GREENFIELDS author Pam McCagh writes so fast she loses track of how many books are in the pipeline or at the publishers.
Currently she has a new book out, Memories of the Past – her ninth – and there are three more, including Letter of Hope and Shadow Children at the publishers, about to be released in the next few months.
McCagh says she can knock off a book in a week, but it can take up to six months to edit and publish.
She has recently won the Readers Favourite Book Award in USA for Sleep Never Comes and other awards are on the way.
McCagh is a psychic with a special gift that enables her to write books through channelling or automatic writing and she has been published in more than a dozen countries.
Memories of the Past is about life, death and somewhere in between. “This book has taught me to understand and appreciate life as well as understand and respect death,’’ she said.
As we left the interview, McCagh suddenly asked: “Are you going to Bali?” When I said ‘Yes’, she told us not on any account to go in May next year.
Scarily, we are attending a wedding in Bali in May (or perhaps we’ll stay home now).
McCagh will discuss the way in which she writes her books at Falcon Library on Thursday, October 15 from 6 to 7.30pm. Patrons can learn how she communicates with the dead as they tell their stories and also find out about loved ones who have passed on.
She is also hosting a psychic energy afternoon at her home on Saturday, October 24 from 1 to 3.30pm in which light-hearted people can meet, learn and express their thoughts on anything to do with psychic work.
If participants take along a photograph, she will also teach them how to read the people in the photograph.
Seating will be limited. Book on 0450 103 578 or