April 2017 Book of the Month

Drum roll please!

April’s Book of the Month is GREEKSCAPES ILLUSTRATED: JOURNEYS WITH AN ARTIST by Pamela Jane Rogers.



A twist of fate sends this American artist to Greece on a painting workshop in 1982. After a luxurious swim in the Aegean, an epiphany in an olive grove inspires her to continue her life’s journey with art – and either mend her broken marriage or end it. Her mission is to learn from her past and resurrect faith in her intuition and her love of art.

Yearly art workshops abroad give unparalleled inspiration for her painting for seven more years, ending with a devastating loss. The dark curtain lowers when her mentor leaves the earth.
Divorce and plans for a secure future as an interior designer are put in motion as a foreign light continues to beckon; the generous culture, peals of laughter, the people, nature’s landscapes, the olive trees, the mountains, the turquoise sea, the light, the epiphany… the most exhilarating moments of her 40 years have all been in Greece! Can living there allow the serenity she seeks? Most everyone agrees – it’s irrational for a middle-aged woman on her own with minimal financial resources to simply follow her heart. Maybe it’s only a dream, yet isn’t it worth a try?

With courage, hope, and a sense of humor she journeys forth from her unfulfilled past to “trust in the process” of art and life on a Greek Island. Will the enchantment last?


The book is available in paperback and on kindle from Amazon worldwide and Pamela’s website.

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  1. 2nd April 2017 / 5:48 pm

    Thank you very much – beautifully presented! I am honored that my book is in such excellent company, as I’ve read many of the past books you’ve featured, and look forward to those I haven’t. I’ve been on the Amazon site today working to get the new cover on all the sites. Let me know if you need anything else. I Love this website – just a pleasure in every sense!

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