Hello! Patricia Guthrie (Pat) speaking:
"I am an author, reader/reviewer, singer, musician, RETIRED music teacher, equestrienne, dog handler and animal advocate. (beside other things.) Above all, I’m always looking for potential plots. Maybe you’ll find yourself in one of my books? You never know. (check out “In the Arms of the Enemy,” “Waterlilies Over My Grave” and “Legacy of Danger”)"
Patricia A. Guthrie began as an opera singer turned music teacher until she transferred skills and began to write. She’s had short stories published in Affaire du Coeur, Skyline Literary Magazine, Collie Casette and several other publications. Her Novels “In the Arms of the Enemy,” “Waterlilies Over My Grave” and “Legacy of Danger” were published by LSP Digital.com in print and on Kindle.
When not hammering on her computer or promoting her books, Guthrie loves nothing better than to ride her horse, Dixie, and play with her cat, Archie and dog Toby. They’re always ready to give a helping hand and have appeared in some of her novels. She also loves to read and write reviews for other authors on Amazon. She runs the writing group “Writer’s Rock” on Facebook and is active in Rave Review Book Club as well as several others. Other groups she’s been part of are: Sisters in Crime, Murder Must Advertise, Romance Writers of America. All worthwhile endeavors for upcoming authors.
Famous quote? “The hardest thing about writing is finishing it.” Ernest Hemingway.
Ms Guthrie has Masters degree in Music, and sang in opera houses in the US and Europe as her major career choice. After leaving the world of opera, she decided to teach music in Chicago where she taught emotionally challenged children before transferring to the public school system in the inner city.
"Please check out my books: I write romantic suspense novels--Legacy of Danger a paranormal romantic suspense and Waterlilies Over My Grave a Psychological thriller (I do get muddled with the genre, as I love to mix them."
"Every experience is potential fodder for a novel." Patricia A. Guthrie not a famous quote