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Author's details

Name: D. Perdue Henderson
Date registered: November 5, 2011
URL: http://www.dperduehenderson.com

Biography

After 20 years of working as an assistant director and stage manager of multiple stage productions and dance concerts, and partaking in music, voice, and art, it was only logical that D. Perdue Henderson would become a novelist too. Her interest in character development and Why People Do What They Do, piqued her interest in psychology and sociology. After taking classes in these fields, and plenty of research, it gave her the perspective she needed to write about the more difficult subjects like abduction and depression, but in a way that is sensitive, yet entertaining. Every story captivates! You will think about the subject long after you finish reading one of her books. Her first novel Branded (CreateSpace, 2010) is a good example. It is a suspense thriller about a kidnapped child and lost innocence. A disturbing subject for some, but it is written in a way young adults can identify. Her second novel Hayden Heyer and the Twin Guardians (Twin Guardian Publishing, 2012) is the opposite – a fantasy romance with Christian themes. It introduces the reader to the basics of Christianity in a way non-Christians can appreciate, by putting it in perspective with the contrary and adding cute characters.

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Author's posts listings

Apr 18 2011

An Amazon Reader Review

An Amazon Reader Review     

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Apr 15 2011

Branded Review

Judith B  Fantastic book, great read from first word to last. I highly suggest purchasing, reading and spread the word. If this only took 1 month to write, I can’t wait for the next book. I GIVE BRANDED ***** STARS

Permanent link to this article: http://www.dperduehenderson.com/branded-review/

Apr 14 2011

Cat’s Poem

Here is a poem that Cat wrote when she first arrived on the Ranch.  (A Branded Character) He owns me now, I have no say. I do what he says without question, I have no choice.I have to trust him, to take care of me and protect me. Until, I am free from the monster that holds …

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Apr 11 2011

Children Missing Today

Here is a few links regarding missing people. Missing Today Safely-Recovered usamissing.com If you have any information regarding a missing persons case contact your local law enforcement agency or the F.B.I., or call the NCMEC tip line: 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)

Permanent link to this article: http://www.dperduehenderson.com/children-missing-today/

Apr 10 2011

First Review of Branded

I received my first written review via Facebook. Here is a copy of the facebook documentation she sent to me on April 9, 2011 after finishing the book and in response to my question about this being my ministry. Judith B READ YOUR BOOK, FROM 1ST TO LAST WORD, TOTALLY FANTASTIC. I STRONGLY SUGGEST ALL THAT …

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Apr 06 2011

Is this my ministry and my future?

I received a call this morning from my pastor, Father Mark. He is a very special person, upbeat, positive, and very inspirational. Someone you want as a friend, not just a pastor. He called to tell me he is thrilled to hear that my book is available and plans on buying a copy to help …

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Apr 06 2011

Writer’s Lament

Cat has become a huge part of my world these last 5 months. So much so, that I feel her absence now that the book Branded is published. I guess this is what they call Writer’s Lament or Writer’s Remorse. Now that the writing is done, there is a big emptiness in my heart that …

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