Patricia Grames Pollock was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, but she spent most of her life in southern New Jersey before moving to Tennessee in 1993. She currently lives in a log home in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains with her husband, Chuck, a retired Delta Airlines employee, and their dogs.
Patricia’s first book, a historical novel titled Royal Savage, was published in 1980, written under the pseudonym Selwyn Anne Grames, and was a NY Times best seller. She has also had several articles on various subjects published by newspapers such as the New York Times and is currently a special features writer for the Daily Times in Maryville, Tennessee.
When she is not writing, Patricia is a local volunteer working with therapy dogs. She has a special interest in wolves, calling herself a “self-confessed wolf freak.” She is also an avid hockey fan and is proud of the hockey stories she has covered for the Maryville Daily Times.