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Patricia A. Saunders, an award-winning self-published author and proud Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. member, has made the San Francisco Bay Area her home for the past three decades after originating from Connecticut. 


Patricia's writing journey, marked by impactful releases, began with "Through the Fire" (2012), exploring emotions and life lessons. She followed with "Loving Me" (2013) and "Let It Rain" (2014), both self-published gems delving into themes of love, grief, self-image, and self-esteem. 


"This Too Shall Pass" (2016), released by AuthorHouse Publishing, earned a stellar five-star rating from readers. Her memoirs, "There is Sunshine After The Rain" (2018) and "Four Seasons Of Love" (2020) further showcase her diverse storytelling. Her seventh book, "Saying Goodbye" (2023), is a poignant memoir dedicated to her late sister, Barbara Williams, who passed away from metastatic lung cancer, which led to liver cancer. 


Patricia A. Saunders continues to inspire and uplift through her compelling words and motivational presence. 

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