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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

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Larose Native Relates Inspirational Story in New Book

Larose Native Relates Inspirational Story in New Book

Larose, LA – Lunaregnum Press has announced the release of Ernestine Triplett’s auto-biographical first book “Story of a Broken Handmaiden.”

The book tells Ernestine’s true story of struggle, hope, and faith, a story of inspiration and wonder set within the communities of southeast Louisiana.

Ernestine’s frank and sometimes shocking scenes give a glimpse into a life that could very well be only a few doors down from many of us. Her battles with temptation, abuse, and hardship will open the reader’s eyes to a reality that is often hidden, a reality that Ernestine hopes can be avoided by the readers of her book.

Michel Verdin, pastor of Pentecostals of South Lafourche, calls Ernestine a “… great woman of faith who through all the tough times of life has always remained focused.”

“Story of a Broken Handmaiden” is available in ebook format at Amazon for the Kindle, and Smashwords for other ereaders such as Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Sony’s eReader, and Apple’s idevices.

Ernestine Triplett is a native of Larose, Louisiana, and resident of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. She is a single Godly mother of two sons and a grandmother of two. Although she suffers from poor vision, this does not prevent her from praying for others, something she loves to do.

For more information about “Story of a Broken Handmaiden,” please visit its page on the Lunaregnum Press website or contact Ernestine Triplett at