September 21, 1989: Some monsters in the dark are real. Can Painter Place survive?

Huricane Hugo came in the dead of night, slamming Category 4 power into Charleston, South Carolina at the worst possible time—high tide. Painter Place is scoured by the writhing Atlantic storm surge, forcing Caroline Painter Gregory to say goodbye to a life she loves and face a future that may hold the worst that can possibly happen. On the devastated South Carolina coastline of 1989 and then in Arles, France during the centennial of Van Gogh’s life there, Hugo continues the saga of Painter Place.


Hugo has an average 5 Star rating on Amazon and Goodreads! Please consider leaving a review for other readers.

Note: This is a clean Christian romance/drama with faith elements and possible doctrinal differences among denominations.

Hugo, Painter Place Saga 2

$15.00Price
  • Payments are accepted via PayPal Here and personal check. Shipping is $5 for one book, $3 per book for 2 books ($6), and FREE with purchase of all 3 novels in the saga.

Pamela Poole

Hi, I'm Pamela Poole, and I live an amazing life as an artist and author! The alluring charm and distinctive characteristics of the coastal Carolinas are my creative muse, so I describe my work as "Inspiring Southern Ambiance."

My novels and short stories in the Painter Place Saga take place on a fictional island on the coast of South Carolina, between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. I was inspired to write Painter Place when my son encouraged me to write the kind of book I wanted to read, but couldn’t find. My original paintings are used in the covers and inside the pages of the novels. They are part of the appeal of this unusual series.

 

I write to the same audience I paint for--myself--and all my work is meant to glorify Christ (1 Corinthians 10:31, Colossians  3:17). I share with readers and art collectors, hoping they will feel as if they've taken a walk in a warm Southern breeze and the sunshine we're famous for.

My perspective on writing books and painting is like that of the iconic artist Norman Rockwell, who once said he knew life was not ideal, but it should be, so he chose to paint it that way. I've experienced enough "reality" in my life. Now I seek the warm, whimsical, loveable, and ideal in my creativity! I hope readers will laugh out loud, sigh with longing, be inspired to reach higher, and feel refreshed when they reach the end of my novels.

I write clean fiction from an unapologetically Christian worldview. My stories often feature artists and art perspectives that will help any reader have a deeper appreciation for painting.

I live life loving Jesus and my family as a wife, mother, and GiGi. I'm blessed with true friends who make my life so interesting and inspire names and situations in my stories! I believe sketching, painting, and coloring soothes and heals, so I offer free coloring pages on my websites. My YouTube channel has free art demos and reading excerpts from the Painter Place stories, and my blogs take readers behind the scenes for insider sectrets.

 

To get updates via email newsletters for sales on my novels, free featured downloads and giveaways, blogs and insider looks at the settings in my stories, use the form below to send me you email address. You can also follow updates on my Facebook pages, Twitter, Bookbub, etc. Just click the icons at the top of this page. 

Authors LOVE reviews! I appreciate the time you will take to leave a brief review on your favorite book site. Thank you for blessing me!