Patricia Fulton is a west coast girl with an uncomfortable Midwest sensibility. Surviving southern Los Angeles as a child gave her a tenacity and unique perspective on “normal human behavior” sparking her lifelong fascination with gruesome details and serial killers.
After waitressing in a Greek restaurant in Chicago to put herself through University, she emerged with a Bachelor Degree in Communication Design, found a tall dark stranger and moved to Texas where the harrowing temperatures inspired her novel, The Drought.
In addition to her degree in design she holds a Master’s degree in Professional Writing. Her stories 612 West Maitland and Back East received first place recognition in Kennesaw State University’s graduate level writing competition and 612 West Maitland went on to win a statewide competition and was selected for publication in the anthology O’Georgia! A collection of Georgia’s Newest & Most Promising Writers.
She currently resides in Roswell, Georgia.
The DROUGHT has been nominated by The Kindle Book Review for best Indie Horror 2012!