Early training in music and theater led Paula K. Parker to a life-long love for the arts. This passion eventually brought her to Nashville, TN, where she - along with her writer husband, Mike - helped establish local community theaters, Carpenter's Playhouse, LampLighter's Theatre and Springhouse Theatre Company.
Paula co-authored YHWH: The Flood, The Fish & The Giant and YESHUA: The King, The Demon & The Traitor with New York Times Best-selling novelist, GP Taylor, and her most recent novel, Sisters of Lazarus: Beauty Unveiled cracked Amazon.com's Top Ten in the Biblical Fiction category.
As an accomplished playwright, Paula has written numerous short sketches, One-Acts and full-length plays. She is best known for The Sam Jones Story, a historical play commissioned by Nashville's Summer Lights Foundation. She has adapted several classic works for the stage, including her smash hit adaptations of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility and Jane Austen's EMMA. Her original stage play, Bloodlines was recently optioned for a feature film.
To learn more about Paula K. Parker visit her online at www.paulakparker.com.