P.C. Zick’s career as a writer began in 1998 with the publication of her first column in a local paper. By day, she was a high school English teacher, but at night and on vacations, she began writing novels and working as a freelance journalist. By 2001, she left teaching and began pursuing a full-time gig as a writer. She describes herself as a "storyteller" no matter the genre.
Currently, she writes two blogs. Trails in the Sand is her fifth novel.
Her blog and her novels contain the elements most dear to her heart, ranging from love to the environment. She believes in living lightly upon this earth with love, laughter, and passion.
She resides in Pennsylvania with her husband Robert.
Civil War Journal of a Union Soldier begins on April 1861 in Michigan when Harmon Camburn joins the Union Army. He provides insight into the minutiae of a soldier's life, from what they ate to their method of obtaining food. It shows the horror of the battlefield to the joys of simply having the sun shine after days of rain. P.C. Zick presents the journal of her great grandfather for all to share.
The road trip for a lifetime along the Mother Road
Drive Route 66 with four women seeking adventure on the road. The adventure turns into enlightenment on Route 66 USA that is often humorous, painful, and rewarding.