Patrick E. Craig is a lifelong writer and musician. Patrick left a successful music career to concentrate on writing and publishing fiction books. Patrick E. Craig soon became an Amazon Best-Selling author. In 2011, Harvest House Publishers published his Apple Creek Dreams series. In 2015-17 he published The Amish Heiress, The Amish Princess, and The Mennonite Queen, as well as the reprinted Apple Creek Dreams through his own imprint, P&J Publishing. In 2017, Harlequin Publishing purchased The Amish Heiress for their Walmart Amish series.
Patrick and co-author Murray Pura released a World War II novel, Far on the Ringing Plains, Book 1 in The Islands Series in 2020. Book Two, The Scepter and the Isle, was released April 16 of this year.
They also collaborated on two anthologies of Amish stories written with Willard Carpenter, Jerry Eicher, Thomas Nye and Amos Wyse. The Amish Menorah and Other Stories and A Christmas Collection, are published by Elk Lake Publishing.
Patrick has also published two books in his YA mystery series, The Mystery of Ghost Dancer Ranch and The Lost Coast.
He recently released a creative non-fiction memoir about coming of age in the high mountains titled Say Goodbye to the River and his latest, The Gettysburg letter, was released April 1 of this year.
Patrick and his wife Judy live in Idaho. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.
You can contact Patrick via email at Patrick@patrickecraig.com or through his website PatrickECraig.com Patrick can be found on Facebook and MeWe.
Episode 34: Author Chat with Patrick E Craig - Author of The Scepter and the Isle and The Gettysburg Letter (Latest Releases)
June 24th, 2021 | 36 mins 12 secs
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Patrick E Craig is an author of 15 published books, These books have been published through traditional publishing houses, Publishing independently, and under his own publishing brand. Join us as we chat with Patrick about his latest releases and pick up more than a few writing and publishing tips.