I have always wanted to be a spy. My current location is California, where I write fiction and poetry within various styles, often crossing genre boundaries just to keep life interesting. Until my cover is blown I'll keep writing mysteries, suspense, thrillers, and horror, hoping people will enjoy the stories.
Please visit my personal website where you will find updates on the Riley McCabe series, as well as other work.
E. A. Irwin (Patricia)'s Blog
Posted on March 20, 2011 at 9:04pm
So far 2011 has gotten off to a great start after 2010 finished on a positive note with the release of In Darkness We Play, a horror poetry collection from five authors published by Triskaideka Books. Now also available at Amazon.com Kindle … Continue
Posted on December 11, 2010 at 10:23pm
Hot Off the Presses!
Fifteen of my poems appear in this collection!…
Posted on July 21, 2009 at 6:42pm
Manic Readers’ Review
Myth to Life: The Rise of Riley McCabe - At Death's Door
by P. A. Matthews
Braedon Carlisle is a handsome and, some might say, beautiful man or is he? Braedon is definitely not what he appears to be on the outside and the secret of whom and what he is and his unique and unusual way of life will change… Continue
Posted on June 1, 2009 at 2:30am
ALL stories in the “Myth to Life: The Rise of Riley McCabe” series have hit the top 54 books in the Dark Fantasy section at Fictionwise! with “Between Myth and Blood” at #29 and “Blood Betrayal” at #33! “At Death’s Door” is at #53, and bringing up a respectable #54 is “Hunted” Woo Hooooooo!!!
I can’t do any of this without all of you, nor do I want to. I’d be overjoyed if you’d like to read the series at either Mystic… Continue
Posted on May 25, 2009 at 9:19pm
~ Quote of the Day ~
The reality is more excellent than the report.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
I’m sorry I’ve been away for ages. I’ve been seriously ill since January, as well as working sixty plus hours a week to keep afloat. I’ll write more about some of this in a later blog, however, I wanted to share some truly exciting news with everyone.
Friday, I thought I would check Fictionwise eBooks to… Continue