Pam Royl has thrived on creativity her whole life, embracing visual art, ceramic art, and her latest passion of creative writing. Graduating from The Schulich School of Business, she began a long career in marketing and advertising working for international marketing companies and advertising agencies, as well as in a leadership position at George Brown College. In 2003, she retired from full time employment, started a consulting firm, and began pursuing her writing interests.
Pam was inspired to write her debut novel by an ancestor she discovered while writing family memoirs. Developing her fiction writing skills through courses at the University of Toronto, and the mentorship of International award-winning author, Donna Morrissey, Pam set her story within the fascinating history of Northumberland County where she lives with her husband Ian. Whenever she isn’t writing, Pam loves playing piano and guitar, and walking her dogs.