About the author

Patricia Lynne

It was about 2010 when Patricia fell into writing by accident. Before then, her dream had been to be an artist like Picasso. She was bored, and she decided to write down a story that she always daydreamed about. After that story, another idea came. Then another. And another, until she got the idea for <em>Being Human</em>. The story struck her as something others might enjoy reading. She began learning all she could about the craft of writing and the business of publishing. In 2011, she self-published <em>Being Human</em>. <em>Snapshots </em>followed two years later.<br><br>Eventually, she created the pen name Patricia Josephine (apparently, she told her grandma to call her that when she was little) to publish adult fiction and as a way to keep it separate from her young adult novels.<br><br>After many years of floundering with writing and publishing, she established <em>PJ&amp;L</em><em> Publishing and Design</em> as an umbrella to host her pen names and other creative endeavors such as graphic design.<br><br>When she's not writing about vampires, angels, demons, or alien abduction, she enjoys knitting, making jewelry, and painting. She was born and raised Michigander and is a transplant Yooper––that means she can hold her hands up and point to where she lives in the upper peninsula of Michigan. She met her husband in an Dragonball Z chat room in 2000, and in 2011 they were married on April 1st. She choose the date because she thought it'd be funny. She also enjoys baking and cooking, is a serious Whovian, and has a morbid obsession with serial killers.<br><br>