Interview with author Pamela Rae Hughey

Q1. Please introduce yourself so that the readers will get to know you better.

My name is Pamela Rae Hughey, you can call me Pam. I’m a wife, mother of two, and Family Nurse Practitioner. I’m passionate about all things health including spiritual and emotional health.

Q2. What is your inspiration behind your book “Gone But Never Forgotten”?

Well, I was inspired by a couple of things. First, my children and their many questions about their grandmother who has passed away. Secondly, the state of our world and all the wonderful people we have lost over the past 2 years. It’s been hard to understand not only for the adults but for our curious children as well.

Q3. When did you realize you want to be an author of Children’s Book?

I would say it’s always been a distant dream, but I never acted upon it until having children myself. We read so many books and have so many of our own adventures. It just started to become easy to create stories around their activities.

Q4. Are you planning to release your next book soon?

Not a picture book but a coloring book is in the works!

Q5. For which age group your books are suitable?

Ages 3-6

Q6. What is your favorite Quote?

I have a few but this one helps me stay motivated. “The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today”. -H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Q7. What do you like the most about your country?

I appreciate the different cultures, diversity, and freedom.

Q8. What suggestion do you want to give to parents of little readers regarding a reading habit?

I would say just try to read something to them every day. Even if it’s telling stories from memorization like “the 3 little pigs” before naptime. This time will be so special to the kids and help build their little imaginations.

Q9. What does literary success look like to you?

Being forth book content that encourages mental, physical, and emotional growth and support for all ages as we all travel this road called life.

Q10. Lastly, who is your inspiration in life and why?

My mother. She is always pushing forward no matter what obstacles come her way.

Book Is Available On Amazon

Gone But Never Forgotten

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