About Patti Davis

Author Patti Davis

Patti Davis is an author who, after 8 conventionally published books, chose to self-publish through Amazon’s CreateSpace and KDP.  Her first self-published novel is Till Human Voices Wake Us, a story of unexpected love between two sisters-in-law. It was reviewed well in People magazine, in InieReader, and by Amazon readers. Her second novel is The Blue Hour, a YAF ghost story that also will appeal to adults. Patti Davis is also a journalist and screenwriter.

14 Responses to About Patti Davis

  1. alex m. banias says:

    You are such a beautiful woman! I just wanted to say that I am a conservative and a big fan of your father’s. However, I wanted to thank you for writing “I Wish You Peace” with Bernie Leadon. I just finished listening to it, and it is truly a lovely tune. Thank you and Wishing You Peace, Health and Happiness Always!

  2. Jane May says:

    Dear Patti, yes, it was a time that was magical, the sixtie’s and 70’s. As for the present I didn’t know you were involved in so many animal groups. I really admire that, I didn’t know such cruel practices were still going on, please keep posting it.

  3. My family and I loved and admired your mom and late father so much. Our deepest condolences to you and the rest of your family. I am proud to have served in the military under Ronald Reagan and witnessed your mom behind him all the way….a Great Woman. As I wipe away tears, I can see them reunited again, dancing in heaven.

    Respectfully Yours,

    The Bacon Family

  4. Patti,
    Courage and fortitude are in the Davis-Reagan gene makeup you embody. You are a blessing to many, many you will never meet! Condolensces on your loss. Mom’s are great and mine is 92 and well and from your mothers era. JMO that era will never be again!
    Richard

  5. Rob Keiser says:

    Very moving eulogy. Beautifully done.

  6. Bill Kleines says:

    Hi Patti,
    Your beautiful eulogy today for your mom touched my heart of hearts.
    I am also grateful for your inspiring book “Angels Don’t Die”.
    Ever since my high school years in the late 1960’s living near Berkeley,CA I dearly loved your dad. I greatly admired all his beautiful spiritual qualities especially the way he loved your mom. His example helped me be a good man and a good husband. I have been a Christian Science Practitioner for the past 30 years. One of my first patients wrote the following poem in memory of her twin sister who had passed when they were 93 years:
    “Just around the corner
    A little out of sight,
    Your loved one walks ahead of you
    Into Eternal Light.
    Just around the corner
    She sees a brighter view
    And many of her loved ones
    At last can see her too.
    Although your work is not finished here
    You know God hears your prayer
    That someday ’round that corner
    You’ll find her standing there.”

    I’m grateful to you and your entire family for being such an inspiration to me, and to my family.
    Lots of love,
    Bill

  7. Cyndy Atkins says:

    May you and your brother Ron find peace and serenity during this time of loss. Both of you are an inspiration to so many of us that are your age.

  8. Richard Kellogg says:

    The eulogy for your mother was poetic, elegant, and timeless. You had wonderful parents and it is a great blessing that you achieved such closeness with them before their passing. You are a superb writer and have many “miles to go before you sleep.” Keep up the good work.

  9. Henry Vinson says:

    This superbly written book is a must read. I enjoyed every page of The Earth Breaks In Colors.

  10. With the passing of your mother and your touching eulogy, I wanted to offer you some insights about the beautiful worlds beyond this one. I wrote about this is my book, A Second in Eternity. And may you continue to enlighten the world, Patti!

    http://garywimmer.com/writer/eternity.htm

  11. Jeff Kahn says:

    Hi Patti,
    Thank you for such an inspiring eulogy of your mom yesterday.
    I am encouraging my friends to listen to your talk.
    Sharing your thoughts and baring your soul in public must be very daunting.
    I wish you much privacy as you desire.
    Keep up your very special grace, courage, and beautiful wisdom. Your voice will be heard and cherished on the other side and this side.
    Stay great!!
    Jeff

  12. Beth Pearson says:

    Patti – I am sorry for the loss you are dealing with at this time, Nancy portrayed a very strong, but kind personality. Watching the service, and other news reports, reminded me that your family has also suffered from the dreadful Alzheimer’s disease. Our family is facing that now, with my mother at the stage that she does not know me anymore. I am thankful she still knows my Dad, and that she knows her Jesus. I believe that she, like President Reagan has been, will be healed one day. May God bless you as you go ahead in your life.

  13. Richard Higgins says:

    Hi Patti! Your old friend from Chicago! Time goes on sorry for your lost of your mom! You may not remember me its been many years! Thought I send you and family a note! I hope remain writing your mom was part of history we can remember! Patti we all lost so many friends I only wish you best in future! You were so nice to me I remember Peace love from a old friend!

  14. Richard Kellogg says:

    Thanks to your courageous stand, it appears that Will Ferrell and the Hollywood moguls are now rethinking the comedy film which mocks your father’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. It is not a coincidence that news of the movie was released so soon after your mother’s passing. Kudos to you and to your brother for reacting with such compassion and empathy for those families dealing with this problem in their daily lives.

    I was honored to have a short story titled “Uncle Bob’s Browning” published in the new anthology “All American Sports Stories.” In my memoir about deer hunting, the point is made that children continue to love and respect their elderly relatives even after they have been diagnosed with dementia and related neurological disorders.

    Finding a cure for Alzheimer’s is one of the great challenges of this generation. Your work toward this goal is truly an inspiration. Thank you for those efforts and best wishes for success with all of your future writing and speaking projects. You are making a difference.

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