Author/Poet/Public Speaker

“I have been highly influenced by the oral tradition of my great grandparents and grandparents. I want the readers to experience my narratives in poetry and prose in the same way I experienced the stories of my ancestors – with all of my emotions and senses.”

Patricia Boyd Wilson has been writing for more than half her life, yet she doesn’t want to be categorized by any particular genre. She is inspired by the beauty of nature, experiences in life, multiple generations, indigenous people, other cultures, fine art, music, and the Holy Spirit.

Patricia is a native of Brownsville, Tennessee. However she spent much of her childhood and teenage years in Cleveland, Ohio. She has lived in Arizona, California, and now resides in Georgia. Each of these cultures has contributed to her worldview and writing style. Whether she is writing poetry, prose, or devotional material, her content is both rural and urban. Faith and family play a critical part in her perceptions of the world. She strives to make a connection between generations through her work.

Patricia has a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and a Bachelors of Art degree in English and Biblical Studies. She is an alumni of Covenant College and the Master’s University. During her career as an educator she has taught a variety of age groups, enjoying every minute of it.

Patricia enjoys people. She loves talking to her readers as well as young authors. She is always open to dialogue. You may contact her through this website, on her Facebook page, or email: Feel free to leave your comments on the blog. She is also available for book discussions, readings, and classes for to meet book and writing clubs as well as religious groups.

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Jeremy Finds Happiness
Jeremy Finds Happiness is a delightful story about a boy who discovers happiness in a variety of ways after losing his mother and moving in with is uncle on a Mississippi farm.
Various and sundry voices fill my heart. Voices full of life, laughter, and love. Voices filled with sadness, worry, and stress. Voices that shape dreams and trust. Voices that birth hope, new goals, and new dreams. Voices from one generation to another – This is what I hear!
Friendship was everything to Toddalene Henry and the Brainiac Crew was the source of that friendship. They had everything: intelligence, beauty, talent . . . yet, none of these qualities could prevent the pain inflicted on their hearts and bodies.
Do you know your pastor’s heart? Have you ever considered how life experiences play a role in his or her identity? Musings of a Pastor’s Heart begins where theology meets life.