Women on Writing
When Annie hears her foster parents talking about sending her little brother to another foster home, she knows that she can't let hat happen. So in the middle of a dark, snowy night, they run away to another town. How will they survive? What will they eat? Where will they sleep? And who is the man who is watching them. Will they find THE RIGHT ADDRESS?
.Christopher is the youngest and best basketball player on the Northland High team.Basketball is his life. When his world turns upside down, will he ever play again?
Meanwhile, Annie and her little brother Willie are finally happy and secure, until a long-lost relative threatens to take them away from their adoptive mother.
Will friends and family help them make the right choices?
After teaching for twenty-six years, Patricia began writing full-time. She has written over 300 educational articles, short stories for children, essays, and memoirs.
THE RIGHT ADDRESS is her first novel.
Patricia, an adopted only child, credits her father for teaching her the love of words. He was a writer and won an award for his poetry. In 2006, Patricia found her birth family and she now has four siblings. She found out that her sisters and birth mother also did some teaching and writing.
Patricia has two grown sons and four granddaughters.
Currently living in Arizona, she and her family have lived in Ohio, where she went to college, Michigan and Chihuahua, Mexico.