’t until a few years ago that I decided to write and publish my first novel.


Q:  How long have you been writing? 

A:  I’ve been writing since grade school. My favorite class was creative writing.


Q:  What is your genre?


A:  Young Adult


Q:  If you could write in any other genre, what would it be?


A:  I would love to be able to write horror.


Q:  Where do you get your plot ideas? 

A:  They just come to me. Sometimes in dreams, or from watching TV shows.


Q:  Who or what inspires you? 

A:  Other authors and my readers inspire me. I love seeing that others enjoyed my book and it pushes me to keep writing.


Q:  Do you have a favorite “brain food,” a.k.a. snack food, when writing?


A:  Without a doubt soda.


Q:  How do you  approach a difficult scene? Do you tackle it head on or take time to mull it over?


A:  I usually take time to mull it over. Some scenes are easy for me to write, but others I have to take some time to think about how I want them to play out. Once I figure that out they are easy to write.  


Q:  In general, how many drafts and edits do you go through per novel?


A:  I’d have to say my first draft, then about 3 edits and my final draft.


Q:  Because the writing process is all-consuming, how do you re-energize yourself and gear up for the next novel? Do you take time off?

A:  I re-energize by taking a couple days off and catching up on my TV shows. By then end of the third day my characters are usually calling for me to get back to work.


Q:  What book(s) do you currently have for sale? 


A:  Right now I have Revelations for sale.




Jenna Morgan is just like any normal teenager. That is until she turns seventeen. In a matter of a week Jenna is kidnapped, meets a mysterious young man named Alex and learns the shocking truth about her true heritage, which is the reason both demons and angels are hunting her.


Just when she comes to accept her new identity the unthinkable happens leaving Jenna devastated. She soon meets Dylan, a small town homeboy who quickly heals her heart. But when his life is threatened by the same monsters who had already tore her world apart will Jenna be able to save him…or will she die trying?



Q:  What is your latest project and when can we expect its release?