It was about 2010, I fell into writing by accident. Writing hadn't really been on my radar. My dreams were of being an artist like Picasso. But I was bored and decided to write down a story I always daydreamed about. After that, another story came. Then another. And another. Then the idea for my young adult novel, Being Human, struck. I couldn't write fast enough. The story seemed unique and something others might enjoy reading as well. I began learning all I could about publishing. In 2011, I self-published Being Human under the name Patricia Lynne. Snapshots followed two years later.
I created the pen name Patricia Josephine when my muse gave me the idea for my series, Path of Angels. I wanted people to easily be able to distinguish between my young adult paranormal and science fiction books and my new adult urban fantasy and science fiction romance books. (You can find links to my books here and my young adult novels here.)
When I'm not writing about vampires, angels, demons, or alien abduction, I enjoy knitting, making jewelry, and painting. I am a born and raised Michigander and transplant Yooper––that means I can hold my hands up and point to where I live in the upper peninsula of Michigan. I met my hubby in an Dragonball Z chat room in 2000, and in 2011 we were married on April 1st. I choose the date because I thought it'd be funny. I also enjoy baking and cooking, am a serious Whovian, and I have a morbid obsession with serial killers.