Patricia Komar holds university degrees from Switzerland, New York, and British Columbia in the arts, writing, and psychology. She writes feature articles for North American publications and is also the author of the Ghost in the Hollows. She lives in the Paciﬁc Northwest with her husband and their two dogs where she spends her time exploring forests, kayaking, swimming, and dancing.
Flames danced above embers, glowing a bright reddish-orange. They illuminated the darkness and kept the chill of the dense forest at bay.The cracking of the fire was the only sound. The Hollow Hills Exploreres sat close to the fire on logs cut from 1890s forest.Their adventure had been successfulBuy Now
iUniverse (134 pp.)
$11.95 paperback, $3.99 e-book
November 21, 2011
Workplace bullying may take a fatal turn when someone tampers with a tormented co-worker’s automobile in Komar’s(The Ghost in the Hollows, 2014) thriller.Speeding down the road, Dawn MacGregor suddenly realizes that her brakes are useless and winds up somersaulting hersports car.
Faith, whose parents have just divorced, is happy to be rid of the bullies that tormented her at her former school and begin a new chapter in her life. As she eases herself into a routine, Faith is soon recruited into the Hollow Hills Explorers club by her new friends, Dalton, Finn, and Oliver, who tell her their mission is to explore the unknown.Buy Now
Poetic Expression Written by Evelyn Chapman Daniel. The collection of writings in this book has been put together for you, the reader, that you might see, share, and enjoy as you walk along the path in “God’s Garden.”Buy Now
Kellie is off on another visit to Grandma’s where something magical always happens. Grandma tells Kellie the story of the dancing garden where flowers, trees and ferns dance as though they are at one of the grandest balls ever and it happens right in Grandma’s back yard but Kellie sees not a single sway, leap nor curtsey.Buy Now
Thirteen -year-old Faith Clancy knows there’s something mysterious happening at Hollow Hills Middle School. Faith shares with the reader writings in her diary as she begins her eighth grade year at a new school. Read her writings about how she takes on bullies and soon discovers the true meaning of trust, friendship, and believing in herself.Buy Now