Patricia Potter is a bestselling and award winning author of twenty-eight books and six novellas. She has more than two million books in print.
Four of her books have been alternate selections for the Doubleday Book Club. In addition to her present publisher, Berkley, she has been published by Bantam, Harlequin Historicals, Silhouette, MIRA, and Harper Paperbacks. She has been published in fifteen countries and has frequently been on the USA Today and Waldenbooks Bestseller list.
She was named "Story Teller of the Year" in l993 by Romantic Times, and received the magazine's l995 Career Achievement Award for Western Romances. She has also won several Reviewer Choice Awards from Romantic Times and three Maggie Awards from the Georgia Romance Writers. She is a three time RITA finalist.
Prior to writing fiction, she was a reporter with the Atlanta Journal, an editor with a suburban Atlanta newspaper and president of an Atlanta public relations firm.
She is a member of the national board of Romance Writers of America and is a past president of Georgia Romance Writers and board member of River City Romance Writers in Memphis. She has been a speaker at four RWA National Conferences, several Romantic Times Conferences and at numerous regional conferences.
Pat lives in Memphis, Tennessee, with two insecure Shelties and a know-it-all toy poodle.