Monday, July 27, 2015

Gabriel (Path of Angels 4) is here!

The end is in sight.

To stop Uriel from freeing Lucifer, Gabriel and his brothers must fall and go to Hell. It is a sacrifice Gabriel is not entirely ready to make. Will he fight alongside his brothers or forge his own path? There is only one choice.

Alexander doesn’t want to help Uriel nor does he trust him, but the angel has promised him a better life. He swore to protect Charlie, and he’ll do whatever it takes. When he meets the archangels and learns the depth of Uriel’s lies, he understands the true meaning of sacrifice. If there’s any hope of stopping Lucifer from being freed, Alexander, Charlie, Zephyr and Lake will have to get to Hell and help Gabriel and his brothers in the fight against Uriel. 

The path is finally ending, but the price may be too high.

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This book is my favorite in the series.
Read my review here.

About the author:
Patricia Josephine never set out to become a writer. In fact, she never considered it an option during high school and college. She was all about art. On a whim, she wrote down a story bouncing in her head. That was the start of it and she hasn't regretted a moment. She writes young adult under the name Patricia Lynne.

Patricia lives with her husband in Michigan, hopes one day to have what will resemble a small petting zoo, has a fondness for dying her hair the colors of the rainbow, and an obsession with Doctor Who.
Path of Angels:

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Selective Mutism - By Patricia Josephine
When I was writing book four in the series, I knew right off that Charlie wouldn’t speak. She can speak, but chooses not to because of an event in her past. It was a slow evolution to being mute too. Little by little, she said less and less until by the time Alexander meets her, she barely speaks. (When she was in school, she would if called upon, but she never went out of her way to talk.)
In the first draft, she did have one line, but then I cut it. After getting beta notes and editor notes, I ended up having her speak again when I completely rewrote chapter four. I thought it would add a little weight to the scene. If she was saying that then it was important.
What causes Charlie not to speak isn’t shown in the story because Alexander accepts it as part of who she is. He’s spent his whole life being judge, so he vowed never to judge her when she offered friendship so freely. I also didn’t want to make it a big deal, like it was something to pity her for. Charlie doesn’t speak, but she knows how to be heard.


  1. Congrats to Patricia on her new book!

  2. Congrats to Patricia. Sounds like an amazing Book!

  3. I love the idea of a character who's mute by choice. Very cool stuff. Congrats on the release, Patricia!

  4. Thanks for al your help throughout the series, Christine. Virtual hugs all around. =)

    @Natalie, Alex, Cathrina, and Beer, thank you! I do hope people enjoy the story.

  5. You're welcome, Patricia. It's a fantastic series! :) And thank you to everyone for popping in today. Have a good Monday!

  6. Congrats to Patricia! I loved these books :)

  7. I like the unique situation Patricia creates with her main character. I don't know what her traumatic event was but I had a student in school who never spoke and when her trauma was finally exposed, it turned out to be something so terrible that it made perfect sense that she never spoke.
    Congrats and good luck to Patricia.
    Susan Says

  8. @CLee and Sarah, thanks!

    @Susan, I'm still exploring what happened to Charlie and figuring out the details, but yeah, it's not going to be pretty. Makes me sad for Charlie.


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