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Pat Wahler

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Pat Wahler is an award-winning writer of historical fiction, romance, and creative nonfiction. Her work has appeared in sixteen Chicken Soup for the Soul books, Sasee Magazine, Storyteller Magazine, Reader's Digest, and many other publications. She is the winner of Western Fictioneers' Best First Novel of 2018 and the Walter Williams Special Award for Literary Merit.

Pat is a Missouri native and avid reader. Her family includes rescue animals Bogey, a feisty cat; and Winston, an overly opinionated Peke-a-poo.

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Christmas in NYC!

As promised, here’s a peek at the 2019 Girls’ Trip to NYC! First, a big shout-out of thanks to my wonderful daughter and daughter-in-love who planned this event as a combined Christmas/birthday gift for me. (Do you think they know how much I love Christmas?) How lucky am I to have two such strong and talented ladies in my life. Love you!

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