Patrisha Reece-Davies

Biography

Dr. Patrisha Reece-Davies lives in a cottage in Cambridgeshire, England, with her two cats Salma and Jasmine. She has been a writer and story teller all of her life. She studied English Law to Ph.D and has added writing student text books to her catalogue of skills.

As a poet Patrisha has had several poems published and has won competitions.

When asked to say who she is Patrisha will sometimes answer "I am a researcher and an analyst - I love to explore and examine ideas, philosophies, thoughts and knowledge!"
Other times she will answer "I am a teacher ! I am never more happy than when one of my students suddenly grasps a complex piece of new information".
And again, at other times she will tell you that she is a dreamer and a free spirit who just loves laughter, stories and chasing her imagination to see where it will lead.
She hopes you will find something among her writings that you can enjoy !

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Books

The Fyrdhwæt Saga
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 3,930. Language: English. Published: May 18, 2010. Category: Fiction » Poetry » U.K. Poetry
An epic tale of adventure told in verse, with lines in traditional Anglo-Saxon. Discussed and approved by scholars. Includes full introduction and translation notes. Fyrdhwæt is unloved and rejected by his people. Valiantly he slays three terrible monsters, but his bravery goes un-acclaimed. The poem is romantic, sad, exciting and very much open to interpretation.
Joyful Jumble
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 650. Language: English. Published: March 11, 2010. Category: Fiction » Poetry » U.K. Poetry
Joyful Jumble is a short collection of children's poems. Patrisha has been writing poetry for most of her life, indeed - she is a prize winning poet. This collection includes "I Love My Bear"; "Joshua"; "I Wish"; "Moody Trudy" and of course "Jumble". PS: Jumble is a little dog!
The Mullery Sagas, Volume two, Trees, Tribes & Truths
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 87,990. Language: English. Published: January 22, 2010. Category: Fiction » Literature » Fairy tales
Mullery's quest continues to lead him deep into the forest, far out onto raging seas and far away to the lands of the desert dwellers. Each step brings discovery, adventure or a battle against Hollo's dæmons. Each step is made easier by the constancy of his wolf and companions. As enchanting as volume one - this lively sequel brings both answers and new mysteries to be solved.
November the First
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Price: Free! Words: 220. Language: English. Published: January 17, 2010. Category: Fiction » Poetry » U.K. Poetry
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I walked the three miles into town and treated myself to the riverbank/woodland path as I had plenty of time. On the way this poem was conceived . . . so here it is. Enjoy!
The Identity Stealer
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,070. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2010. Category: Fiction » Poetry » U.K. Poetry
In isolation The Identity Stealer is an epic fireside poem in it's own right. Lines in the ancient language lend a sense of drama to this tale about a man who, from the very beginning of his time, struggled with all the lives he touched. He is fierce, tough, heroic but also sad. If you would like to read this poem in its full setting then go the Fyrdhwæt Saga.
The Mullery Sagas, Volume one; Books, Birthrights & Beginnings
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 145,700. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2010. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
Mullery thought he was an ordinary man - he is not. After the eerie disappearance of everyone he knows, and the rescue of an orphaned wolf cub, he must embark on a journey in search of answers. Man and wolf encounter myth and magic; they are, it seems, key players in the gods' battle for domain. Many richly drawn characters are interwoven into this well crafted tale. But, just who is Mullery?

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  • Where Sheep May Safely Graze on Jan. 18, 2010

    From the first page I found this writing beautiful and captivating. Roger Parkinson is the very best kind of gentle, humorous and interesting story teller, and this short collection is a real treat. Also there is good variety here so that although the pace of the collection is consistent and easy on the reader, the writing draws you seamlessly from one mood to another. Great visual imagery, great voice . . . more please. PRD
  • Crossroads at Isca on Feb. 03, 2010
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    This is great story telling and packed with detail. I find some of it a little wordy but the details are rich and the characters live and have their own voices. Thanks Laurel . . . now, which of your works shall I enjoy next . . . ?