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Pamela Glasner - Author - Finding Emmaus

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I was born in New York City in 1953. Just prior to my eighteenth birthday, my family relocated to Connecticut, where I obtained my bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education from Eastern Connecticut State University. I come from creative, courageous stock: a grandfather who, after emigrating to the US from Austria in the 1920’s, became an iron worker and joined the ranks of those who left their legacy in the form of New York City's incomparable skyline, and my REAL hero, my grandmother, whose strength, courage and unfailing confidence taught me that nothing and no one can keep you from your heart’s desire without your permission and your cooperation. A former English teacher, I am also a Registered Reader at both the Royal Society of London and the British Library, as well as a member of the Connecticut Historical Society and the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. As a member of a private club, I work with the sommelier managing the wine list and I also enjoy public speaking, Appaloosa horses, pepperoni pizza and London, England … though not necessarily in that order… I live in rural Connecticut now and am presently at work on my second novel, book two of The Lodestarre Series. Finding Emmaus is a dark, fictional yet factually-based story experienced through the lives of two Empaths who, separated by three centuries, do not discover until adulthood that they are gifted and not mentally ill. They find a way to transcend time and death, meet each other, and then find themselves embroiled in a multi-billion dollar conspiracy between the US Food and Drug Administration and the pharmaceutical industry in which millions of Americans are being misdiagnosed and drugged for no other reason than the enormous income it generates.
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