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Get To Know Author, W. Parks Brigham

W. Parks BrighamW Parks Brigham is a native Houstonian with two adult daughters. She’s spent her adult life teaching small children and loved every minute of it. She is now a retired (Halleluiah) teacher of thirty plus years and loves every minute of that for sure. Her main interest and hobbies includes active participation in her church, listening to her own radio station designed especially for her, playing spider solitaire, working bent and wiggly word search and Sudoku puzzles. She is an avid reader of every genre in the AA Romance category which has prompted her to write and self-publish her own with plus size women as the heroine.
Therefore, it’s her honor and pleasure to invite you into her world of women fiction with a contemporary Christian romance flavor. She has penned twelve of the sweetest tales with plus size women as the heroine, touching your every emotion. Her heroines are beautiful, educated, and sophisticated with high self-esteem. They are not looking for a man to validate their worth…just love them for who they are. Drama, the element of surprise with twists and turns, romance, and love are featured in each story. She considers her AA Romance stories in a class all by themselves with the Christian elements she tries to project in a positive way.

Keep up with all that’s new with Author W. Parks Brigham through her W Parks Brigham Author Page her Website or simply Email her.

 

Why not 1-click her most recent novel,  Two Precious Hearts?  2 precious hearts

Tyrone Marshall had worked hard and made numerous sacrifices to reach his goal at a young age. He was on the rise of fulfilling his entrepreneur dream. The blueprint had been designed and ready to be put into action, when all hell breaks loose and turns his life upside down…

 

Ex-Army Drill Sergeant, Eunice Joi James has put others before herself since she was ten years old, including serving her country. Finally love walks into her lonely life. Yes, a wolf in sheep’s clothing. She throws her hands up and calls it quits. Now, with physical scars and a broken heart, she retires after twenty years of service.

With the weight of life’s past misfortunes, can two precious hearts release old baggage and embrace the second chance before them?

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