Praise for A Boundless Place
A heartwarming, delightful debut. You can't help loving Pamela Stockwell's grumpy, quirky characters, and you'll wish you were their neighbor on Magnolia Avenue too.
LINDA ROSEN, author of Sisters of the Vine
A Boundless Place is a delightful, easy, read that is sweet as sunshine.
LAINEY CAMERON, award winning author of The Exist Strategy and host of the Best of Women's Fiction podcast
Stockwell's writing is heartfelt and touching . . . The characters will stay with me for a long time.
VIRGINIA MCCULLOUGH, author of Island Healing
The Tender Silver Stars
A NEW NOVEL FROM PAMELA STOCKWELL
COMING APRIL 2024
In 1972, change is sweeping the world, but it isn't coming fast enough to South Carolina.
Not for Triss, anyway. She has always wanted to become an attorney, but her influential grandfather who raised her won't hear of it. She attempts to go it on her own––until she commits an impetuous act that threatens to derail her life.
Everlove, the daughter of a working-class family, is not looking for change but it finds her anyway. She has always followed the rules––until one day, she doesn't and blows up the life she has always known.
The women meet, become friends, and help each other find new paths forward. They might have given up if the indomitable Mrs. McCabe didn't step in to offer her eighty-plus years of experience––whether they want it or not.
Can the two women build new lives from the ones they shattered?
Readers of Clare Pooley's Iona Iverson's Rules for Commuting will enjoy this uplifting tale of unlikely friendships and the quest for fulfillment.
17th Annual National IndieExcellence® Awards | 2023
Finalist – A Boundless Place
Florida Authors and Publishers Association’s Annual President’s Book Awards | 2022
Bronze Medal for A Boundless Place
Best Book Awards Best Cover Design | 2022
Finalist for A Boundless Place
LBW Page 100 Writing Competition | 2020
Winner – A Boundless Place
Story Circle Network's LifeWriting Contest | 2022
Second Place for "The Phoenix Family"
A Million Ways * Stories of Motherhood |2023 "If I Tell You My Name"
Story Circle Network | 2022
“Veterans Day at the Veterans Day Memorial" appeared in Real Women Write: Seeing Through Their Eyes
Sparked Literary Magazine | 2021
"A Slash of Light" published here.
Story Circle Network's Annual Poetry Contest |2023
Second Place for "Photographs"
Pamela Stockwell was born in Texas and raised in South Carolina. In between, she lived in the Philippines and, along with her big sister, became fluent in Tagalog name-calling. She abandoned her foreign language studies at age five and went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of South Carolina. She lives with her husband and three children on a small farm in New Jersey. She is a member of the Princeton Writing Group and Women's Fiction Writers Association (WFWA).