Thanks for reading my bio! Here it is, written in official third-person:
Patrice Fitzgerald has gone through many incarnations, including lawyer, writer, publisher, singer, TV host (just local cable TV, don't be too impressed), arts producer, drama teacher, mother, wife, redhead…you get the picture.
She has a series of Silo stories, based on Hugh Howey's world of WOOL and the Silo Saga. Karma of the Silo: the Collection is available now as an ebook, and will be in print in May, 2014. Autographed copies will be available via Patrice’s website at www.PatriceFitzgerald.com.
Patrice has also written books that don't take place underground! Her first published novel was the tightly plotted and fast-paced thriller RUNNING, about two women vying for the U.S. presidency, which became a Kindle bestseller in political fiction. She also writes quirky short stories such as Till Death Do Us Part and Looking for Lance.
Before becoming a writer, Patrice practiced intellectual property law for fifteen years. She is the founder and CEO of a tiny indie press, eFitzgerald Publishing, and is also a professional mezzo-soprano who sings in styles ranging from opera and Broadway to jazz. Patrice is the mother of four adult children. She lives in Connecticut on the water with her wonderful husband and is amazed and grateful to be making a living as a writer.