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Paula K. Parker is a nationally recognized playwright, author, and freelance writer.
She is highly respected in the Christian entertainment industry and is frequently called upon to write about it. She has contributed more than 1000 articles, personality profiles, and CD, book, movie and theatrical reviews to such national publications as Christian Single, Christian Health, Family Fun (Disney), Living with Teenagers, the National Drama Service, ParentLife, Clarity, Release Ink, PB&J, Profile, Bible Express, and HomeLife magazines. She has been a co-contributing writer for Crosswalk.com and the Entertainment page at LifeWay.com. She is the National Christian Entertainment Examiner for Examiner.com and serves as Senior Editor at the online entertainment magazine, BuddyHollywood.com.
An accomplished playwright, Paula has written numerous professionally produced full-length plays, short sketches, and One-Acts. She is best known for her sparkling stage adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice, Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility and Jane Austen's Emma.
Paula provided commentary for the New York Times Best-Selling Bible-zine, Becoming, and was a contributing author to The Young Believer's Case Files with Stephen Arterburn (Tyndale).
She co-authored two novels, YHWH: The Flood, the Fish & the Giant, and YESHUA: The King, The Demon & The Traitor with New York Times Best-Selling author, GP Taylor. She co-wrote Shameless Self-Promotion and Networking with Mike Parker and Torry Martin. Her devotional book, Illuminations showcases the work of artist Tracy H. Sugg.
Her latest biblical novel SISTERS OF LAZARUS; Beauty Unveiled, reached Amazon's Top Ten Best-seller's list for biblical fiction.
When she is not writing, Paula whiles away the hours with her writer/actor husband Mike, visiting with their five grown children, loving on their grandchildren, playing in their gardens, restoring their vintage home, cooking, baking (especially anything chocolatey) and playing the harp.