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Patty Blount is the author of contemporary “Internet Issues” novels for teens including the 2015 Firecracker Award winning SOME BOYS, which is also a Bookseller’s Best and RITA awards finalist! A new novel, SOMEONE I USED TO KNOW, drops August, 2018. 

She is also the author of contemporary romances.  A MATCH MADE AT CHRISTMAS is book four in the multi-author Christmas in New York series from Tule Publishing Group (November 11, 2014). Patty wrote a sequel called THE PARAMEDIC’S RESCUE, part of the Heroes of New York series. Also dropping in August, 2018 is NOBODY SAID IT’D BE EASY, a second-chance love story featuring the oh-so-sweet widowed father of four, Gabriel. 

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Announcing….2 new books! 

Coming August, 2018

2018 Junior Library Guild Fall Pick 

 

 

2017 Best Book Award Winner

Young Adult Fiction category

2018 YARWA “Athena Award”
Finalist 

 

 

 
      
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It only takes one click


 
     
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One post could end a friendship

        
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Some boys go too far

 
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They’ll risk everything until there’s nothing left to burn

 
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Christmas in New York

 

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From Patty's Blog

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Posted Jan 16 2019

Last year, I began a reader group for fans over on Facebook. It’s a small thing, just a place where I post a scene or two, invite reader participation in naming characters, and chat about books.

It had no name all this time.

I finally settled on the name PATINATION. I love this for a few reasons. First, the play on my first name is fun. Second, the word comes from PATINA, which is a shine or gloss on something. This aligns well with my word of the year, which is SPARK. That word guides my choice of projects to take on, as well as reminds me when I need to step-up my self-care.

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