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Published:May 31st, 2012 10:52 EST
Judyth Piazza interviews Cherokee Parks, Author of If Hope Is the Question ...

Judyth Piazza interviews Cherokee Parks, Author of If Hope Is the Question ...

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

If Hope Is the Question ...

Somewhere in Texas- In a departure from his normal Western novels, Cherokee Parks, has created three short stories based on real life occurrences of people across the US. Taken from unwritten oral histories, he provides us with a glimpse into how these people coped with adversity, and made the changes necessary to survive and succeed as individuals, and as communities.

"In Life`s Lessons Learned Last", he shows that using sound business practices learned from an older generation are still valid and deserve to be passed on. "The Old Man" and "The Kid" is a study in believing in the people, using resources to save a dying community, and passing on that attitude to the next generation. The Whistler " covers the desire of some to remain low key, until they are called to do more by stepping up when they are needed, and knowing when to step back again.

About the Author

Little is known about this reclusive Texas writer. What is known is that he spins an excellent story, that he is a cowboy who still believes in, and lives by, the Code of the West, and that he has traveled the West extensively. Beyond that, he remains a mystery. Look for other stories by this very talented Western author such as Hard Ride to Cora, Jake Laughlin`s Second Bath in the Same Year and Buck Grayson  South Texas Freighter as well as many more upcoming releases. (Cherokee Parks is a member of Western Writers of America)

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