Patty Wiseman: One of the Top 50 Indie Writers You Need To Be Reading
April 25, 2019
Patty is a romance novelist who’s a master of unexpected twists and contagious storylines.
Patty Wiseman is the daughter of a WWII Navy vet who survived Pearl Harbor. She was raised in Washington State, attended The Wesleyan College in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, then moved to Northeast Texas where she has resided for over 30 years. Several of her short stories have been published in ‘Angie’s Diary’.
Patty is the creator of the Velvet Shoe Collection, historical romantic mysteries set in the 1920s. An Unlikely Arrangement, is the first of the series. An Unlikely Beginning, the second book was released in July of 2012. The third in the series, An Unlikely Conclusion, was released in August of 2013. The fourth book in the series, An Unlikely Deception, was released August 5, 2016.
Her self motivational book Success Your Way was published in March of 2016. She is published through Desert Coyote Productions. There are two more series in the works. One is a romantic comedy.
Her first Children’s Book was published on Sept. 24, 2017. Based on a true story that happened to her dog, Rescue at Wiseman’s Pond is an exciting tale of Cutter’s bravery!
Patty is a VIP 2013 member of the WorldWide Who’s Who Women’s Entrepreneurs and a member of the GFWC-Texas Federation of Women’s Clubs-Marshall Women’s Club. She is also a member of the Texas Association of Authors, a member of the East Texas Writers Association and NETWO.
Patty’s second book in the series, An Unlikely Beginning won 1st place in Romance with the Texas Association of Authors. Patty is a winner in the 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading Contest and has a second place finish in the Forward National Literary Awards contest in Romance, for the first in her series, An Unlikely Arrangement.
Her second book won first place in the Texas Association of Authors contest in Romance and the third book of the series won first place, as well. The fourth in the series won Honorable Mention in the same contest.
She has entered and finished twice in the National Novel Writing Month challenge and won both times. 2007 and 2011.
An avid league bowler, Patty is proud to maintain a 145 average on her ladies league. The league quickly turned into a book signing event the 1st day she timidly displayed her 1st novel. She sold a total of 20 books and on the same day bowled her highest series yet, a 521 with a high game of 197. Heady stuff indeed.
Patty is married to husband Ron and has two grown sons and 11 grandchildren. She currently lives in Texas with her husband and her dog Cutter.
You can find out more about Patty on her website www.pattywiseman.c
Phebe Whiteside, a thirty-seven-year-old governess, finds new employment at Queens Court Acres, a stately mansion in South Texas.
She also finds a ghost.
The three-story mansion harbors the spirit of Edmund McAdams, the former owner of the estate. His murder was never solved.
Old mysteries are revealed, and Phebe begins a quest to bring Edmund’s tortured spirit peace and reunite him with his lost love.
A Pandora’s Box of secrets and lies are unleashed as she digs deeper into forbidden territory. Everyone has something to lose if the secrets come out. One will kill to see that doesn’t happen.
Ricki Sheridan traveled a long way to seek refuge at Wolf Den’s Lodge high in the mountains after a devastating betrayal. Heartbroken, she signed up for a survivalist backpacking trip to live off the land and forget.
An injury on the first day puts her in the capable hands of the handsome trail boss, Kory Littleton. The attraction is instant, mutual, and terrifying. She trusted her emotions once and vowed never to make the same mistake again.
Kory’s heart, trampled and bruised, is unprepared to ever love again, until his unexpected reaction to Ricki reveals some things are worth taking a chance on.
When evil finds its way back into Ricki’s world, their fragile bond is tested, forcing them to face their greatest fear: can a wounded heart ever trust anew?
Betrayal. Desire. Revenge. Which one prevails?
Young and rebellious, Ruth Squire defied her parents to live the high life of young people in 1929 Detroit.
Handsome and responsible, Peter Kirby worked diligently to make his family’s life easier. Rich and powerful, Eric Horton held the fates of many families in his hands.
These three lives intertwine through the differing worlds of high society, middle-class life, and organized crime, culminating in an engagement, a kidnapping, a misunderstanding …
… and a murder.
Detroit can be a dangerous place …
Seventeen-year-old Ruth Squire’s fiance, the love of her life, disappears on their wedding day, and it’s up to her to find him.
A blue feather is the only clue she has, which leads her down on the docks to a seedy nightclub.
The risk to save Peter Kirby is enormous. Can she rescue him, or will she only put him into deeper danger?
Disguised as a jazz singer, Ruth steps on the stage, knowing her life is on the line …
Knowing she may never escape …
A train wreck threatens her future; a long kept secret threatens to destroy her past. Just when she begins to feel safe the terror begins again.
One moment in time, on what should be the happiest day of her life, changes everything.
Does Ruth have the strength to fight the chain reaction that finally reveals a shocking secret?
Detroit in 1929 may be the scene of an unlikely conclusion.