Patricia L Graham


I have found reading and listening to stories a most enriching experience since childhood. It just helps to keep us growing. Here's a link to my You Tube Channel

I've also recently joined Poetry Soup and include their link so you can sample more of my poetry freely ...

Smashwords Interview

Have you already published any books?
Yes my first paperback was "Flight of Fantasy Collection" with my second being "First Lost Risen" both in the sci/fantasy genre.
What's the story behind your latest book?
I'm gathering a collection of stories and poetry I've written over the years in the hope that people will find it reflectively interesting and entertaining. But I also have a novella near completion that's about two people who meet in London and with issues around extended families and some spooky stuff in the midst of events and emotions.
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Where to find Patricia L Graham online

Twitter: @VerdanaB

Where to buy in print


Something in a Void
From: "Flight of Fantasy Collection" - a poem spanning past, present and future with a fanciful story being narrated ... if you really must know ... Sci/fi helps to artistically break rules and boundaries ...


A Rhythm of Life
Price: Free! Words: 5,290. Language: English. Published: November 22, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » U.K. Poetry
This is a poetic compilation which includes some prose and is somewhat autobiographical in nature. It spans from childhood to present day so has some mature themes, making it suitable from young teens up. It is a journey which I invite you to embark on. There is a definite spiritual context running through it. It is best read in HTML and PDF format for the foreseeable future. Thanks

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anthology    love    nature    poetry    spiritual   

Smashwords book reviews by Patricia L Graham

  • A Matter Of Opinion on March 05, 2014
    (no rating)
    It started off well and there's a lot going on in such a short story. It felt like it should have been around 2.5k with everything going on and when the real trouble started perhaps personalising it around some folks rather than reporting events would have made it more engaging. I think the Gnostic reference could have been left out entirely, having done so well re-labelling other beliefs and schisms. I think it would be worth your while looking at it again at some point to give it more of what it deserves and what you are certainly capable of writing. Awful ending for the victims of course, after everything being used as mere fodder to the end.
  • A Matter Of Opinion on March 05, 2014

    It is my first review and forgot to rate it.
  • Explore your blind spot on March 08, 2014

    Short, sweet and very neat. Enjoyed!
  • Frostbite on Oct. 23, 2014

    Short and sweet and captures the season vividly.