RI Authors Showcase and Giveaway! Meet Pamela Carey

Each day this month, meet a Rhode Island author! Comment on this blog post for a chance to win our Grand Prize (a $200 Amazon gift card) or our Bonus Prize (a $100 Amazon gift card). Some authors are giving away books, too – your comment enters you into their drawing as well. (See details at bottom of this page)

Whether you’re already going through it or are just in for it eventually, Pam Carey takes you on an often-hilarious roller coaster ride through her own experiences with aging parents who still had their marbles. And she uses it to illustrate her 49 rules for your survival as the “kid.” Sooner or later, it could happen to you! Anyone who has had to care for elderly parents will see their own situations reflected in this witty yet practical guide to surviving the ordeal.

Pam has generously offered to gift her book Elderly Parents with all their Marbles: A Survival Guide for the Kids. Your comment also enters you into the Grand Prize and Bonus Prize drawings.

Pamela graduated with a B.A. from Colby College and an M.A. from Columbia University Teachers College.  She taught high school English in Connecticut, Georgia, and Maine, before obtaining an M.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design and opening her own interior design firm. She is the author of the above-mentioned Elderly Parents with all their Marbles: A Survival Guide for the Kids, Minor League Mom: A Mother’s Journey through the Red Sox Farm Teams, and Surviving Your Dream Vacation: 75 Rules to Keep your Companion Talking to you on the Road.

Her short story, “An Evening Babysitting” appears in the ARIA anthology Past, Present, and Future (2019).

When not writing, reading for her book clubs, or traveling, Pam can be found on the tennis court as a member of two South Palm Beach County teams. She and her husband reside in Delray Beach, Florida, and in Westport, Massachusetts. 

Learn more about Pam and her books by visiting her website: http://www.minorleaguemom.net/index.html

You can leave a comment on each day’s blog post during November, for up to 30 chances to win. Daily giveaways by authors will be drawn one week after publication. The author will contact the winner to coordinate delivery. Grand Prize and Bonus Prize will be drawn and announced on December 8.

22 thoughts on “RI Authors Showcase and Giveaway! Meet Pamela Carey

    1. You’re welcome! I hope you enjoy my book, which won a Gold Medal from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association. I must warn you, though, the second half of my story isn’t all fun and games!

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  1. This looks like a fun read. I have aging parents that still pretty much can do for themselves. My brothers live closest to them and will pick up groceries for them so that they don’t have to go out while COVID cases are bad. I think we could all use some laughs this year and every year.

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