Pamela Browning is the award-winning author of books for adults and children. Her short stories and articles have appeared in Highlights for Children, Child Life, The Writer and other national publications.
She has been published by Silhouette, Harlequin, Mills & Boon, and Berkley. Many of her books have been listed on the B. Dalton and Waldenbooks bestseller lists, and her books consistently win high ratings from reviewers. Also, her book Morgan's Child won the B. Dalton Booksellers Award for the bestselling Harlequin American Romance in 1992.
She has won many national awards from the National Federation of Press Women for both adult and juvenile books, including a coveted First Place for The World's Last Bachelor in the federation's 1995 national communications contest and a First Place for Lover's Leap in the 1996 contest. Lover's Leap won the Georgia Romance Writers' Maggie Award in 1997. Her book RSVP...Baby recently was named first-place winner in the NFPW's 1999 national contest. Ms. Browning has been a frequent speaker at Harlequin publicity events and, at the invitation of Mondadori, Harlequin's Italian affiliate, she spoke at a luncheon for 500 at the Excelsior Hotel in Rome, Italy. She has been featured on regional television and radio shows, such as The Carol Saline Show in Philadelphia, and in a nationally aired segment of PM Magazine, a TV magazine show.
Pamela Browning is a charter member of Romance Writers of America and a twelve-year member of Toastmasters International. She is also a member of the National Federation of Press Women, Media Women of South Carolina, Novelists, Inc., and The Authors Guild. She is editor of the quarterly magazine, The US-China Review and of NINK, a newsletter for authors of commercial book--length fiction.
In her spare time, she practices yoga, travels widely, and volunteers as a docent at a local art museum. She lives in North Carolina and enjoys hearing from her many readers.