Pamela Freeman Interview

Mainly known as a writer for children and young adults - at least that's how her books are labelled - Pamela Freeman released Blood Ties, the first book in a trilogy, in 2007, and has the second, Deep Water, coming out later this year. Peta McCartney interviewed the author for "The Courier-Mail".

Thanks to the librarian, the young Freeman spent her days home from school lost in fiction, classics, fantasy and adventure. Those days founded her love of reading - today she favours New Scientist, history, sociology and anthropology - and led to her becoming a a successful author with 17 children's books and a recent foray into adult fiction to her name. "I have always read a lot of non-fiction," she says. "It's been a big influence."

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