Broken Pieces by Judith B. Pinkard

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Broken Pieces by Judith B Pinkard, Author
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Genre – Fiction, Saga; Fiction-Family Saga
Page Count – 106 pages
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Publishing Company – TouchPoint Press –
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When tranquility shatters, broken pieces are all that remain.

On a cold, snowy night, Helen and Ernest leave the hospital deliriously happy with their new baby girl. But when the weather turns ominous, their exhilaration is shattered. In the stillness after the storm, the family has one mission: to repair their broken pieces.

Broken Pieces is a biographical novel based on real life events.


Judith Pinkard has always loved a good story. As a child, Judith loved that books provided an escape travel to distant lands…and a different life.  Over the years, her love of reading transformed to writing, and Judith knew she had a story to tell. Broken Pieces is her first novel.

Judith still loves to read, and she garners inspiration from the miraculous beauties of life: people, nature, animals. She is passionate about helping others, and she hopes that her stories will provide inspiration.  

Judith is a true southerner who loves to cook and spend time with her family. With 2 children, 2 bonus children from marriage, 9 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren, Judith considers herself immensely blessed. She lives in Kosciusko, Mississippi with her husband Bobby.

People that know Judith would say that she has an unwavering passion for her Creator, her family and her friends. When asked about the creative process of writing, Judith says that it is thrilling to have her thoughts come to life on an empty page.


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  1. Angela Hayes
    Angela Hayes says:

    Inspirational! I wasn’t sure if I would ‘like’ this book when I picked it up, I thought it would be far too sad and depressing- and don’t get me wrong, there are parts of the story that ARE very sad, and quite depressing- but it was the thread of faith and hope that really ‘lifts’ this story- giving it a redeeming and inspirational quality.


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