Cover Reveal: Glory Revealed

Cover Reveal: Glory Revealed

I am thrilled to unveil the cover art for my new novel, Glory Revealed: Sisters of Lazarus Book Two!

The cover was designed by the amazing David Warren, and features iconic elements from the story, including the veil and the poured out perfume from Mary’s alabastron. The cover art is so beautiful, I couldn’t wait to share it with you, and I am incredibly excited about the release of Glory Revealed. This new novel picks up exactly where Sisters of Lazarus: Beauty Unveiled left off.

grlorezIf you wonder what happened to Mary and Martha, Lazarus, Abel, Michael, Joktan and the rest, well… you’ll just have to read the book!

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Paula K. Parker Headshot

Paula K. Parker Headshot

Paula K. Parker

Author, Playwright

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Sisters of Lazarus Book Cover

Sisters of Lazarus Book Cover

Sisters of Lazarus: Beauty Unveiled

Authentic Media Limited

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Paula on “Bridges”

Paula on “Bridges”

Unlikely-Evangelist-CoverMiddle Tennessee-based author and playwright, Paula K. Parker, recently taped a special, emotion-laden Father’s Day edition of Bridges the flagship talk show on WHTN, the Nashville affiliate of the Christian Television Network. The episode is slated to air Tuesday June 11th at 9:30 AM CST and 8:30 PM CST, and will be streamed online at the station’s website, ctntv.org.

At 5:10 p.m. on Friday, March 1, Paula learned that her father had passed away. He died as he had lived, all alone, in the bar he managed in rural Oklahoma. Paula admits to having had a strained relationship with her father for years, one that had only recently begun to heal.

Paula’s father was not a religious man. The last time he set foot inside a church was the day she got married, more than 38 years before. She doubted there were be more than a handful of people at his funeral. She made the trek from Tennessee to Oklahoma to attend the funeral, not out of any need for closure, but because she didn’t want his passing to go unobserved.

She was stunned to discover the little chapel at the funeral home filled to capacity. She was even more surprised to discover she was something of a celebrity in that tiny community. Her father, who wouldn’t darken the doors of a church, had passed her books of Bible stories around to everyone who came into his bar, with the admonition to read them, pass them around, then bring them back.

Paula wrote the experience down in a short memoir called, An Unlikely Evangelist, and shared it with a few friends, including *Bridges’ host, Monica Schmelter, who immediately invited her to be a guest and tell her story on the show.

Father’s Day is usually thought of as a happy occasion for family gatherings, Monica explained. But not everyone has a great relationship with their dad. It can be a tough day for some people.

Although Paula states she wrote her story down merely as a means of preserving her memory of the event, it was soon evident that it’s impact went far beyond her original intent. With more and more people asking for their own copy, Paula decided to release An Unlikely Evangelist as a Kindle short to coincide with her appearance on Bridges. The story is also available in print form.

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An Unlikely Evangelist Book Cover

An Unlikely Evangelist Book Cover

An Unlikely Evangelist

WordCrafts Press

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