Pam Pheasant

Pam Pheasant

As a founder member of Wordwatchers, Pam was encouraged by the group to write her first novel, Angel Hill. Angel Hill is a typically peaceful Berkshire Village inhabited mainly by commuters and retired people with a sprinkling of eccentric characters. The story relates what happens to this unexceptional village community when a child disappears and the village suddenly becomes the focus of media attention. Four further novels have followed –The House at Bridgend, Getting A Life and Thirty Days, now re-named Auntie Pru's Legacy, published, and available from She has written numerous short stories, including "A Night To Remember", which was runner up in the 2003 Woman and Home Short Story Competition.

Pam has written one non-fiction book, The history of the Grotto House, which was published in September 2003 and is available from

Pam's life revolves round her family, her job and ten, -yes, ten-, dogs

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Posts by Pam:

The Palace of Lost Dreams

Charlotte Betts, 7th Novel has been shortlisted for the RNA 2019 'Best Historical Romantic Novel'.

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‘Forging ahead…’

The ForgeWW member John Hoggard's short story 'Elemental Sacrifice' features in the Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthology 'The Forge: Fire and Ice', which was released in July 2019.

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Creative Writing Escapes

CWECreative Writing Escapes

WW member Charlotte Betts and former member Danielle Auld have something wonderful to offer you.

Cleared for launch!

Elite Encounters Elite Encounters is a Role-Playing Game set in the Elite: Dangerous Universe and is the work of David 'Selezen Lake' Hughes. It features drabbles from John Hoggard.

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How to survive a critique


WordWatchers is reviewing one full novel a month. By the end of 2017, it will have critiqued 7 novels. 5yrs after she wrote it, Abbie's blog about the process is still very relevant.

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