Cost Of Truth

Author: Julie K. Parrott



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About the Book

Donna had all she wanted. She was a much loved daughter, sister, friend and devout catholic who chose to serve as a nun. Three years in the convent led Donna to a career in nursing. . A marriage and five children followed; a perfect family life for thirteen years. But, it ended with the truth she was gay. In Donna’s words, “I could have continued to live a comfortable life and never faced the truth. But the truth mattered to me. I could not remain silent. I had to deal with what it meant; pain and heartbreak.” Today Donna proudly welcomes her sexuality, has found a friend in the man she married and peace with her faith. With a loving partner and her children by her side she celebrates life and is optimistically positive as she takes on another challenge; a battle with metastatic bone cancer.

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Pages: 228
Genre: Fiction
Tags: #fiction, #costoftruth


About the Author

Julie K Parrott In 1988 Julie was recognized in the Women’s Register for her contribution to the Northern Territory community and in 2000 was awarded the Australian Sports Medal. As a mother to three daughters, Julie spent most of her adult life in the Northern Territory of Australia, playing and coaching tennis and taking an active role in the delivery of public policy. In 2011, Julie, along with her partner, and beloved pets moved to Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Quickly changing her written style from formal government speak to creative, she now spends her time penning anecdotes, travelling and sharing her life with her partner, daughters, six grandchildren and good friends. Julie remains committed to helping people put into words the stories they have to tell, believing it is the honest battlers from the suburbs who have some of the most sensitive, interesting and fascinating tales to share. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Julie moved to the Northern Territory in 1970. As a mother to three daughters, she spent most of her adult life in Darwin, playing and coaching tennis and taking an active role in the delivery of public policy. In 1988, Julie was recognized in the Women’s Register for her contribution to sport in the Northern Territory community and in 2000 she was awarded the Australian Sports Medal. In 2004 Julie was admitted as an Associate Fellow to the Australian Institute of Management; in 2006 awarded the Administrator’s Sporting Role Model Medal; and in 2011 the Chief Minister’s Medal for her service to the public sector. In mid-2011, Julie, along with her partner, and beloved pets moved to Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Changing her written style from formal government speak to creative, she now spends her time penning anecdotes, travelling and sharing her life with her partner, daughters, six grandchildren and good friends. Whilst Julie often pens rhymes or musings she also remains committed to helping people put into words the stories they have to tell, believing it is the honest battlers from the suburbs who have some of the most sensitive, interesting and fascinating tales to share.



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