When young landscape artist, Brad, with a crave for painting happy scenes saw a pretty girl in a blue boat feeding swans by the lake in Roath Park, he thought it would be the most perfect picture any artist would love to sketch. But it turns out quiet not what he expects…
The subject, Pamela Graham is a bitter individual. She doesn’t want to be sketched or painted. She doesn’t even want to be remembered. She’s expecting death; not a ‘snoopy’ artist; not Brad!
The battle line is drawn…
In the heat of their face-off, Brad discovers the source of Pam’s bitterness. She lives in a world of her own; a world of pain and hopelessness.
Brad gets touched…
And while he tries to give her a little hope, he uses her pain to wield an artistic inspiration so powerful that would thrill not only Pam herself, but the world.
on Sep. 16, 2012 :
Whoa! This was a really touching story. I love the narrative structure and would love to see it in a move cuz it actually felt like one. Though i needed more, the ending left me wanting more
(review of free book)
Zainab T Bello
on Aug. 24, 2012 :
A good ending to a lovely book, didn't want it to end although I knew it was a short story. Can't wait to read more of your books.