Author Spotlight: Pam Funke

Pam Funke

About the Author:

Pam Funke Pam Funke is the grand-daughter of a Pastor and was brought up in the church. Her love of reading led her to write. She lives in Hinesville, Georgia with her son and daughter.

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Interview:

MF: Tell us a bit about your novel The World at War and The Four Horsemen Series.
PF: The Four Horsemen Series is based off the Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation.The World at War is a continuation of my Four Horsemen series. It is about the rise of the Anti-Christ and the havoc that he creates that spirals the world into World War III. The World at War is the second book in the exciting Four Horsemen Series. Join General Alexander Ludlow as he continues on his mission to save the world. At least that is what he thinks that Operation Dark Angel is all about. He is however starting to suspect that this mission is not all that it’s cracked up to be. The world is in complete chaos as major nations wage war on each other and the world is on the brink of World War III.

The Group is secretly continuing Operation Dark Angel with much success. Unknown to the rest of the world they are the ones who are behind the strange and devastating attacks on Israel and around the world. What is it that they are really after when they are supposed to be bringing peace to an out of control world?

Italian President Nicolaitanes Balac is steadily gaining political power and recognition. The entire world is watching this one man and wondering if he will be the one to save them from the chaotic spiral that the world is headed towards. Is he really who he appears to be or is he something much more sinister? Can he save the world? Do we even want him to? Is this who mankind should rely on for help or will this be the worst mistake that mankind has ever made?

MF: The first book of the series Operation Dark Angel has gotten high marks among Amazon reviewers. How has that influenced your writing?
PF: It’s shown me that people are not only enjoying the book but my writing style as well. It helps to keep me focused in continuing to write in that same style.

MF: You’ve said, “the books that are filling the shelves and homes of adults, young adults, teens and children are not feeding their minds or souls with positive things.” Besides your own work, who are some authors you think succeed in writing positive books?
PF: James Patterson, Tim LaHaye, Jerry Jenkins, Joel Rosenberg, JK Rowling and Lauren Scruggs

MF: What are some ways in which you promote your work? Do you find that these add to or detract from your writing time?
PF: I use a lot of social networking to advertise my work and get my name out there. I also create flyers, book marks to hand out and leave at various businesses. I also get out and talk to people about my books. It doesn’t really detract from my writing time as I schedule time to do this.

MF: Tell us about about your writing process. For example do you have a routine, are you a plotter or panster, do you sit and wait for a muse to come calling, etc.?
PF: I guess that I’m more of a panster. I don’t really plan anything. I can see the story playing out in my mind as though I’m watching a movie. I write down what I see.

MF: What has been the toughest criticism given to you as an author? What has been the best compliment?
PF: I haven’t really received any criticism as of yet. My best compliment was from a reader who thoroughly enjoyed my book and writing style despite the fact that she doesn’t normally read Christian fiction.

MF: What do you read? What do you re-read?
PF: I like to read thrillers, mysteries, Christian fiction and young adult. I’ve re-read all of my James Patterson books.

MF: Do you have any advice for other writers?
PF: Never give up on your dream to be a writer even if some doors are slammed in your face. Eventually one will be opened for you, just have patience. Write not only for your own enjoyment but for the enjoyment of others.

MF: If you could jump into a book, and live in that world … which would it be?
PF: The Hobbit


World at War The second book in the exciting Four Horsemen Series. Join General Alexander Ludlow as he continues on his mission to save the world. At least that is what he thinks that Operation Dark Angel is all about. He is however starting to suspect that this mission is not all that it’s cracked up to be. The world is in complete chaos as major nations wage war on each other and the world is on the brink of World War III.

The Group is secretly continuing Operation Dark Angel with much success. Unknown to the rest of the world they are the ones who are behind the strange and devastating attacks on Israel and around the world. What is it that they are really after when they are supposed to be bringing peace to an out of control world?

Italian President Nicolaitanes Balac is steadily gaining political power and recognition. The entire world is watching this one man and wondering if he will be the one to save them from the chaotic spiral that the world is headed towards. Is he really who he appears to be or is he something much more sinister? Can he save the world? Do we even want him to? Is this who mankind should rely on for help or will this be the worst mistake that mankind has ever made?


  • Pam

    Can you please send me an email so that I can send you the updated information? Thanks. (AuthorPamFunke@hotmail.com)

  • Pam

    Can you please send me an email so that I can send you the updated information? Thanks. (AuthorPamFunke@hotmail.com)