Pre-Order Pam Webber's Newest Title - Moon Water - Here
We are always so excited to be working with our local authors. One of our bestselling local authors is Pam Webber whose first novel, The Wiregrass, swept through our valley and continues to be discovered by book clubs and avid readers around the country. Her latest title - Moon Water - will be published on August 20th, 2019 and you can PREORDER it here, now!
A tale of multigenerational love, hate, sex, faith, and resilience, Moon Water is the standalone sequel to Webber’s best-selling first novel, The Wiregrass.
Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains during the summer of 1969, Moon Water finds Nettie, sixteen, with her boyfriend wanting to break up just as they are figuring out the sex thing. Nettie’s lifelong nemesis is jabbing her with perfectly polished nails, while her hellfire- and- brimstone preacher refuses to baptize her. Amid this turmoil, a Monacan Indian medicine woman gives her a cryptic message about a coming darkness, a blood moon whose veiled danger threatens Nettie and those she loves. To prepare for the darkness, Nettie and her best friend, Win, make a treacherous journey into the mountains to build a mysterious dreamcatcher from ancient elements.
A captivating, suspenseful standalone sequel to The Wiregrass, a Historical Novel Society’s Editor’s Choice and Southern Literary Review’s Read of the Month.
Pam Webber is author of the best-selling Southern novel The Wiregrass. The award-winning university nursing educator and nurse practitioner has also coauthored four editions of a nursing textbook and published peer-reviewed research articles. She served as a panelist at the 2016 Virginia Festival of the Book. Webber lives with her husband, Jeff, in the Northern Shenandoah Valley.
Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains during the summer of 1969, Moon Water follows Nettie, a gritty sixteen-year-old who is reeling from sucker punches coming from all directions.
Reminiscent of the stories and styles of Harper Lee, Sue Monk Kidd, and Jan Karon, Pam Webber's The Wiregrass is an extraordinary tale about a magical time in an ordinary place full of lovable and unlovable characters. Infused with laughter, tears, love, loss, and hope, the story follows fourteen-year-old cousins Nettie, J.D.