Patricia Harris – Author Interview

Patricia Harris, indie author Today’s author interview is with the talented Patricia Harris, author of several poetry collections. Under the pen name Serena Mossgraves, Ms. Harris has recently published Death of Neverland.

Please welcome Patricia Harris to XterraWeb’s Author Interviews Series. We hope you enjoy this interview as much as we did.

Before we get started, we would like to thank Patricia Harris for taking the time to give us this interview.

Buy Wayward Dreams, a poetry collection by Patricia Harris on Amazon.

Amor Libris: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Patricia Harris: Well, I am all over the place. I am a crafty soul and a highly creative person. I am an insomniac. I am currently riding in a big rig with my thirteen-year-old daughter and her father, my best friend of twenty-one years. I have been writing poetry since I was nine years old, but I have lost track of many of my poems. I am often sarcastic and have a somewhat morbid sense of humor.

Amor Libris: What is your favorite motivational phrase, and why?

Patricia Harris: Not sure what counts as motivational. My favorite quote is ‚ÄúSmile, it makes them wonder what you are up to.”

Amor Libris: What do you like to do when you are not writing?

Patricia Harris: I make jewelry, crochet, draw, do amateur photography, and do abstract art. I also play video games and run D20 games. I goof off on the Internet, and I love to read.

Amor Libris: What books and/or authors have influenced you the most?

Patricia Harris: Uhm, another place that I am all over the place. I am a voracious reader and I refuse to limit myself. I have a few favorite poets (Sara Teasdale, Maya Angelou, Emily Dickinson, and Edgar Allen Poe), but I enjoy all poems (mostly, lol). I do enjoy several genres, and I enjoy many authors. Some of the authors I read the most are Tamora Pierce, Nora Roberts, Stephen King, Anne Rice, RA Salvatore, Laurel K. Hamilton, and Timothy Zahn.

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