P.L. Parker

P.L. Parker

Friday, September 2, 2016

Doing the Happy Dance

Just doing the Happy Dance!  My latest manuscript, Breeder Slave, has been accepted for publication by New Concepts Publishing.  This is the sequel to The Chalice and is the story of Leah and Moira, two human females taken by the Chiagan-Se as prospective brides.  

Had a good time writing this though it took me much longer than usual.  Family issues kept me from writing as regularly as I would have liked to do. But end result - the manuscript is finished and accepted!

Looking forward to receiving the cover art and the release date.  I'll keep you updated!

Sunday, August 21, 2016

When "The End" Finally Happens

After three years of writing on my current work in progress, I finally got to say "The End!"  My life these last three years has been in chaos and having the time to write generally came while sitting in my car at noon and eating lunch.  But I have to say, I am filled with a sense of accomplishment that I've come this far.  I hope to submit to my publisher soon and hope the book is accepted. It is a sequel to The Chalice and follows the escapades of Leah and Moira, characters I introduced in the first book.  My tentative title is The Breeder Prince but if another name surfaces which fits the novel better, I am content to change the title.

Look for it soon, I hope.  Meanwhile, take a few minutes to consider The Chalice.

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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Tacoma Little Theater - A Momma's Pride - The Fortune Teller

Those creative genes we possess are hopefully passed to our children in one way or another.  My youngest son Zachary Buker sings opera and right now he and his troupe, Opera Elect, are performing at the Tacoma Little Theater in Tacoma, Washington, through August 7. The operetta was written by one of the performers, Madelein Bowman, and the music written by her sister, another of the performers, Jordan Bowman. I had the distinct pleasure of seeing this operetta at its grand opening in Meridian, Idaho, and I have to tell you, it is funny, wistful, sad, the music amazing, and totally entertaining. 

SPREAD THE WORD! - THE FORTUNE TELLER - Give these kids some support!


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Thursday, June 30, 2016

99 cent deal - Riley's Journey - Book 1 of the Trilogy

Step back through the time portal 40,000 years, to a time when Cro-Magnon and Neanderthals roamed the Earth.  Savage and primitive.  Could you survive?

The Riley's Journey Trilogy 

Book 1 -Riley's Journey - 99 cents on Amazon.

Book 2 - Into the Savage Dawn ($4.99)

Book 3 - Beyond Tomorrow ($4.99)

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Spring Fling Best of the Best Vol. II - Book Bundles are so Fun! Chance to meet 10 authors

The Chalice is part of the Spring Fling Best of the Best Vol. II from New Concepts Publishing.  

This anthology contains books by multiple authors: 

Apocalypse: Chaos Forged by Kaintlyn O'Connor (sci-fi) 

Darkling Seas by Madelaine Montague (paranormal) 

The Chalice by P. L. Parker (sci-fi) 

The Futhark Chronicles One: Keepers of Sulbreth by Susan Gourley (Fantasy) 

Seduction by J. P. Robbs (romantic suspense) 

The Galactic Outlaws: The Outlaw's Prize by Susan Kelley (sci-fi) 

Southern Heat: Goldilocks by Kimberly Zant (erotica) 

Eternity by Marie Morin (paranormal) 

The Rake by Georgeanne Hayes (historical) 

Labyrinth of the Beast by Goldie McBride (Dark fantasy/Erotica) 

Little bit of everything for everyone.


Monday, May 30, 2016

Summer Again - Bring Out the Summer Desserts

In case you missed it the first time, this is one of those summer desserts you won't forget:

Peanut Butter Pie:

1   9" graham cracker crust
1   Cup creamy peanut butter
1   8 ounce package cream cheese (softened)
1/3  cup sugar
1/2  cup milk
12  ounce container of Cool Whip (must be Cool Whip)

Blend peanut butter, cream cheese and sugar in small bowl, electronic mixer at medium.
Gradually beat in milk.
Fold in Cool Whip.
Spoon into pie crust.
Put in freezer until firm, about 3 hours.
Let set about 1 hour before serving.



Sunday, May 1, 2016

Time for a Change - Revised Website

As with everything, sometimes revising and updating a website just needs to happen.  Wasn't easy, the tech world is a confusing and mysterious place for me but I've updated mine with a more modern look and easier to navigate (I hope).  Here's the link


Have a great first of May.