Pamela Koehne-Drube

Pamela is a freelance writer and editor with a background in history. As a former museum curator and professional historian, she has travelled the world visiting museums and collections most people have never heard of, and that love of the forgotten is what fuels her creativity.

For the past decade, Pamela has ghostwritten for both fiction and non-fiction writers over a variety of subjects and genres. One of her collaborations was even nominated for the Financial Times book of the Year in 2018.

Pamela lives in West Wales with her husband and a little tornado of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The rugged beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast inspires her every day. When she’s not busy visiting historical places and museums, she spends her free time working on her first full-length novel that will explore the Arthurian mythology of Wales.

Twitter: @iblamewizards

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