Revamp: A Memoir of Travel and Obsessive Renovation

Pamela Reynolds (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$19.14
Publisher
Black Rose Writing
Publish Date
January 30, 2020
Pages
198
Dimensions
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.42 inches | 0.44 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781684334186

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About the Author

Pamela Reynolds is an award-winning writer and artist who has written for numerous lifestyle magazines and blogs. Formerly a writer and editor at The Boston Globe, she currently writes on the visual arts for WBUR, an NPR affiliate in Boston. Pamela studied painting in Italy. Her paintings belong to several corporate collections and were featured in two major motion pictures. She has added Washington D.C. to her list of hometowns. Find out more at www.pamreynolds.com.

Reviews

"A wisdom-filled memoir that doubles as a sweeping travelogue reaching from Boston to Sardinia and back again. Gorgeously written and culturally astute." -The Boston Globe

"A worthy debut memoir of moving to Italy and extensively remodeling a house." -Kirkus Review

"Pamela Reynolds writes with an abundance of wit, warmth, and grace -- the same qualities with which she lives her life" -Ed Siegel, founding editor and critic-at-large at WBUR's The ARTery

"Beautifully constructed, evocative, and emotional, this author's first non-fiction story will capture your heart and mind. Read it, and you will find yourself there too. It shouts: When is the movie coming out?" -Karen Gross, author and educator; former President of Southern Vermont College and Senior Advisor to the U.S. Department of Education

"A delightful tale embodying both the American and Italian fascination with house and home." -Plinio Innocenzi, author of The Innovators Behind Leonardo

"It was so absorbing. AND the writing is terrific. I feel like I just finished a huge bag of potato chips and lost track of time." -Jane Simon, former graphic designer, The Boston Globe