I Punched Myself in the Eye

These true life short stories pack a punch!
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I'm Pamela Capone, it's nice to meet you!


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Why you'll love my book


Here are some of the best things about my book that I think you'll really enjoy.

Stand Alone Essays

These are non-linear essays, and as Pamela says, “You are free to move about the cabin.” Each short story can be enjoyed in one sitting. Only have twenty minutes to read in the morning or before bed? With this book, that’s all the time you need.

Messages from a Higher Power are Possible

In her personal examples, she shows how—if we really pay attention—messages from a higher power are available to us. Sometimes revelation from above comes in some unusual, unimaginable ways, and that the more we believe they are possible, they are.

Near and Far

Pamela has done a good deal of globe-trotting and shares some of her extraordinary adventures far and wide--Europe, Central America, Caribbean, etc. but many of her stories are close to home, in ordinary circumstances. Humor and inspiration is more about the geography of the heart.

Entertaining and Inspiring

Pamela puts her “quirk to work” by blending humor and depth throughout. This easy, transparent read, will appeal to anyone looking for a little down time to be lifted up. A captivating story-teller, she weaves important truths into inspiriting true-life tales. You most certainly will chuckle, laugh out loud and even shed a tear or two.

Wide Audience

This book appeals to those in grade school, grad school, or an assisted living. Her audience knows no barriers with age, gender, or religion. Written in simple language that a child can understand, but with the substance and depth that speaks to someone who’s lived a long life. While Pamela is Christian and there is that faith based theme though-out, the truths and values she shares are widely applicable. You don’t have to be a Christian to enjoy her stories.

Gives Hope

Ultimately, the take-away from I Punched Myself in the Eye is hope. Engaging readers with her humor and hope, she inspires others by her “notes” on people-watching, examples of epiphanies in unexpected places, and gives meaning to the minutiae. She shows that oftentimes it’s the little moments that turn into big moments, those that pack this biggest punch.

By day, a self-professed professional unpaid people watcher and evidence gatherer, and by night, an insomniac dot connector, Pamela Capone lives in Southern California with her husband, John. They have two fabulous adult children together, Joey and Cassie.

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