Patrick J. Baldwin was born on July 30, 1965 in Vallejo, California. He is the youngest of three children. He spent his early childhood in Connecticut; the state he calls home. He graduated from high school in 1984 from Northbrook High School in Houston. He held numerous jobs after high school until sixteen years later he found his calling. He became an LVN in 1997 and has been working as a LVN/Surgical Technologist in one of the South’s largest hospital systems ever since.
Patrick plays the piano, is always trying to whittle down the stack of books by his bed, loves to cook, enjoys composing music on his computer, and has learned over the years that writing is not only enjoyable, but therapeutic. He loves to write about real-life events mixed with fiction and some of his own dreams and fantasies. He got his joy of reading and writing from his mother, Joyce, who passed away in 2010 from a failed liver transplant. He misses her terribly and dedicates all of his writing to her. For comments, rants, and raves, Patrick can be contacted at email@example.com
The Autumn of Lonely Sons
By Patrick Baldwin
Published: April 2, 2013.
Philip Battenburg tried desperately to get his life on track after losing his mother, and even after winning the Nation's largest lottery his life was empty and lonely. He reached out to needy, yet talented, young men, apprentices in the fine arts. The first was a gigantic debacle, the last one changed his life forever,but he was always haunted by grief, lonliness and death.
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