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pameladlloyd: Alya, an original character by Ian L. Powell (Alya)

Call Me a Dreamer

Is there a difference between the waking and the dreaming worlds?

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Created on 2009-05-07 06:11:17 (#309373), last updated 2014-01-30 (177 weeks ago)

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Pamela D. Lloyd was born in Chicago, where her parents turned down an offer to sell her for two suitcases full of socks. When she was two months old, her family moved to Florida, where they once more turned down an offer for her, this time for a house. However, by the time the family moved to El Paso, Texas, when she was three years old, her true nature as a force of chaos was apparent, so no new offers were forthcoming. Her interests include folklore and fairy tales, which often inspire her writing.

Pamela has traveled briefly in Mexico, spent five months in England and Scotland (with a weekend trip to Wales), and spent three weeks in Spain, where she contracted typhoid fever. She hopes to travel extensively in the future. She adores castles and has visited several, including Eilean Donan castle and the Alhambra.

Pamela currently lives in Tucson, Arizona with her husband, four of her five sons and step-sons, several dogs, and several cats.

Pamela's publications include:

* "Ship's Daughter" with Karl Grotegut, Space Pirates, ed. David Lee Summers, Flying Pen Press, August 2008

* "In a Tower High," Realms of Fantasy Magazine, April 2004

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