Hello! I'm Pam Golden.

Pam lives in a slightly alternative town in Yorkshire, set in the hills of ancient history.  Earlier in her life, she travelled extensively, living with indigenous peoples in North and South America. She has studied many cultures, practiced permaculture and taught generations of children. Combined with her love of the earth, magic and a positive hope for humanity, her children’s books create a different perspective on prehistory. She aims to inspire imaginative possibilities for the future by finding creative inspiration from the past.

Her interesting and uplifting memoir (for adults) gives an insight into where some of her ideas originate, as well as being a highly entertaining tale of her adventures.

 

My Books

My Books

To be Human is an Honour

An energising glimpse of a young woman’s life through a wide variety of experiences; starting in 1978, she sweeps you up and carries you with her.

Sharing her emotions, her understanding of the world and her spirituality, she travels both physically and metaphorically around the globe. With her sympathetic approach to the people she meets, combined with humour, sadness, wisdom, love and occasionally bizarre happenings; you will become drawn into her world of trust and belief that everything happens for a reason, helping to create a beautiful pattern of life.

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A Tree in Time

Jenni is an ordinary girl to whom extraordinary things happen. Through a magical twist she travels through Time.Life with the Mesolithic hunter gatherers is vibrant, rich and certainly nothing like her history lessons. Initially, Jenni is very happy. She thrives, as her first true friends share their incredible ways of living with the forest. Not everyone is welcoming though and it isn’t long before Jenni finds herself in a very difficult situation. Will she survive? Can she ever return to her future? And what is her peculiar connection with Druantia, the wise Elder?

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Mist in Time

‘A sudden scream tears through the sounds of the forest. I freeze. Is it human?…

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My Latest Blog Entries

Discovering Iron Age Britain

Butser Ancient Farm If you want a fabulous experience of the ancient past, a trip...

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Winter Solstice

Happy Winter Solstice! After the beautiful Solstice meditation hosted by Wild Moon Rising on Monday,...

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Author visit

Recently I was asked to do an author visit to two primary schools near Knaresborough....

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New teaching materials for the Stone Age

One of the things I enjoy most about writing historical fiction is the research. I...

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu

It is with great sadness I learnt yesterday of the passing of one of my...

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Turning a problem into solution

Walking out onto the lawn during the last few weeks of snow and ice, I’ve...

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A natural murder mystery

Over the summer I have become aware of a wasp’s nest. The wasps would fly...

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Elderberry syrup

According to Mrs. Grieve in ‘A Modern Herbal’ (which is my bible when it comes...

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More Wisdom from Black Elk

The first peace, which is the most important, is that which comes within the souls...

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Wisdom of Black Elk

Mending the Sacred Hoop Over a hundred years ago Black Elk had a vision of...

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Our permaculture garden

Having trained as a permaculture designer 30 years ago, I decided to turn the hillside...

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Building for the future

Are you like me? Do you see headlines that tantalise but are forbidden because you...

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Transport

This week E-scooters have been in the news, as one of Boris’ answers to greener...

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Communication

Well I didn’t expect that subject this week! Again what has that got to do...

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Giving ourselves time

Every week I meditate to find out what I need to be writing about in...

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The Green Economy

Several inspirational leaders of countries around the world are using the economic reboot after Covid-19...

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How we treat other creatures

To live sustainably isn’t just about humans and the earth’s resources, it’s also about how...

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Water is life

Years ago, when I was on a kibbutz in the Negev desert, we went for...

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Growing your own

When we talk about sustainable living, a lot of people assume it’s about growing your...

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‘The meek shall inherit the earth.’

Although I don’t subscribe to any particular religion, being raised in a Christian household, the...

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Your choice

Covid -19 may be indiscriminate in whom it affects but as this virus proceeds, we...

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Collective thought pattern

Last night I went outside to clap for the NHS workers and it was lovely...

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Beauty within

At a friend’s party last weekend, the topic of Caroline Flack and Love Island came...

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A message from the heart

Happy New Year! I have a strong feeling that 2024 is going to herald many...

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