In recent years, a new type of writing has emerged that combines elements of reportage, research and memoirs. This style of writing has been exemplified by books such as The Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom and My Autobiography by Carson McCullers by Jenn Shapland.
Parks' bookis a wonderful addition to this genre. Growing up, Parks didn't know anyone who looked like her and was a successful writer.
They only appeared in the books she read and the series she watched. But when she returned to her hometown of DeRidder, Louisiana after her first year at university, she found solace in her award-winning memoirs. Parks currently resides in West Monroe, Louisiana. In her new book focused on Marilyn Monroe, The Enchanters, Parks captures the reader's attention with a kind of enchantment. The story follows the journey of a young woman who is determined to make her mark in the world of literature.
Through her struggles and triumphs, Parks paints a vivid picture of the power of resilience and perseverance. For those interested in learning more about the people who have studied at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, there is an extensive list available on the University's website. Additionally, crime books have been popular in the area for some time now, from Chandler, Hughes, Mosley and Ellroy to Steph Cha and Ivy Pochoda, with some by Helter Skelter in between. The Enchanters is an inspiring story that will leave readers feeling empowered and motivated to pursue their dreams. It is a must-read for anyone looking for an uplifting tale about overcoming adversity and achieving success.