Pamela M. Fields has been an Early Childhood Educator for over eleven years and she has her Master’s Degree in Teaching and Learning with Technology from Ashford University and her undergrad from Mercer University.  She has been honored as Family Child Care Provider of the Year in 2013 and served as the President for Georgia’s State Association for Family Child Care. 

Deciding to write her first book was not an easy task for Pam, she has started and stopped for over ten years trying to find the courage to share her story.  With personal trauma come triumph and she has learned over the years that she might bend, but she won’t break.  She decided that through her healing she could help other women understand that they too can fill the hole that the emptiness of a missing Father can bring.     

Pam has three beautiful daughters, twins Keyanna and Brianna that are twenty and her youngest daughter Ja’nae is eleven.  She resides in Jonesboro, GA, but she is originally from the Blue Grass state, Kentucky.  She loves spending time with her daughters, and she has found a knack for crafting in planners, reading and watching football.