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Jeri Parker / A Thousand Voices Featured In Kirkus Reviews

A Thousand Voices - Jeri Parker

With a similar sense of purpose, Parker waited until the time was right to publish her first book. “I seem to want to have a highly refined, thought-through piece,” she says, which is why she went through multiple revisions, considered and decided against working with several traditional publishers, and finally joined with friends to form a publishing company, Winter Beach Press, before sharing her memoir, A Thousand Voices, with the public.

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A Lovely Piece by Jeri Parker

Is it be too late? It’s never too late. Not until you don’t recognize the words on the page. Take the wild horse and go for the long ride through the meadows and timber and yes, the underbrush, and come out of it with the story only you can tell. Take your time getting it right; it takes time. The big thing is get started. What comes back to you will take your breath away. You don’t want to miss any of it.

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A Thousand Voices reviewed in the Deseret News

A Thousand Voices - Jeri Parker

Huge congratulations to Jeri Parker on the fine review in the Deseret News!

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