Donna Parker was born in the rural Missouri Ozarks during an ice storm.  Despite some circumstantial evidence to the contrary, she did not grow up in the 1800s.  The most important things in her life are her Christianity and her family.  She loves books, both reading and writing them; old things and their histories; and music, especially Celtic and bluegrass fiddle music.  She and her husband of over three decades have two adult sons.

    Donna (D. H.) Parker, has six books in print and another being considered by a publisher.


3 Responses to About

  1. Tammy Snyder says:

    Wilburta Arrowood referred me to you! I am happy to meet you! I also live in the Ozarks but, in Arkansas.
    I have a site called Christian Women’s Digest. I am looking for women who worship with the church of Christ to share their websites and book information.

    If you are and would be interested, please feel free to contact me at cwdigest@yahoo.com
    The site address is http://cwdigest.net

    God Bless,
    Tammy Snyder

  2. Danna Cofer says:

    I enjoyed your site. I am passing it on to my sister in law who writes. I especially liked your pictures of the Ozarks. Looks like places around here. Neal did a good job on the photos. Who would have ever thought 40 years ago he and I both would have connections with the Ozarks? I don’t think I had ever heard of them til I came to Harding.

  3. dhparker says:

    Thanks for looking at it, Danna. And I never in my wildest dreams imagined I would spend MUCH more of my life in Alabama than I did in Missouri. 🙂 Neal is an excellent photographer. I’ll pass on your compliment.

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