Uncategorized | February 26, 2008
Cheyenne writer Pam Nowak joined the likes of John Grisham and Stephen King on the Denver Post’s list of local best-sellers on Feb. 23. I bought a copy of Pam’s novel (her first one) that same day at City News in Cheyenne. I showed up a half hour after the signing started and got the last copy of the book, already in its second printing. In the interest of full disclosure: Pam is in my writing group.
Here’s the entire Denver Post listing:
The Denver area’s best-selling books, according to information from the Tattered Cover Book Store, Barnes & Noble in Greenwood Village, Boulder Book Store and Borders Books in Englewood.
1. The Appeal, by John Grisham, $27.95
2. The Reserve, by Russell Banks, $24.95
3. A Thousand Splendid Suns, by Khaled Hosseini, $25.95
4. The Invention of Everything Else, by Samantha Hunt, $24
5. Duma Key, by Stephen King, $28
6. People of the Book, by Geraldine Brooks, $25.95
7. Now You See Him, by Eli Gottlieb, $22.95
8. 7th Heaven, by James Patterson, $27.99
9. Chances, by Pamela Nowak, $28.95
10. World Without End, by Ken Follett, $35
“Chances” is set in Colorado in 1876, the same year the territory became a state. Its protagonist is Sarah Donovan, who works as a telegrapher and gets involved in the early years of the women’s suffrage movement in the West.
Get more info on Pam and her book at http://www.pamelanowak.com/.