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Jan. 24, 2023

Warrior Women and Ancient Struggles: A Deep Dive into Rise of the Ravenisha with Guest Author P. Grace Lawson

Warrior Women and Ancient Struggles: A Deep Dive into Rise of the Ravenisha with Guest Author P. Grace Lawson

Unleash the Power Within Exploring the World of Rise of the Ravenisha with P. Grace Lawson. Join us as we delve into the fantastical world of werepanthers, warrior women, and revenge in P. Grace Lawson's debut novel, Rise of the Ravenisha. Discover how the author's anthropological background influenced the creation of her characters and the intricate world-building. Learn about the themes of freeing oneself from bondage and coming into one's power as we delve into the architecture, character development, and even some writing improv with P. Grace Lawson.


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Pamela G. Lawson

Author

A Talladega, Alabama native, Pamela Lawson received her Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley. After threatening to write a book for twenty-plus years, Pamela finally did so, with Rise of the Ravenisha being her maiden novel. The second book, Rogue Ravenisha, is complete, and there are plans for a third installment, tentatively titled Revenge of the Ravenisha. Pamela has been a horror fan since childhood: staying up many a weekend watching creature features and reading books written by authors such as Edgar Allen Poe and Mary Shelley. Pamela’s literary interests are far-ranging, from authors such as Stephen King, Anne Rice, PD James, Walter Mosley, James Lee Burke, Kathy Reichs, and Louise Penny to James Baldwin and Zora Neale Hurston. Pamela lives in Northern California with her two felines, Ferg and Nikos, and dabbles in dressage.