Charleston: A Good Life

Charleston: A Good Life

$70.00

Ned Brown’s Charleston: A Good Life is the first book that tells the story of what makes Charleston unique through 50 captivating individuals doing “interesting things in a beautiful place,” with stunning photography by Gately Williams. The book captures what makes the Holy City the ideal place to live work and play. Read more at: www.charlestonagoodlife.comPlease allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

Special introductory offer for Evening Post Books: $70 autographed copies  (+ tax & shipping)

NED BROWN is a full-time author and documentary television writer, creator, and producer. Ned has written dozens of stories and articles about “interesting people doing interesting things”—including Charleston and its people, history, places, and events. Ned is married to a successful Charleston and Washington, DC, wedding planner, Christina Baxter, and has a son, John Patrick. Ned’s home base is Charleston, South Carolina.

 

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Ned Brown’s Charleston: A Good Life is the first book that tells the story of what makes Charleston unique through 50 captivating individuals doing “interesting things in a beautiful place,” with stunning photography by Gately Williams. The book captures what makes the Holy City the ideal place to live work and play. Read more at: www.charlestonagoodlife.com.

Special introductory offer for Evening Post Books: $70 autographed copies (+ tax & shipping)

Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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NED BROWN is a full-time author and documentary television writer, creator, and producer. Ned has written dozens of stories and articles about “interesting people doing interesting things”—including Charleston and its people, history, places, and events. Ned is married to a successful Charleston and Washington, DC, wedding planner, Christina Baxter, and has a son, John Patrick. Ned’s home base is Charleston, South Carolina.

GATELY WILLIAMS is an editorial and landscape photographer who spends much of his time on the road, crisscrossing the states in his pickup or atop one of his motorbikes. On the road, he studies landscapes and finds beauty in the sparse open landscapes that dominate the country. Internationally, his photography has taken him to Iceland, Ireland, and as far away as Morocco and Australia. Gately splits his home between Charleston, South Carolina and Belfast, Maine.