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Patrice Sarath is an author and editor living in Austin, Texas. Her novels include the fantasy books The Sisters Mederos (Book I of the Tales of Port Saint Frey), the series Books of the Gordath (Gordath Wood, Red Gold Bridge, and The Crow God's Girl) and the romance The Unexpected Miss Bennet

Patrice is the author of numerous short stories that have appeared in several magazines and anthologies, including Weird Tales, Black Gate, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Realms of Fantasy, and many others. Her short story "A Prayer for Captain La Hire" was included in Year's Best Fantasy of 2003 compiled by David Hartwell and Katherine Cramer. Her story "Pigs and Feaches," originally published in Apex Digest, was reprinted in 2013 in Best Tales
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Okay, I have decided. What impossible goals have I set myself for 2019


I’m going to write a story a week, besides working on the novel. Yes, it’s insane, but I’ve been meaning to do this for years now, so why not? I waste a lot of time not writing, so I might as well use some of those lost hours.


Will I fail? That’s the whole point of stretch goals — get out of your comfort zone, and reach (or st...

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The Unexpected Miss Bennet

3.82 avg rating — 386 ratings — published 2011 — 4 editions
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The Sisters Mederos

3.65 avg rating — 120 ratings — published 2018 — 3 editions
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Gordath Wood

3.24 avg rating — 96 ratings — published 2008 — 6 editions
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Red Gold Bridge

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The Crow God's Girl (Gordat...

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Tales from the Secret City

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Deep Magic June 2017

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" Are you enjoying it? I loved Esther Friesner's story and The Farmboy. Didn't really get Passelande. Still working on the rest of it. "
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Shadow Histories of the River Kingdom

Some books are just meant to be curled up with on a rainy day, with an afghan and a cup of tea. This is one of them. A fine collection of short tales by doyennne of the fantastic, Juliet McKenna, Shadow Histories
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Patrice Sarath Thanks and happy New Year to you -- I am fascinated by the Madrassa book. Will have to pick that up.


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Terah Edun Hi Patrice - thanks for the note! So happy to discover that the first two Gordath books are available on Kindle. Will read them soon. Happy New Years!


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