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Pam Pointer, Poet and Devotional Writer

Pam Pointer

Coffee On The Pavement: Poems by Pam Pointer
My early life was spent in suburban London and my first employment was with marginalised people in an area of poverty in central London. I moved to rural Wiltshire with my husband and daughters in 1997. The family has increased to include three sons-in-law and a handful of lovely grandchildren.

Observing life in all its diversity has inspired and fuelled my writing and helped shape my worldview. I'm a keen photographer, enjoy walking in the countryside, listening to the radio, following sport - especially tennis, cricket and rugby, and being a home-maker.

I enjoy different genres of writing, including journalism, devotionals, articles, and poetry. I've also enjoyed writing and broadcasting Morning Thoughts for local radio.

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Salisbury, UK

checkbox Association of Christian Writers

Selected Books in Print

Coffee On The Pavement Coffee On The Pavement
ISBN: 9781780354606
First Serve Publishing, 2012
The Seven Ages of Man The Seven Ages of Man
ISBN: 9780755470389
Robert Frederick Ltd/Creative Communications Ltd
£15.50 (available from author)
The Also-Rans The Also-Rans
ISBN: 9781844172160
Kevin Mayhew, 2004
Forgive us... as we forgive... Forgive us... as we forgive...
ISBN: 9781844171453
Kevin Mayhew, 2003

Details of my other books may be found at pampointer.co.uk/books.html

Books Planned
A second book of poetry with working title, Blue Sky Days To Come.

Other Writing Published
Many magazine articles, newspaper columns, poems, devotionals for The Upper Room.

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