About Patricia

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Patricia M Osborne is married with grown-up children and grandchildren. She was born in Liverpool and now lives in West Sussex. In February 2019, Patricia graduated with an MA in Creative Writing (Merit) via the University of Brighton. She is a novelist, poet, and short story writer. When she isn’t working on her own writing, she enjoys sharing her knowledge and acts as a mentor to fellow writers and is an online poetry tutor with Writers’ Bureau.

In 2017 Patricia was Poet in Residence at a local Victorian Park in Crawley and her poetry was exhibited throughout the park. In 2019 her poetry was on display at Crawley Museum.

Her poetry pamphlet, ‘Taxus Baccata’ will by published with Hedgehog Poetry Press during 2020. Patricia has had many poems and short stories published in various literary magazines and anthologies.

Patricia’s debut novel, House of Grace, A Family Saga, set in the 1950s/60s, was released in March 2017. The second book in the trilogy, ‘The Coal Miner’s Son, will be published on 9th March 2020.

Publication date 9th March 2020

Pre-orders for Kindle now available for The Coal Miner’ Son – click here to take you to the link to buy.

If you’d like a signed paperback of The Coal Miner’s Son or/and House of Grace make a perfect gift – contact me here.

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