Pamela Hamilton’s career has encompassed the fields of broadcast journalism, filmmaking, publishing, voice acting, and public relations. She has interviewed notable figures in business, entertainment, politics, U.S. intelligence and the arts and covered some of the most significant events of the 21st century. For more than a decade, Hamilton was a producer for NBC News, and she was a producer on the award-winning documentary Grateful Dawg. Based in Manhattan, she serves on the board of the Society of Professional Journalists’ Deadline Club.
In 2021 Hamilton’s debut novel, Lady Be Good, received a Kirkus Star and was selected as a Kirkus Best Book of the Year, as well as a Booklife by Publishers’ Weekly Editors Pick. In addition, she has been honored with several book awards: winner of the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Historical Fiction; winner of the 2021 National Indie Excellence Award; winner of the 2021 Royal Dragonfly Book Award in the Fiction and Historical Fiction categories; National Indie Excellence Awards Silver Medal; Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards Silver Medal; Eric Hoffer Award; American Fiction Awards award-winning finalist; IAN Book of the Year Award finalist for Women’s Fiction; and an Eric Hoffer Award. Lady Be Good is a finalist for the Mark Twain Book Award for Humor and Satire and the Goethe Book Award for Historical Fiction. An International Pulpwood Queens Book Club selection.
Selected as one of the top 5 books with unusually affecting female characters. — Literary Hub